Three-dimensional network The typical thickness of a paper sheet is 0.1 mm; hence the two-dimensional approximation is intuitively reasonably good. However, the thickness of paper-making fibres is at least one order of magnitude smaller so, in reality, the thickness-directional (3D) structure is also very important. The porous structure of paper influences directly the optical and
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