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quality of paper, acid content (fwd)

Dear Book Art-Lers,

I'd appreciate any answers to the following question.  Please reply to me
personally and I'll post to the University Press list.

Many thanks in advance.
        Dee Mortensen
        Assistant Acquisitions Editor
        Indiana University Press
        601 N. Morton Street
        Bloomington, IN 47404-3797
        812-855-8507 fax

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 1996 07:58:13 -0600
From: james williams <jww4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Multiple recipients of list <aaup-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: quality of paper, acid content

Don't know much 'bout .... papermaking, so I wonder if someone could answer
a question raised in my basic manuscript editing class:

Is there a relation between the rag content of paper and the process of
keeping paper acid free? Is it just as easy (or hard; or expensive) to keep
a 100 percent rag pulp acid free as it is a newsprint quality paper?

A related question: Does a paper's acid content have anything to do with its

Many thanks in advance.
Jay Williams
Managing Editor
Critical Inquiry

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