Pulp characterisation and properties Papermaking is a process, in which the orderly structure of pulp wood feedstock is broken down by alternative chemical or mechanical means into its fibres, only to be reconstituted, now in the form of a randomly organised sheet material (see General approach and principles);1 i.e., fibres and their fragments are bonded
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