Colour reversion Exposure of pulp to elevated temperature, high humidity and visible or ultraviolet light, such as in accelerated aging, may provide information concerning the natural change in brightness or colour reversion that might occur in the material over a period of years. Literature provides many examples of different methods for accelerated aging of cellulosic
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