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Wood chemical composition as related to properties of handsheets made from loblolly pine refiner groundwoodAuthor(s): Charles W. McMillin
Source: Wood Science and Technology, Vol. 3: 232-238
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionBurst and tear strengths of handsheets made from 48 pulps disk-refined from chips of varying chemical composition decreased with incressing extractive content after the independent effects of fiber morphology were specified. This result was attributed to lessened bond strength caused by reduced surface tension forces and blocking of reactive sites on the fiber surfaces.
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CitationMcMillin, Charles W. 1969. Wood chemical composition as related to properties of handsheets made from loblolly pine refiner groundwood. Wood Science and Technology, Vol. 3: 232-238
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