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Table 1 Properties of the liquids and the relative swelling ratio of the samples swollen by those liquids

From: Dynamic viscoelastic properties of wood and acetylated wood in nonequilibrium states swollen by water or organic liquids

Liquids Structural formulaMolar volumes [cm3/mol]P.A.P.Δva [cm−1]H-bonding propertiesC.E.d [cal/cm3]Relative swellinge [%]
MethanolMeOHCH3OH40.7187ADb20489.7
EthanolEtOHC2H5OH58.5187AD16682.5
2-PropanolPrOH(CH3)2CHOH75.0187AD14473.6
1-ButanolBuOHCH3CH2CH2CH2OH91.8187AD12863.0
AcetoneActCH3COCH374.064Ac9668.0
Methyl ethyl ketoneMEKCH3CH2COCH390.257A8656.0
TolueneTolC6H5CH3106.445A790.9
Ethylene glycolEGHOCH2CH2OH55.8206AD266111.2
FormamideFAHCONH239.7 AD317116.8
Dimethyl sulfoxideDMSO(CH3)2SO70.9141A166133.0
WaterWaterH2O18.0390AD552100.0
  1. a Proton accepting powers: The data are cited from a table of Kagiya et al. [22], Crowley et al. [23], and Ishimaru et al. [24]. b Liquid having both proton accepting and donating properties for hydrogen bonding. c Liquid having only proton accepting properties for hydrogen bonding. d Cohesion energy: the data are calculated from the solubility parameter values in a table by Hansen [25]. e Relative swelling compared with that in water: The data are cited from a table of Sakai et al. [26] and Ishimaru et al. [27]