Phenol-Formaldehyde Resins (a.k.a. PF, Phenolic resins) are synthetic polymers of phenol and formaldehyde. They were the first commercialized synthetic plastics. They are still very important industrial polymers and their most common application is in adhesives for bonding wood products, especially those desired for exterior plywood. It has great moisture resistance, low cost and good thermal and flame resistance.
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