COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF TCF BLEACHED HARDWOOD DISSOL ’ t ’ ING PULPS

@inproceedings{Sixta2002COMPARATIVEEO,
  title={COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF TCF BLEACHED HARDWOOD DISSOL ’ t ’ ING PULPS},
  author={Herbert Sixta},
  year={2002}
}
With an annual production of some 3.5 million tons between 1990 and 1995, dissolving wood pulp accounts for only 2% of the total wood pulp production. However, the high demands for cellulose purity and reactivity as well as its manifold routes of utilization are the reason for the advanced state of technology within the pulp industry. For dissolving pulp production, only acid sulfite and prehydrolysis kraft processes (PHK) are of major practical importante. Unlike Paper grade pulping the acid… CONTINUE READING

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