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Wettability of wood. VII. Heat of wetting of wood in water. (2)



Wettability of wood. VII. Heat of wetting of wood in water. (2)



Hyoto Furitsu Daigaku Gakujitsu Hokoku, Nogaku (23): 100-104



Heat of wetting (HW) varied with wood species, wood constituents and composition (holocellulose, lignin, etc.), and type of wood (sapwood, heartwood, early wood, late wood). HW of woods rich in extracts (e.g. Teak) was relatively low. HW of sapwood slightly exceeded that of heartwood; early and late wood were similar in HW.

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