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Studies on the wettability of wood. V. The heat of wetting of wood in water (1)



Studies on the wettability of wood. V. The heat of wetting of wood in water (1)



Scientific Reports of the Kyoto Prefectural University Agriculture (22): 76-80



The heat of wetting (a measure of the wettability of wood) was studied in samples of Chamaecyparis obtusa. For heartwood of this species, the heat of wetting at zero m.c. was 18.3 cal/g, the differential heat of wetting at zero m.c. was 271.38 cal/g of water, and the internal surface area value obtained from the data for the integral heat of wetting was 2.35 X 106 cm2/g of wood (a value in good agreement with values recorded in the literature).

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