Deutsch: Sperrholz, French - bois contre-plaqué, Spanish - madera contrachapada
The term plywood refers to a type of structural material that is composed of multiple layers (or plies) of wood veneer that are stuck together in such a way as to ensure that the wood grain of the adjoining layers are at right angles to each other, thus making the resulting material stronger and more resistant to warping or other deformities.
Petroleum distillates, also called hydrocarbons or petrochemicals, refer to a broad range of compounds which are extracted by distillation during the refining of crude oil. During the fractional distillation of petroleum, crude oil is heated to allow various compounds to turn from liquid into gas and then captured as they rise, cool, and condense.
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