Micro and Nanoparticles in Papermaking




Editor: Jose M. Rodriguez 


This nine-chapter volume explains the roles and performance of microparticles in the manufacturing and processing of paper and paper products. It covers key topics such as drainage and retention; cationic microparticles; colloidal silica; organic microparticles; hectorite systems; dual-polymer retention; clay minerals, and electron microscopy.


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Member: $165 List: $258

Author: Rodriguez, J.M.

Item Code: 0101R312

Micro and Nanoparticles in Papermaking
Micro and Nanoparticles in Papermaking
258.00

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