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Swelling anisotropy of wood in organic liquids II. Transverse swelling behaviour of buna revealed by the replica method


, : Swelling anisotropy of wood in organic liquids II. Transverse swelling behaviour of buna revealed by the replica method. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 35(8): 689-695

Transverse swelling and its anisotropy in water and 4 organic liquids were studied in wood of buna (Fagus crenata) and, to a limited extent, mizunara (Quercus mongolica var. grosseserrata , using a technique that duplicates transverse and tangential surfaces of wood on a plastic film (0.1-mm thick polyethylene) softened by heat. Broad rays swelled more tangentially than wood as a whole.


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