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Pulp and paper chemistry and technology / edited by Monica EK., Goran Gellerstedt, Gunnar Henriksson.

Contributor(s): EK., Monica | Gellerstedy, Goran | Henriksson, Gunnar.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Berlin : Water de Gruyter, c2009Description: 3 v. : ill.; 25 cm.ISBN: 9783110213416 (V.2); 9783110213430 (V.3); 9783110213454 (V.4).Call number: 676 PULp Ref. Subject(s): Papermaking -- Chemistry | Pulping | Wook-pulp | Papermaking | Paper making and tradeOnline resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online | Click here to access online
Contents:
V.2 Pulping chemistry and technology--V.3 Paper chemistry and technology--V.4 Paper products physics and technology.
Summary: Summary: The production of forestry products is based on a complex chain of knowledge in which the biological material wood with all its natural variability is converted into a variety of fiber-based products, each one with its detailed and specific quality requirements.
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676 PULp V.4 Ref. (Browse shelf) 1 Not For Loan v.4 1100012920
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676 PULp V.2 Ref. (Browse shelf) 1 Not For Loan v.2 1100012918
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Supported by a grant from the Ljungberg Foundation, the Editors at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden coordinated over 30 authors from university and industry to create this comprehensive overview.

V.2 focuses on creating an understanding of the chemical and technical processes involved in the production of pulp-- V.3 Provides an overview of paper production and the ways in which the chemistry of starting material and processes influence its quality and properties--V.4 examines the physical properties of paper and modern demands on this versatile material.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

V.2 Pulping chemistry and technology--V.3 Paper chemistry and technology--V.4 Paper products physics and technology.

YE2012 M07

Summary: The production of forestry products is based on a complex chain of knowledge in which the biological material wood with all its natural variability is converted into a variety of fiber-based products, each one with its detailed and specific quality requirements.

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