Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books
A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology

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bleached sulfate paper

A class of paper generally used in grades of white, as well as for boards requiring strength. The pulp is fully bleached with chlorine dioxide, or the dioxide plus peroxide, with or without hypochlorite, in multistage bleaching operations. Its high brightness is attainable with strength characteristics not substantially lower than that of an unbleached chemical pulp. (17 , 72 )




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