Subject: water absorbption formula(s) for diverse materials: wood, ceramic, chalk?
Date: Sun Feb 24 09:38:59 2002
Posted by Carl
Grade level: undergrad
School: Mt. Wachusett Community College
City: Gardner State/Province: MA
Area of science: Physics
I would like to know the rate(s) at which water will pass through diverse
materials (end to end) by osmosis/capillary/absorbption action. This will
provide "water-proofing" information as well as (opposite) the predictable
length of time it will take water to pass through diverse materials as if it
were a conduit. Is there a chart or formula to determine this?
Re: water absorbption formula(s) for diverse materials: wood, ceramic, chalk?
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