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Short-rotation hardwood species as whole-tree raw material for pulp and paper. 5. bleached pulps; fine papers



Short-rotation hardwood species as whole-tree raw material for pulp and paper. 5. bleached pulps; fine papers



Paperi ja puu 58(8): 455-460




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