particleboard

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par·ti·cle·board

or particle board  (pär′tĭ-kəl-bôrd′)
n.
A structural material made of wood fragments, such as chips or shavings, that are mechanically pressed into sheet form and bonded together with resin.
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Prefabricated screed of wood chipboard on leveling compound made of expanded glass granulate.
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5 shows the values of the longitudinal sound wave attenuation coefficient after analysing acoustic properties of wood chipboard and gypsum cardboard.
8, used in the experiment, shows that in the case of a medium high sound, the structure composed of dovetail glass plastic board, rockwool (100 mm) and wood chipboard (2 x 10 mm) has better acoustic properties.
For a number of major commodity positions experienced a significant increase in physical volumes of supplies, including butter (over 34%), wood chipboards 82%, trucks by more than 10%.