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|Title: ||USANS study of wood structure.|
|Authors: ||Garvey, CJ|
|Issue Date: ||15-Nov-2006|
|Citation: ||Garvey, C. J., Knott, R. B., Searson, M., & Conroy, J. P. (2006). USANS study of wood structure. Physica B-Condensed Matter, 385-86, 877-879.|
|Abstract: ||Wood performs a vascular and structural function in trees. In this study we used the double-crystal diffractometer BT5 at the NIST Center for Neutron Scattering (Gaithersburg, USA) to study the pore structure inside wood sections. The slit-smeared intensity of scattered neutrons was measured from wood sections in directions parallel, orthogonal and transverse to the tree's trunk axis over a scattering vector range 0.00004-0.002 angstrom(-1). The interpretation of the data in terms of a reductionist model consisting of infinitely long cylinders (cell lumens) is discussed. © 2006, Elsevier Ltd.|
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