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Biological Bleaching of Kraft Paper Pulp

  • Ian D. Reid
  • Michael G. Paice

Abstract

The manufacture of pulp and paper from wood is an important industry; worldwide annual production is about 125 million metric tons. Paper products are used for printing and writing, packaging, and a wide variety of special purposes (Nordman, 1989).

Keywords

Kraft Pulp Kappa Number Chlorine Dioxide Kraft Lignin Residual Lignin 
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  • Michael G. Paice

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