Vol. 6, Part 1: Chemical Pulping- Fibre Chemistry and Technology, 2nd Edition

Book editor: Pedro Fardim, D.Sc. (Chem.), Professor, Åbo Akademi University

This book will tell you, step by step, why (research) and how (technology) things are done to obtain fibres from wood by chemical pulping. This book may be unique in combining science and technology in a way that allows both students and mill engineers to benefit from learning about modern fibre lines, while increasing their awareness of the challenges and opportunities involved in research and in the design and operation of new pulp mills anywhere in the world.   

The Papermaking Science and Technology series is also an excellent textbook resource for universities and colleges.   This series is ideal to train new employees at your company or as a reference guide for your experienced workforce.  

E-book licenses are recommended for companies and universities to allow staff and students a means for easier searching; finding chapters through the table of contents, and now you have the ability to “bookmark” pages for future reference. 

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Item Code: 0202FIN06-2B

Chemical Pulping Part 1, Fibre Chemistry & Technology (2nd)
Chemical Pulping Part 1, Fibre Chemistry & Technology (2nd)
148.00

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