What Happens to Cellulosic Fibers during Papermaking and Recycling ? a Review

@inproceedings{Hubbe2007WhatHT,
  title={What Happens to Cellulosic Fibers during Papermaking and Recycling ? a Review},
  author={Martin A. Hubbe and Richard A. Venditti and Orlando J Rojas},
  year={2007}
}
Both reversible and irreversible changes take place as cellulosic fibers are manufactured into paper products one or more times. This review considers both physical and chemical changes. It is proposed that by understanding these changes one can make better use of cellulosic fibers at various stages of their life cycles, achieving a broad range of paper performance characteristics. Some of the changes that occur as a result of recycling are inherent to the fibers themselves. Other changes may… CONTINUE READING

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