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Short-rotation hardwood as a raw material for absorbent pulp



Short-rotation hardwood as a raw material for absorbent pulp



Paperi ja Puu 57(11): 721-727



Unbarked stems of 5- to 18-year-old Salix caprea were chipped and pulped by a soda/oxygen process (described).

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