Basic density of wood Density is a useful indicator of pulpwood quality because of its relationship to certain wood and fibre properties, such as the thickness of the cell wall. It reflects the behaviour of raw material in pulping, the consumption of wood volume per tonne of pulp, and the properties of pulp and paper.
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