Potential of near infrared spectroscopy to assess hot-water-soluble extractive content and decay resistance of a tropical hardwood

@article{Taylor2007Potential,
  title={
 Potential of near infrared spectroscopy to assess hot-water-soluble extractive content and decay resistance
 of a tropical hardwood
},
  author={Adam M Taylor and Camille M. Freitag and Etienne Cadot and Jeffrey J Morrell},
  journal={Holz als Roh- und Werkstoff},
  year={2007},
  volume={66},
  pages={107-111}
}
AbstractThe ability to identify both low- and high-durability samples in a population of naturally durable samples would allow more rational use of these materials, for example, using samples in the lower ranges of durability in non-soil contact. One possible method for rapidly assessing differences in heartwood characteristics related to durability is near infrared spectroscopy (NIR) coupled with multivariate statistical methods. A number of recent studies suggest that NIR can be related… CONTINUE READING

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