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Beet pulp: utilization for paper production

, : Beet pulp: utilization for paper production. Industria Saccarifera Italiana 88(5): 191-199

The current possibilities for using beet pulp in paper production is described. The pulp, dried or wet, is used without chemical pretreatment as an organic filler, sparing the use of cellulose or CaCO3.

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