The work of the Wood Technology Institute YEAR XLIII - ISSUE 3/4 (159/160) 1999

Out-of-print edition. Available in ITD’s reading room.

ISSN 0032-6240

 

 

Jadwiga Zabielska-Matejuk: 
SYNTHESIS AND FUNGICIDAL PROPERTIES OF QUATERNARY IMIDAZOLIUM SALTS WITH ALKOXYMETHYL SUBSTITUENT
CONTENTS
1. Review of literature 3
    1.1. Degradation and depreciation of wood by fungi 3
    1.2. Quaternary ammonium salts in wood preservation 10
2. Aim, methodological assumptions and scope of the research 15
3. Test methods 16
    3.1. Manner of synthesis performance 16
    3.2. Purification, identification and analysis of products 17
          3.2.1. Analysis of intermediates and by-products 17
          3.2.2. Purification, identification and analysis of imidazolium chlorides 18
    3.3. Fungicidal properties 19
          3.3.1. Mycological test methods  19
          3.3.2. Selection of wood species and test fungi 22
          3.3.3. Keeping quaternary imidazolium salts in wood 23
          3.3.4. Microscopic observations 23
4. Dicussion of the results  24
    4.1. Synthesis and analysis of the intermediates and final products 24
    4.2. Identifiation of quaternary imidazolium chlorides 27
    4.3. Structure versus biological activity of quaternary imidazolium salts against wood 
          decaying fungi (Basidiomycotina Ascomycotina)
29
    4.4. Biological activity of quaternary imidazolium salts against  fungi causing staining 
          and moulding of wood (Deuteromycotina)
51
    4.5. The quantitative relations between the surface properties and biological activity 
          of quaternary imidazolium salts 
52
    4.6. Microscopic observations 55
5. Summary 62
6. Literature   71