Sylvic

Syl´vic


a.1.(Chem.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, pine or its products; specifically, designating an acid called also abeitic acid, which is the chief ingredient of common resin (obtained from Pinus sylvestris, and other species).
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MOR MOE Resin MOR increase MOE increase Material (%) (MPa) (%) (MPa) (%) Natural wood 0 40.1 3,425 Vintorg with resin 10 45.9 14 5,260 53 Rubinate 1780 (PMDI, 20 52.8 32 5,920 73 diphenylmethane-4,4'- 30 59.8 49 6,590 92 diissosyanate) Vintorg with resin 10 45.3 13 5,510 61 Sylvic 20 50.7 26 5,615 64 M550 (melamine 30 56.1 40 5,720 67 formaldehyde) Hardness Hardness increase Material (MPa) (%) Natural wood 11.4 Vintorg with resin 24.6 116 Rubinate 1780 (PMDI, 27.2 139 diphenylmethane-4,4'- 29.8 161 diissosyanate) Vintorg with resin 22.1 94 Sylvic 23.7 108 M550 (melamine 25.3 122 formaldehyde) Table 3.--MW power for MW plant outputs of land 5 [m.sup.3]lh working two and three shifts per day at a frequency of 2.45 or 0.922 GHz.
(1.) Sylvic Daubresse, Le parlement de Paris ou La voix de la raison (1559-1589) (Geneva, 2005).