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Nordic Pulp & Paper Research Journal (NPPRJ) is an international scientific magazine covering science and technology for the areas of wood or bio-mass constituents, pulp and paper and including new fiber-based materials, recovery and by-products from pulping processes, bio-refining and energy issues. Articles meeting required scientific standards are accepted from any continent.
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Nordic Pulp & Paper Research Journal
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CHEMICAL PULPING
The effect of increased pulp yield using additives in the softwood kraft cook on the physical properties of low-grammage handsheets - OPEN ACCESS 317
Hafizur Rahman, Mikael E Lindström, Peter Sandström, Lennart Salmén and Per Engstrand 
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PAPER CHEMISTRY
The effect of chemical additives on the strength, stiffness and elongation potential of paper - OPEN ACCESS 324
Anders Strand, Alexey Khakalo, Jarmo Kouko, Antti Oksanen, Annika Ketola, Kristian Salminen, Orlando Rojas, Elias Retulainen and Anna Sundberg 
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PAPER PHYSICS
The effects of different types of wet-end added microfibrillated celluloses on the properties of paper made from bleached kraft pulp 336
Mikael Ankerfors, Tom Lindström and Gunborg Glad Nordmark 
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RECYCLING
Evaluation of fly ash as a potential alkali for old newspaper de-inking 346
Jin Ho Seo, Tai Ju Lee and Jeong Yong Ryu 
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PRINTING
Influence of moist-heat accelerated ageing on yellow ElectroInk screen elements 352
Igor Majnarić, Ivana Bolanča Mirković and Zdenka Bolanča 
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BIOREFINERY
Cultivation and domestication of micro-aerobic magnetic activated sludge for pentachlorophenol (PCP) degradation 360
Hui-xia Lan, Hao Zhang, Da Yang and Wei Wang 
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PAPER PHYSICS
Use of papermaking pulps in foam-formed thermal insulation materials 367
Tiina Pöhler, Petri Jetsu, Alexandre Fougerón and Vincent Barraud 
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BIOREFINERY
Universal industrial sectors integrated solutions module for the pulp and paper industry - OPEN ACCESS 375
Gurbakhash Bhander and Wojciech Jozewicz 
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MECHANICAL PULPING
Effect of LC refining intensity on fractionated and unfractionated mechanical pulp - OPEN ACCESS 386
Meaghan Miller, Antti Luukkonen and James A. Olson 
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COATING
Visualization of latex and starch in paper coatings by tagging with fluorescent dyes 395
Emilia Purington, Amy Richter Blakeley, Douglas Bousfield and William M. Gramlich 
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PAPER PHYSICS
One-sided versus two-sided roll forming of never-dried softwood kraft pulp - effects on formation and strength efficiency 407
Bengt Nordström and Lennart Hermansson 
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PAPER CHEMISTRY
The role of fire retardant-polyvinyl alcohol systems on enhancing the performance of paper sheets toward ageing and counterfeiting 415
Altaf H. Basta, Nabil M. Safy El-Din, Hlisham R. Hamed and Khaled E. Rashed 
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CHEMICAL PULPING
The effect of reaction wood on bleached eucalypt kraft pulp production - Part I 421
Walter Torezani Neto Boschetti, Jorge Luiz Colodette, Ana Márcia Macedo Ladeira Carvalho, Robsnéia Adriana Ribeiro, Diego Pierre de Almeida and Carolina Marangon Jardim 
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CHEMICAL PULPING
The effect of reaction wood on the properties of eucalyptus kraft pulp - Part II 428
Walter Torezani Neto Boschetti, Rubens Chaves de Oliveira, Ana Márcia Macedo Ladeira Carvalho and Maria Fernanda Vieira Rocha 
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PRINTING
Impact of fountain solution addition level on tack and optical properties of the print of a mechanically distributed water-in-oil thin film emulsion 436
Carl-Mikael Tåg, Pertti Silfsten, Kai-Erik Peiponen, Patrick A.C Gane and Cathy J. Ridgeway 
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BLEACHING
The use of calcium hydroxide as alkali source in peroxide bleaching of kraft pulp 444
Anders Strand, Ekaterina Korotkova, Juuso Hakala, Erja Lindstedt and Stefan Willför 
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COATING
Active-antimicrobial coatings based on silver nano-particles and natural polymers for paper packaging functionalization 452
Petronela Nechita 
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CHEMICAL PULPING
Optimization of eucalyptus pretreatment by NH4Cl using response surface methodology 459
Danni Xie, Dan Huo, Chuanling Si and Qiulin Yang 
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PAPER CHEMISTRY
Cellulose-fiber-based insulation materials with improved reaction-to-fire properties - OPEN ACCESS 466
Chao Zheng, Dongfang Li and Monica Ek 
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PAPER PHYSICS
Characterization of micro-fibrillated cellulose fiber suspension flow using multi scale velocity profile measurements 473
Markku Kataja, Sanna Haavisto, Juha Salmela, Roope Lehto and Antti Koponen 
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