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Effect of moisture content on electric resistivity of wood charcoal


Effect of moisture content on electric resistivity of wood charcoal



Bulletin of Nara University of Education, Natural Science 51(2): 55-59



Sugi (Japanese cedar, Cryptomeria japonica) wood block was carbonized at 500-1000 degrees C to investigate the relationship between treatment temperatures and the electric resistivity, and its effect on the moisture content of wood charcoal. The electric resistivity of wood charcoal was measured in the room condition after conditioned under 50 and 90% RHs at 25 degrees C for 1 week.

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