Pulp and paper: chemistry and chemical technology

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Wiley, Oct 31, 1980 - Science - 576 pages
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Other volumes in the latest edition of Pulp and Paper: Chemistry and Chemical Technology, 3rd Ed. Edited by James P. Casey Volume 1 Contents: Cellulose and Hemicellulose (G.D. McGinnis and F. Shaftzadeh). Lignin (W.G. Glasser). Pulpwood (W.J. Bublitz). Pulping (J.N. McGovern, W.F. Daniell, et al.). Bleaching (V. Lor?s). Appendix. Index. 1980 Volume 3 Contents: Dry Strength Resins (W.F. Reynolds). Dry Strength Resins (R.B. Wasser). Natural Products for Wet-End Addition (B.T. Hofreiter). Filling and Loading (E. Bohmer). Internal Sizing (J.J. Keavney). Internal Sizing (R.J. Kulick). Retention Chemistry (K.W. Britt). Retention Chemistry (J. E. Unbehend). Wet Strength (K.W. Britt). Dyeing (H.A. Lips). Surface Sizing (M.L. Cushing). Properties of Paper (C.E. Brandon). 1980 Volume 4 Contents: Pigment Coating (C.L. Casey). Printing (M.H. Bruno). Reprography (M,A. Nielsen). Laminating (C.U. Turner). Corrugating (A.J. DiDominias). Corrugating (G.H. Klein). Paper Reinforcement by Polymer Addition (J.F. Waterhouse). Paper Laminates (J.L. Robertson). Aqueous and Solvent Coatings (L.J. Carlson). Extrusion and Hot Melt Coatings (K. Palenik). 1981

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Contents

FIBER PREPARATION AND APPROACH
821
f Pulp Evaluation
869
FIBER BONDING
915
Copyright

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