Pulp and Paper, Volume 4
James P. Casey
Wiley, Sep 13, 1983 - Science - 640 pages
An in-depth look at the chemistry and chemical technology involved in the manufacture of pulp and paper, the properties of paper, and the uses for paper. This new edition contains contributions by forty recognized authorities in the field. Emphasizes the underlying science and technology and reviews, in detail, chemical and engineering principles. Includes numerous tables, illustrations, and a complete bibliography.
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CHAPTER 22PIGMENT COATING
RAW MATERIALS FOR PAPER COATING
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