Physical Properties of Wood?


A physical property of wood refers to the characters used to identify it. Some of the physical properties of wood include the colour, density, hardness, smell, and attraction or repulsion to magnets. A physical property of wood determines its commercial use.
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Some physical properties of wood are that it is strong and dense.
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A chemical property of wood is cellulose, while a physical
A chemical property is a characteristic that can only be seen when the material changes and a new material is formed. Examples of chemical properties are ability to burn, ability
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