Chemical composition of wood The woody biomass has three principal elements: carbon (C), oxygen (O), and hydrogen (H). Approximately 50 % of the dry mass of wood is carbon, more than 40 % is oxygen, and 6 % is hydrogen. Small, variable amounts of nitrogen (N) and mineral elements or ash are also present. The
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