Utilization of Hardwoods for Mechanical and Chemical Pulp
Abstract:As spruce pulp wood becomes more expensive, hardwoods begin to take on greater importance as pulp possibilities. That the pulping qualities of hardwoods have already been investigated and found to be satisfactory for a variety of pulp products is evident from the literature reviewed by the author. The future use of hardwoods for pulp, thus becomes essentially a matter of economics.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Research Department, Price Brothers & Co., Limited, Quebec, Canada
Publication date: December 1, 1930
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