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The characteristics of unbleached kraft pulps from Western Hemlock, Douglas Fir, Western Red Cedar, Loblolly Pine and Black Spruce. IV. The specific surface areas of the pulps and the changes on beating



The characteristics of unbleached kraft pulps from Western Hemlock, Douglas Fir, Western Red Cedar, Loblolly Pine and Black Spruce. IV. The specific surface areas of the pulps and the changes on beating



Tappi. 33: 2, 99-101



After 5 and after 50 minutes of beating, the pulps having the lowest bursting-strength values showed the lowest specific surface areas. Arranged in order of increasing specific surface and bursting strength, the pulps are: Fir, Pine, Hemlock, Spruce, and Cedar. From authors' summary.

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