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Raw material effects on fibres

Raw material effects on fibres Paper usually consists of wood fibres, though non-wood fibres can be important locally. In specialty papers, non-wood fibres have global use. Fibre properties vary considerably with the wood species (Figure 1) and growth site and with the pulping and papermaking treatments that the fibres undergo. Because of the stochastic nature
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