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Identification and Properties of Malaysian Timbers

Series: Malayan Forest Records Volume: 53
By: Seng Choon Lim(Author), Abdullah Siam Nordahlia(Author), Mohmod Abd Latif(Author), Kee Seng Gan(Author), Sudin Rahim(Author)
538 pages, colour photos, tables
Identification and Properties of Malaysian Timbers
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  • Identification and Properties of Malaysian Timbers ISBN: 9789670622606 Hardback Jan 2016 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Language: English

The aim of this book is to provide a quick reference to cross-section images of the structure, characteristics, structural features, mechanical properties, drying and woodworking properties, durability, preservatives treatment and uses of 212 well-known and lesser-known Malaysian timber groups in the trade.

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Series: Malayan Forest Records Volume: 53
By: Seng Choon Lim(Author), Abdullah Siam Nordahlia(Author), Mohmod Abd Latif(Author), Kee Seng Gan(Author), Sudin Rahim(Author)
538 pages, colour photos, tables
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