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Pulp Bleaching - Principles and Practice

Pulp Bleaching - Principles and Practice

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Designed as a text book and reference book, Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice explains what bleaching 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 several "hot topics" in pulp bleaching, enzyme assisted bleaching, and bleaching of recycled fiber. In addition, the book is key word indexed and each chapter contains extensive references.
Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice will be a valuable textbook for students in pulp and paper programs and a comprehensive reference for everyone involved in pulp bleaching, especially process engineers, project engineers, and technical personnel.
Edited by pulp bleaching specialists Carlton W. Dence and Douglas W. Reeve, this book contains the work of 57 co-authors and was sponsored by the Pulp Bleaching Committee of TAPPI's Pulp Manufacture Division.
Designed as a text book and reference book, Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice explains what bleaching 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 several "hot topics" in pulp bleaching, enzyme assisted bleaching, and bleaching of recycled fiber. In addition, the book is key word indexed and each chapter contains extensive references.
Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice will be a valuable textbook for students in pulp and paper programs and a comprehensive reference for everyone involved in pulp bleaching, especially process engineers, project engineers, and technical personnel.
Edited by pulp bleaching specialists Carlton W. Dence and Douglas W. Reeve, this book contains the work of 57 co-authors and was sponsored by the Pulp Bleaching Committee of TAPPI's Pulp Manufacture Division.

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"Pulp Bleaching:Principles and Practice"Edited by Carlton W. DenceAnd Douglas W. Reeve
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1996, 880 pages, 7" x 10" hard cover pageOrder Number: 0102B061ISBN: 0-89852-063-0This comprehensive text is a complete revision of
The Bleaching of Pulp 
, published byTAPPI PRESS in 1979. The new text covers fundamentals and processes fromchemical composition of pulp to technology, production, and the environmental impactof bleaching. Designed as a text book and reference book,
Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice 
explains what bleaching is, why pulp is bleached, and how bleaching isdone. The book is divided into eight major sections which are sub-divided into 36chapters covering all aspects of pulp bleaching. The book also features discussions onseveral "hot topics" in pulp bleaching, enzyme assisted bleaching, and bleaching ofrecycled fiber. In addition, the book is key word indexed and each chapter containsextensive references.
Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice 
will be a valuable textbook for students in pulpand paper programs and a comprehensive reference for everyone involved in pulpbleaching, especially process engineers, project engineers, and technical personnel.Edited by pulp bleaching specialists Carlton W. Dence and Douglas W. Reeve, thisbook contains the work of 57 co-authors and was sponsored by the Pulp BleachingCommittee of TAPPI's Pulp Manufacture Division.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgements vPreface viiSection I: IntroductionI 1: Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Pulp Bleaching1Section II: Raw MaterialsII 1: Production of Unbleached Pulp25II 2: Bleaching Chemicals: Chlorine Dioxide59II 3: Bleaching Chemicals: Chlorine, Sodium Hydroxide,Hydrogen Peroxide, Peroxy Acids, Oxygen, and Ozone71Section III: The Chemistry of Bleaching and Brightness Reversion
 
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III 1: Chemical Structure Of Pulp Components91III 2: Reaction Principles in Pulp Bleaching113III 3: Chemistry of Chemical Pulp Bleaching125III 4: Chemistry of Mechanical Pulp Bleaching161III 5: Chemistry of Brightness Reversion and its Control183Section IV: The Technology of Chemical Pulp BleachingIV 1: Oxygen Delignification213IV 2: Chlorination241IV 3: Chlorine Dioxide in Delignification261IV 4: (Oxidative) Alkali Extraction291IV 5: Ozone Delignification321IV 6: Hydrogen Peroxide as a Delignifying Agent347IV 7: Enzyme Treatments of Pulp363IV 8: Chlorine Dioxide in Bleaching Stages379IV 9: Hypochlorite and Hypochlorous Acid Bleaching395IV 10: Hydrogen Peroxide Bleaching411IV 11: Bleaching Shives and Dirt443Section V: The Technology of Mechanical Pulp BleachingV 1: Peroxide Bleaching of (Chemi)mechanical Pulps457V 2: Hydrosulfite (Dithionite) Bleaching491Section VI: Bleach Plant Operations, Equipment and EngineeringVI 1: Pulp Pumping and Hydraulics513VI 2: Mixing and Mixers537VI 3: Washing and Washers569VI 4: Towers and Reactors597VI 5: Sensors and Process Control625VI 6: Water Reuse and Recycle647Section VII: The Properties of Bleached PulpVII 1: Bleached Pulp Composition and Its Determination675
 
Pulp Bleaching: Principles and PracticeTable of Contents
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VII 2: Brightness: Basic Principles and Measurement695VII 3: Strength Properties and Characteristics of Bleached Chemicaland (Chemi)mechanical Pulps717Section VIII: Pulp Bleaching and The EnvironmentVIII 1: Effluent Characteristics and Composition749VIII 2: Assessing the Potential Impacts of Pulping andBleaching Operations on the Aquatic Environment767VIII 3: Dioxins and Furans in Effluent, Pulp, and Solid Waste799VIII 4: Bleach Plant Air Emissions821VIII 5: Environmental Regulations835Subject Index 847

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