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The significance of accelerated laboratory testing methods determining the natural durability of wood.

Joris Van Acker (UGent) , H MILITZ and Marc Stevens (UGent)
(1999) HOLZFORSCHUNG. 53(5). p.449-458
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Van Acker, Joris, H MILITZ, and Marc Stevens. 1999. “The Significance of Accelerated Laboratory Testing Methods Determining the Natural Durability of Wood.” Holzforschung 53 (5): 449–458.
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Van Acker, Joris, MILITZ, H., & Stevens, M. (1999). The significance of accelerated laboratory testing methods determining the natural durability of wood. HOLZFORSCHUNG, 53(5), 449–458.
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Van Acker J, MILITZ H, Stevens M. The significance of accelerated laboratory testing methods determining the natural durability of wood. HOLZFORSCHUNG. 1999;53(5):449–58.
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Van Acker, Joris, H MILITZ, and Marc Stevens. “The Significance of Accelerated Laboratory Testing Methods Determining the Natural Durability of Wood.” HOLZFORSCHUNG 53.5 (1999): 449–458. Print.
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  author       = {Van Acker, Joris and MILITZ, H and Stevens, Marc},
  issn         = {0018-3830},
  journal      = {HOLZFORSCHUNG},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {449--458},
  title        = {The significance of accelerated laboratory testing methods determining the natural durability of wood.},
  volume       = {53},
  year         = {1999},
}

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