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Wood is obtained from trees known as exogens. They grow larger by addiing a new layer each year under the outer surface of bark. The centre of the tree is known as the pith and the wood near the pith termed heart wood and is hard and close grained The sap wood is made up of he outer layers and are soft and generally have a more open grain.
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The kinds of matter are solid, liquid, and gas.
You need to burn a variety of hardwoods. You need a combination of fast burning hardwoods, such as Maple and Birch, along with slower, hotter burning woods such as Oak a…nd Ash. The fast burning woods keep the hotter burning woods burning. Some other great woods for the stove are Apple, Cherry, Black Locust, Honey Locust, and Hickory. Elm and Sycamore will also work, but don't give off as much heat as the ones I have mentioned.
the short answer... everything is made of matter. in the long run, yes, wood is made of matter
They are each an example of a solid
Oak is 60 MPa, with a specific strength of 86.95 kN·m/kg
wood is a solid because the molecules are tightly put together unlike gas which the places of the molecules are random and liquids which have some order but are still pretty r…andom
Wood is a solid as the molecules that make it up are tightly packed, even though there are gaps. It is neither a liquid nor a gas as it does not flow and can be held and depen…ding on the wood, can not be compacted as a liquid and gas can be.
You can plank fish in the oven or, more usually, on the grill using untreated natural wood. Some wood works better than others for different types of wood - I regularly plank …my food - I only plank fish and vegetables - my husband is a vegetarian. If you are good with your hands and have the time you can make your own planks - but do insure it is untreated otherwise you can get sick. We always use Cedar - I think that that is the standard for planking fish - though I know you can use other hard woods - like oak and alder. I buy from superior planks - there is a wealth of information on their site - www.superiorplanks. com - I hope this answers your question
Do you mean what can soft wood be used for. Here are some uses. Roof trusses/ floor joist/ ceiling joist/ stud partitions/ timber flooring/ wall strapping/ linning board…s internal finnishing. ect
wood is a solid matter
matter is anything that takes up space and kinds of matter are tables, apples, water, steam, etc., but imaginary things arent matter like thoughts or dreams neither is heat or… light or sound so there u go
Epil is Ipil. They pronounce it in the Philippines like epil, but the writing is ipil. See Wikipedia: Intsia bijuga is a species of flowering tree in the pea family, Fabaceae,… native to the Indo-Pacific. It ranges fromTanzania and Madagascar east through India and Queensland, Australia to the Pacific island of Samoa. It grows to around 50 meters (160 feet) tall with a highly buttressed trunk. It inhabits mangrove forests.
It depends if the change is physical or chemical. If it is a physical change, the wood or iron never really changed, just it's physical appearance. If the change is chemical t…hen the wood or iron supposedly can't change back to it's original substance or matter.