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Influence of Autoclaving On Chemical Pulp Fiber Properties for Fiber-cement Applications

Bibliographic reference Delhoneux, B. ; Avella, T. ; Garves, K.. Influence of Autoclaving On Chemical Pulp Fiber Properties for Fiber-cement Applications. In: Holzforschung : international journal of the biology, chemistry, physics and technology of wood, Vol. 45, no. 1, p. 55-60 (1991)
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