Handbook of Physical Testing of Paper, Volume 2

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Jens Borch, M. Bruce Lyne, Richard E. Mark, Charles Habeger
CRC Press, Sep 25, 2001 - Science - 560 pages
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This handbook focuses on physical paper testing in the laboratory and online. Divided into five parts, it highlights assays for paper interactions with light, moisture, electricity, and heat. Topics expanded upon include laboratory testing procedures; microscopy analysis and paper surface properties; liquid and gas penetration; electrical and thermal interactions; and methods of surface characterization.
 

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My engineering teacher was wrong about the combustion point of paper (thinking it was 451 F) and I used this book to correct him. Thank you, a must read.

Contents

THE PAPER AND BOARD TESTING LABORATORY
1
TESTING IN THE LABORATORY AND ON THE PAPER MACHINE
12
ONLINE TESTING OF PAPER
13
CONDITIONED TEST ATMOSPHERES
47
APPEARANCE AND STRUCTURE ANALYSIS
94
OPTICAL AND APPEARANCE PROPERTIES
95
MICROSCOPY
149
PART 3 INTERACTIONS WITH LIQUIDS AND GASES
266
ELECTRICAL AND THERMAL INTERACTIONS
332
ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES I THEORY
333
ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES II APPLICATIONS AND MEASUREMENT METHODS
361
THERMAL PROPERTIES
389
PHYSICAL AND SURFACE PROPERTIES
428
CHARACTERIZATION OF PAPER SURFACES USING OPTICAL PROFILOMETRY
429
PAPER FRICTION
451
PAPER ABRASIVITY
477

POROSITY AND GAS PERMEABILITY
267
WETTING AND THE PENETRATION OF LIQUIDS INTO PAPER
303
TESTING THE TACTILE PROPERTIES OF TISSUE AND NONWOVENS
505
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