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The hygroscopicity of wood at temperatures below 0 deg C. 2. The condition of the hygroscopic moisture and the equilibrium moisture content



The hygroscopicity of wood at temperatures below 0 deg C. 2. The condition of the hygroscopic moisture and the equilibrium moisture content



Holztechnologie 19(3): 147-151



A thermodynamic analysis of the condition of hygroscopic moisture in wood at temperatures below 0 deg C enabled the relation between wood m.c. and actual crystallization temp. and also the supercooling of hygroscopic moisture to be determined.

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