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The natural durability of larch wood is described as being highly variable, ranging from non-durable to durable. In this study, FT-NIR spectroscopy was investigated for its ability to predict the natural durability of commercially available larch wood. Samples originated from approximately 60...
Birch and pine wood specimens were colonized by individual isolates of 12 brown-rot, 26 white-rot, six soft-rot and four blue (sap)-stain fungi. Homogenized wood was subsequently extracted in 75% ethyl acetate and centrifuged. The filtered extracts were analyzed for their iron-reducing...
Cell wall modifications in vessels and fibres of wound wood of Populus tremula L.× P. tremuloides Michx. formed after mechanical wounding have been examined by light microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, and UV microspectrophotometry (in scanning and point measurement mode), mainly...
Brown rotted Scots pine ( Pinus sylvestris ) sapwood was studied using scanning UV microspectrophotometry. Wood blocks were exposed to the fungus Coniophora puteana (Schum.: Fr.) Karst. (BAM Ebw.15) for 6, 8, 10, 30, and 50 days. No wood weight loss was detected in the initial decay periods. On...
In situ imaging nanoindentation was used to characterize the mechanical properties of pure paint films on eight types of plywood-based flooring with different wear resistance. Correlation between the mechanical properties of paint films and the wear resistance of wood-based floorings was...
The residual wood meal left after extraction of milled wood lignin (MWL) was extracted with lithium chloride/ N , N -dimethylacetamide, which is a well-known cellulose solvent, to afford a soluble fraction (cellulose-lignin fraction; CL) in 36.7% yield. The UV elution curve of CL acetate has the...
The topochemical distribution of phenolic deposits in the vessels of afzelia ( Afzelia spp.) and merbau ( Intsia spp.) heartwood was investigated by means of cellular UV microspectrophotometry (UMSP) to characterise the chemical composition and synthesis by pit membrane-associated enzymes. UV...
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