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Effects of chip thickness on removal of wood components and on alkali consumption in kraft pulping of sugar maple

Effects of chip thickness on removal of wood components and on alkali consumption in kraft pulping of sugar maple

JPPS Journal of Pulp and Paper Science 11(6): 181-188

Chips of thickness 2-8 mm were evaluated. Thick chips gave higher yields of pulp, lignin and carbohydrates than thin chips and consumed less alkali during cooking.

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