Structure of inter-fibre bonds Inter-fibre bonds in paper form gradually as the solids content increases in the paper-making process. At first, surface tension forces, such as colloidal interactions and mechanical interlocking of fibrils, pull fibres closer together when water is removed from the wet web. This is the Campbell effect.1 The same forces give the
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