by Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry in New York .
Written in English
|Statement||W. Howard Rapson, editor.|
|Series||TAPPI monograph series,, no. 27|
|Contributions||Rapson, W. Howard, ed.|
|LC Classifications||TS1176 .T4 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 416 p.|
|Number of Pages||416|
|LC Control Number||63014951|
This book provides a thorough introduction to the entire technology of pulp manufacture; features chapters covering all aspects of pulping from wood handling at . Pulp bleaching has gone through dramatic changes in the last two decades. The process has moved from a discharge of toxic and poorly biodegradable effluent to a general acceptance of environmentally sound technology. This book describes the production of high quality pulp with high brightness and good yield making the best use of by: Bleaching of wood pulp is the chemical processing of wood pulp to lighten its color and whiten the pulp. The primary product of wood pulp is paper, for which whiteness (similar to, but distinct from brightness) is an important characteristic. These processes and chemistry are also applicable to the bleaching of non-wood pulps, such as those made from bamboo or kenaf. This book covers multiple aspects of pulp bleaching with a good focus on recent developments. It describes Scandinavian TCF bleaching and the more important, while widespread ECF bleaching of Kraft pulp. The bleaching process of world's fastest growing pulp, hardwood, is not left out.5/5(1).
This book describes the most effective application of chemicals in bleaching. It starts with a brief overview of the history of bleaching and then focuses on recent developments. The ban of chlorine from bleaching pulp has shifted bleaching to environmentally sound procedures. Elementary Chlorine Free bleaching (ECF bleaching) and Totally Chlorine Free bleaching (TCF bleaching) are explained. Previous Pulp Bleaching Books Current Pulp Bleaching Book Organization of the Current Book References Cited 2. Oxygen Delignification Introduction Comparison of Oxygen to Other Bleaching Agents Advantages and Disadvantages of Oxygen Delignification Chemistry of Oxygen Delignification Lignin. This book describes the most effective application of chemicals in bleaching. It starts with a brief overview of the history of bleaching and then focuses on recent developments. The ban of chlorine from bleaching pulp has shifted bleaching to environmentally sound procedures. of bleac hing. Designed as a text book and reference book, Pulp Bleaching: P rinc iples and Practice explains what bleac hing is, why pulp is bleached, and how bleaching is done. The book is divided into eight major sections which are sub-divided into 36 chapters covering all aspects of pulp bleaching. The book also features discussions on.
Generally, to maintain superior optical paper properties of high-yield pulp, only lignin preserving bleach chemicals can be used. Although halternative bleaching agents (e. g. hydrogen peroxide. Page 29 - It has been estimated that no more than 10 percent of the total solids in the waste stream of a pulp bleaching plant contain chlorinated derivatives. Appears in 3 books from Page 57 - Committee for the Gulf of Bothnia, Water Pollution Problems of Pulp and Paper Industries in Finland and Sweden, Naturvardsvcrkei Rappon 5/5(1). Get this from a library! The bleaching of pulp. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff. The book also features discussions on several "hot topics" in pulp bleaching, including elemental chlorine free bleaching, totally chlorine free bleaching, enzyme assisted bleaching, and bleaching of recycled fiber. In addition, the book is key word indexed and each chapter contains extensive references. pages, hard cover.