Definition of Papermaking. Meaning of Papermaking. Synonyms of Papermaking

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- paper that many paper mills entered production, and papermaking became an industry. Modern papermaking began in the early 19th century in Europe with the...
- the 8th century, Chinese papermaking spread to the Islamic world, where pulp mills and paper mills were used for papermaking and money making. By the...
- unsupported pressure-sensitive adhesives Plastics Wet strength resins Pitch Papermaking additives Stickies that p**** through a slotted plate screen of 0.10 -...
- Shives Kraft process Gullichsen, Johan; Fogelholm, Carl-Johan (2000). Papermaking science and Technology: 6A. Chemical Pulping. Finland: Tappi Press. p...
- in the finished paper. Knot (papermaking) Kraft process Gullichsen, Johan; Fogelholm, Carl-Johan (2000). Papermaking science and Technology: 6A. Chemical...
- dynasty. He is traditionally regarded as the inventor of paper and the papermaking process, in forms recognizable in modern times as paper (as opposed to...
- 1892), was a Canadian inventor who invented the wood pulp process for papermaking, which was first adapted into the production of newsprint. Fenerty was...
- Gilpin is most often credited for creating the first U.S cylinder type papermaking machine at Brandywine Cr****, Delaware in 1817. This machine was also...
- chemically modified and unmodified starches are used in papermaking. In the wet part of the papermaking process, generally called the "wet-end", the starches...
- AD, saw some of the most advanced technology at that time, including papermaking and the comp****, along with agricultural and medical improvements. The...
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