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Interrelationships between chemical and morphological characteristics of wood and properties of kraft pulps



Interrelationships between chemical and morphological characteristics of wood and properties of kraft pulps



Folia Forestalia Polonica Seria B, Drewnictwo 1989; ( 19): 95-100



Correlation coefficients between properties of Scots pine beech and mixed pine/beech pulps and their corresponding wood properties were developed. Pulp yield depended mainly upon the ratio of cellulose content to the sum of lignin and extractive contents. Sheet density, breaking length and burst factor depended mainly upon transverse fibre dimensions, especially cell wall thickness.

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