Surface chemistry of fibres Besides influencing fibre swelling, the charge of fibres is important for adsorption of wet-end chemicals, drainage on wire and press sections of the paper machine, and fibre bond formation during drying. When the amounts of dissociated carboxyl groups increase, the surfaces of fibres become more hydrophilic. When determining acidic group content
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