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Hassan, E.M., F. Yu, L.L. Ingram Jr., P.H. Steele. 2009. The potential use of whole-tree biomass for bio-oil fuels. Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects 31(20):1829-1839. Download
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Hassan, E.M., M.G. Kim, H. Wan. 2009. Phenol-formaldehyde type resins made from phenol liquefied wood for bonding of particle board. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 112(3):1436-1143. Download
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Hassan, E.M., P.H. Steele, L.L. Ingram Jr. 2009. Characterization of fast pyrolysis bio-oils produced from pretreated pine wood. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 154:182-192. Download
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Hatten, N.R., H. Borazjani, S.V. Diehl, M.L. Prewitt. 2009. Effects of composting on removal of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium from sawdust amended with chicken litter. Compost Science and Utilization 17(3):166-172.
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Holly, C., G. Ervin, C.R. Jackson, S.V. Diehl, G.T. Kirker. 2009. Effect of an invasive grass on ambient rates of decompostion and microbial community structure: A search for causality. Biological Invasions Download
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Irby, N.E., T.L. Amburgey, S.C. Kitchens. 2009. Anti-sapstain biocides for fresh southern hardwood logs when delays occur between felling and water-spray storage. American Wood Protection Association 105:302-305.
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Jones, P.D. 2009. Marketing your timber: Forest products. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 1777. 4 pp. Download
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Lee, S., S.Q. Shi, H.M. Barnes. 2009. Multifunctional nanoparticles at the hydrophilic and hydrophobic interface. Pages 173-181 in C. Hse, Z. Jiang, M.Kuo, editors, Advanced Biomass Science and Technology for Bio-Based Products. Chinese Academy of Forestry and USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station. Beijing, China. May 23-25, 2007. Download
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Li, G., D.D. Nicholas, T.P. Schultz. 2009. Measurement of wood decay by dynamic MOE in an accelerated soil contact test. International Research Group on Wood Protection, IRG/WP 08-20390. 8 pp. Download
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Liang, K., A. Mao, S.Q. Shi. 2009. Incorporation of nanoparticles into soy-based polyurethane foam. Proceedings, Nanotech Conference and Expo 2009: An Interdisciplinary Integrative Forum on Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, and Microtechnology 2:290-293.
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Liang, K., S.Q. Shi. 2009. Soy-based polyurethane foam reinforced with carbon nanotubes. Key Engineering Materials 419-420:477-480. Download
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Little, N., H. Borazjani, S.V. Diehl. 2009. Evaluation of a new biobased oil absorbent. Paper B-39 in G.B. Wickramanayake and H.V. Rectanus (Chairs), In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation—2009. Tenth International In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation Symposium (Baltimore, MD; May 5-8, 2009). Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, OH.
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McConnell, E., R. Shmulsky. 2009. Hurricane Katrina’s effects on Mississippi’s lumber manufacturers. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advances 12(4):4 pp. Download
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McConnell, T.E., S.Q. Shi, R. Shmulsky. 2009. Technical note: A preliminary study on the bending stiffness of chemically treated wood material for structural composite lumber. Wood and Fiber Science 41(3):322-324.
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Monticello, R.A., S.C. Kitchens, T.L. Amburgey. 2009. A commercial, registered and durable antimicrobial available for use on wood and wood products. In Proceedings, Third International Coating Wood and Wood Composites Conference: Durable and Sustainable-Today and Beyond.
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