Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice



Editors: Carlton W. Dence and Douglas W. Reeve

This text covers fundamentals and processes from chemical composition of pulp to technology, production, and the environmental impact of bleaching. Designed as a textbook and reference book, Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice explains what bleaching is, why pulp is bleached, and how bleaching is done. The book also features discussions on several "hot topics" in pulp bleaching, including elemental chlorine free bleaching, totally chlorine free bleaching, enzyme assisted bleaching, and bleaching of recycled fiber. In addition, the book is key word indexed and each chapter contains extensive references. 1996. 880 pages, hard cover.


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Author: Dence, C.W.; Reeve, D.W.

Item Code: 0102B061

Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice
Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice
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