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Weight, Volume, and Moisture Content of Sawdust from Selected Southern SpeciesAuthor(s): W. S. Thompson; W. N. Darwin
Source: Forest Products Journal September p. 96.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionA study of the weight-volume relationships and moisture contents of sawdust from important hardwoods of the Mississippi River bottom lands was recently made by Mississippi State University in cooperation with the Southern Forest Experiment Station. (Sawdust presently is used to a limited extent in the manufacture of wood pulp, and a rise in consumption by this and other segments of the fiber industry is anticipated as technical problems are solved.)
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CitationThompson, W. S.; Darwin, W. N. 1968. Weight, Volume, and Moisture Content of Sawdust from Selected Southern Species. Forest Products Journal September p. 96.
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