Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books
A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology

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bleached groundwood paper

A paper manufactured from groundwood pulp which has been bleached by means of a suitable chemical, e.g., sodium peroxide, zinc hydrosulfite, etc, or a combination of chemicals. It is substantially brighter than unbleached groundwood paper and is not significantly less bright than paper produced from bleached sulfate or sulfite pulps. (17 , 72 )




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