The article "Effects of Wheat Protein as a Biological Binder in the Manufacture of Particleboards Using a Mixture of Canola, Hemp, Bagasse, and Commercial Wood" by Neda Nikvash, Alireza Kharazipour, and Markus Euring, Forest Products Journal 62(1):49-57, contained instances of missing or incorrect information.
What does FPJ stand for?
FPJ stands for Forest Products Journal
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- Fixed-Price Incentive Contract, Value Engineering (Contract)
- Family Policy Institute of Washington
- Federação Portuguesa de Judo (Portuguese: Portuguese Judo Federation; martial arts)
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- Foreign Policy Journal
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- Fédération des Professions Juridiques du Canada
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- Freedom, Peace, and Justice Movement (political group; Philippines)
- Four Party Joint Military Commission
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Research published by Cooper and colleagues in the February 2001 issue of the Forest Products Journal demonstrates that certain deck-brightening washes both leach metals from CCA-treated wood and oxidize the trivalent chromium back into the hexavalent form.
He currently serves as one of the Editors for the Forest Products Journal.
All sponsors will be recognized in the Forest Products Journal upon conclusion of the Convention.
As an editor, I'm eager to hear the thoughts and opinions of Forest Products Journal readers.
In an effort to enable the Forest Products Journal to provide more value to readers and authors, this month's feature article, by Pablo Crespell and Eric Hansen, was subjected to the Journals standard peer-review process.
Editor's Note: In order to encourage dialogue, clarify misunderstanding, or correct misinformation for the benefit of all readers, Forest Products Journal encourages readers to submit letters that address such concerns.