Chemical and mechanical pulping of aspen chunkwood, mature wood, and juvenile wood

Abstract

S MALL-DIAMETER TREES FROM noncommercial or poorquality stands and residues are generally not used for solid-wood products. This material has also been underutilized as a fiber source for pulping and papermaking, primarily because of marginal economics and process and product problems associated with its use. Small-diameter trees have generally been… (More)

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@inproceedings{Myers1997ChemicalAM, title={Chemical and mechanical pulping of aspen chunkwood, mature wood, and juvenile wood}, author={Gary C. Myers and RODGER A. AROLA and R A Horn and Theodore H. Wegner}, year={1997} }