Structural properties Grammage, thickness, density or bulk, and air permeance are among the important structural properties of paper. The first three properties have already been described in the article Basic properties since they are properties used for the general description of any type of paper. The air permeance of paper is normally measured using air
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Edited by: Petteri Maijanen, ABB
Original author: Jan-Erik Levlin
Based on: Levlin, J-E. General physical properties of paper and board (Chapter 7). In: Levlin, J-E. & Sjöderhelm, L. (ed), Pulp and paper testing (Book 17), Papermaking Science and Technology. Jyväskylä. 1999. Fapet Oy. pp. 136–161.
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