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The effect of certain anatomical differences on the impregnation of Norway Spruce wood from medium-altitude mountains and the coast

The effect of certain anatomical differences on the impregnation of Norway Spruce wood from medium-altitude mountains and the coast

Holzforsch. u. Holzverwert., Wien 16(4): 61-6

In continued work on impregnation with creosote, anatomical investigations were made to explain why impregnation of wood from the Erzgebirge (1) was better than that of wood from near the Mecklenburg coast (2). The chief reasons were found to be that the tracheids of (1) were 27% longer and had 31% more pits than those of (2).

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