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Wood characteristics and kraft paper properties of four selected Loblolly Pines. III. Effect of fiber morphology in pulps examined at a constant permanganate number



Wood characteristics and kraft paper properties of four selected Loblolly Pines. III. Effect of fiber morphology in pulps examined at a constant permanganate number



Tappi. 49: 4, 137-47



cf. F.A. 26 No. 1476. ) Presents data supporting the suggestion that the properties of Pinus taeda pulp and paper are strongly correlated with the morphological and physical characteristics of the wood from which they are made when pulped to a constant purity (permanganate number 25).

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