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Pulp and Paper Chemistry and Technology...

Multi-volumed work

Pulp and Paper Chemistry and Technology

Ed. by Ek, Monica / Gellerstedt, Göran / Henriksson, Gunnar

Volume 2

Pulping Chemistry and Technology

    99,95 € / $114.99 / £91.00*

    Publication Date:
    October 2009
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    Aims and Scope

    This four volume set covers the entire spectrum of pulp and paper chemistry and technology from starting material to processes and products including market demands. This work is essential for all students of wood science and a useful reference for those working in the pulp and paper industry or on the chemistry of renewable resources.

    Volume 2 focuses on creating an understanding of the chemical and technical processes involved in the production of pulp. The work treats

    • wood handling, i.e. barking, chipping , storage and screening processes,
    • chemistry and technology during mechanical and chemical pulp production, including pulping and bleaching chemistry and technology,
    • production of bleaching chemicals at the mill,
    • recovery processes, including the treatment and burning of black liquor and the white liquor preparation plant,
    • paper recycling processes,
    • changes in structure and properties of wood polymers and pulps in the pulping process line,
    • description of the equipment and processes involved in the manufacturing of pulp,
    • pulp characterization, including methods available to evaluate pulp properties,
    • end-product requirements.

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    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    471 pages
    350 Fig.
    Type of Publication:
    Specialist Text
    Paper; Paper production; Pulp; Wood chemistry
    Wood and paper industries, chemical industry (with focus on renewable resources), students and lecturers in wood science, forestry science and wood chemistry

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    Monica Ek, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden; Göran Gellerstedt, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden; Gunnar Henriksson, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

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