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Title: Effect of the final ECF bleaching stage on Eucalyptus Kraft pulp properties : a comparison between hydrogen peroxide and chlorine dioxide
Authors: Loureiro, P. E. G. 
Ferreira, P. J. 
Evtyugin, D. V. 
Carvalho, M. G. S. V. 
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Business Information Group
Citation: Loureiro, P. E. G. Ferreira, P. J., Evtyugin, D. V., Carvalho, M. G. S. V. (2009). Effect of the Final ECF Bleaching Stage on Eucalyptus Kraft Pulp Properties – a Comparison between Hydrogen Peroxide and Chlorine Dioxide, Pulp & Paper Canada 110 (9), 23. (Paper apresentado no 2008 International Pulp Bleaching Conference, in Quebec City, Canada, Junho 2-5, 2008; resumo publicado na revista em papel (ISSN 0316-4004) e artigo completo peer-reviewed disponível em, com acesso limitado a membros)
Serial title, monograph or event: Pulp & Paper Canada
Volume: 110
Issue: 9
Place of publication or event: Toronto
Abstract: The factors contributing to the differences between chlorine dioxide and hydrogen peroxide final ECF bleaching stages are discussed with respect to the properties of Eucalyptus globulus kraft pulps. The higher beatability of pulps bleached with a final peroxide stage was assigned to the better fibre swelling capacity. For laboratory beaten fibres, dry zero-span tensile strength is a more suitable predictor of fibre strength than wet zero-span or intrinsic viscosity, at least when comparing pulps with different bleaching history. A comparison between laboratory and industrial bleached pulps is also provided.
ISSN: 0316-4004
Rights: openAccess
Appears in Collections:FCTUC Eng.Química - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais

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