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The physical and mechanical properties of thermally modified wood (TMW) have been comprehensively studied; however, the quantitative analysis of water states and cell wall pores of TMW is limited. In this work, Douglas fir and Norway spruce were thermally modified at 180, 200 and 220 °C, and then studied by NMR cryoporometry method. The results show that thermally modified samples had lower fiber saturation point and the bound water content than the reference samples at all the experimentaldoi:10.3390/f11121279 fatcat:hvtpmt4ounakxcnmrdd5aajl5i