empty-cell process

noun
variants: or empty-cell treatment

Definition of empty-cell process 

: a method of treating wood so that the chemical preservative coats the cell walls, the cell cavities remaining nearly or quite empty — compare full-cell process

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1948, in the meaning defined above

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