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Chemical potential as a driving force for nonisothermal moisture movement in wood


, : Chemical potential as a driving force for nonisothermal moisture movement in wood. Wood Science and Technology 17(2): 101-105

An equation is derived to describe transverse nonisothermal moisture movement in wood, based upon a gradient of chemical potential.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00369127

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