Requirements and tests for permanence Introduction Permanence reflects the ability of paper to remain mechanically, optically and chemically stable over long periods. This means the paper retains its essential end-use properties through time. Durability is the ability of paper to resist wear and tear during use. Initial mechanical properties determine durability. Two kinds of procedures
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