Yarns and fibres from paper Sulphate-papers containing long fibres (Sulfatpapiere) were mostly used for the paper used for making yarns (Spinning papers or Spinnpapiere). In those papers the cellulose fibres are not totally dissolved, and therefore the paper is stronger. The thickness of spinning papers can vary – the thinnest are like tissue paper, the thicker ones
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