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Advances in Lignocellulosics Characterization

Edited by Dimitris S. Argyropoulos

This book contains the work of numerous scientists from around the world and describes recent advances in the field of lignocellulosics characterization. The book details developments in spectroscopic, chromatographic and microscopic techniques that offer new levels of structural awareness. Selected figures are printed in full color to improve clarity and enhance understanding of the complex information generated from the various spectroscopic techniques. 1998. 382 pages, soft cover.

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Item Number: 0101R280 * ISBN: 0898523575

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Alkaline Pulping

Edited by M.J. Kocurek, T.M. Grace, and E. Malcolm

This is the fifth of ten volumes in the Pulp and Paper Manufacture Series, published by the Joint Textbook Committee of the Paper Industry. This comprehensive, in-depth textbook combines the best information on kraft pulping and bleaching science, technology and operations. The book includes detailed references and illustrations. 1989. 637 pages, hard cover.

Item Number: 0202MS05 * ISBN: 0919893716

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Chemical Pulping

Edited by Johan Gullichsen and Carl-Johan Fogelholm

Chemical Pulping is the sixth of 19 volumes in the Papermaking, Science and Technology Series, published by the Finnish Paper Engineers' Association and TAPPI. This two-book set covers the chemical pulping process, from wood handling at the mill site through pulping and bleaching and pulp drying. It also includes a discussion of recovery of pulping spent liquors and regeneration of chemicals used, the manufacture of side products, and onsite manufacture and handling of bleaching chemicals. In addition, mill energy systems and in-process environmental control measures are also discussed. 1999. 1180 pages, hard cover, two-volume set.

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Item Number: 0202FIN06 * ISBN: 9525216063

List: $85 * Member: $85

Chemical Recovery in the Alkaline Pulping Processes, Revised Edition

Co-edited by Robert P. Green and Gerald Hough

Contents include: introduction and principles of chemical recovery, evaporation and concentration of black liquor, noncondensible gases, tall oil soap recovery, chemical recovery and process chemistry, chemical recovery equipment, cooking liquor preparation, and lime reburning: the rotary lime kiln. 1992. 208 pages, hard cover.

Item Number: 0102B046 * ISBN Number: 0898522552

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Chlorine and Chlorine Compounds in the Paper Industry

See page 16.

Dye-Breaking Agents Database

by Philip E. Quinnett

This report summarizes current publicly available literature on the decolorization of commonly used dyes. The Dye-Breaking Agents Database gives qualitative results on the decolorization of 140 dyes using common oxidizing or reducing agents. The database is divided into three major sections: dye identification, manufacturers and trade names, and experimental conditions for decolorization. This report is a project of the Color Measurement & Control Task Group of the Pulp Bleaching Committee of TAPPI's Pulp Manufacture Division. 1996. 150 pages, spiral bound.

Item Number: 0101R264 * ISBN: 0898523354

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Elemental Chlorine Free Bleaching: A TAPPI PRESS Anthology of Published Papers

Edited by Katherine A. Kulas, Ph.D.

This anthology details actual mill conversions to ECF Bleaching. Thirty-nine technical papers from around the world have been included. The anthology will be particularly useful to mills beginning or going through ECF conversions to meet the EPA Cluster Rules. It will also be a valuable troubleshooting guide for mills that have already converted. 1999. 408 pages, soft cover.

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Item Number: 0101R283 * ISBN: 0898523621

List: $120 * Member: $80

Forest Products Chemistry

Edited by Per Stenius

Volume 3 of the Papermaking Science and Technology Series, published by the Finnish Paper Engineers' Association and TAPPI. This comprehensive text covers the basics of forest products chemistry, beginning with an overview of the structure and chemical composition of wood. The basic chemical processes taking place during wood delignification are also covered, as well as analytical methods for the control of chemical processes. The fundamentals of surface science, physical chemistry of macromolecular solutions, and the properties of colloids are also discussed. The book concludes with a chapter on brightness reversion. 2000. 350 pages, hard cover.

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Item Number: 0202FIN03 * ISBN: 9525216039

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Forest Resources and Sustainable Management

See page 17.

The Functional Analysis of Lignins and Their Derivatives

by G. F. Zakis, translation edited by T. Joyce and R. Brezny

In this English translation of the 1987 Russian text by G. F. Zakis of the Latvian Academy of Sciences in Riga, Latvia, Zakis addresses the problems concerning the chemical analysis of lignin, which are of ever-increasing interest to the research community. Thirty of the most thoroughly tested and accepted methods for the chemical analysis of lignin functional groups are described in detail. 1994. 102 pages, soft cover.

Item Number: 0101R194 * ISBN: 0898522587

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Kraft Pulping

Edited by A. Mimms, M.J. Kocurek, J.A. Pyatte, and E.E. Wright

Liberally illustrated with over 130 diagrams and photographs, this book includes basic formulas and diagrams to explain the structure of wood, variables affecting the quality and handling of wood chips, pulping chemistry and equipment, the pulping process, and black liquor recovery. Includes a glossary of frequently used terms. 1993. 204 pages, soft cover.

Item Number: 0101R171 * ISBN: 0898523222

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TAPPI Kraft Pulp Yield Anthology CD-ROM

This fully searchable CD-ROM contains more than 100 papers presented at TAPPI events or published in TAPPI JOURNAL. The papers are organized into major topic areas for easy reference. Sections include:

* Yield fundamentals and measurement

* Wood and its relationship to kraft pulp yield

* Pretreatments to increase kraft pulp yield

* Developments in kraft pulping technology

* The use of oxygen delignification to improve kraft pulp yield

* Alternative kraft pulping chemistries

* Mill experiences 2002. CD-ROM

System Requirements:

Intel Pentium[R] & reg processor, Microsoft Windows XP[R], Me[R], 2000[R], NT 4.0[R] with Service Pack 5[R]; or later, 98 Second Edition[R] or 95 Service Release 2[R]; (OSR2) 64MB RAM, 24MB hard drive space for installation, CD-ROM drive, 70MB additional hard drive space for Asian fonts (optional)

Item Number: KPYACD-02 * ISBN: 1930657862

List: $90 * Member: $60

Site License available, see page 7 for details.

Site License Item Number: KPYACD-02SITE

List: $1500 * Member: $1000

Management and Control of Wax and Stickies

Edited by M.R. Doshi and J.M. Dyer

In its third edition, this booklet presents the various developments in the area of wax and stickie control in a concise yet comprehensive manner. The booklet's six chapters cover the following topics: properties and control of wax; stickie classification; quantification of stickies; strategies to combat stickies; and the modification of adhesives. 1994. 54 pages, soft cover.

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Item Number: 08PPRMGT * ISBN: 0965744728

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Mechanical Pulps: From Wood To Bleached Pulp

by Johannes Kappel

This volume provides a comprehensive summary of the entire mechanical pulping process. Throughout the eleven chapters, the author provides an overview of the processes and machinery used in mechanical pulping, while focusing on practical applications. The book is filled with helpful diagrams and illustrations to aid understanding and features extensive references. 1999. 396 pages, soft cover.

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Item Number: 0101R278 * ISBN: 0898523540

List: $138 * Member: $93

Mechanical Pulping

Edited by M.J. Kocurek

This is the second of ten volumes in the Pulp and Paper Manufacture Series, published by the Joint Textbook Committee of the Paper Industry. The book's 22 chapters are divided into three sections: Stone Groundwood, Refiner Pulping, and Pulp Processing. The text features numerous tables, charts, and illustrations, in addition to extensive references and a complete subject index. A listing of mechanical pulping descriptions and their generally accepted abbreviations is also included. 1987. 281 pages, hard cover.

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Item Number: 0202MS02 * ISBN: 0919893406

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Mechanical Pulping

Edited by Jan Sundholm

Mechanical Pulping is the fifth volume in the Papermaking Science and Technology Series, published by TAPPI and the Finnish Paper Engineers' Association. This book contains the work of 28 mechanical pulping industry experts and covers both the fundamentals and practical technology of mechanical pulping. It will be a valuable reference for students as well as scientists and engineers. 1999. 428 pages, hard cover.

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Item Number: 0202FIN05 * ISBN: 9525216055

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Organochlorine Compounds in Bleach Plant Effluents--Genesis and Control

by Pratima Bajpai and Pramod Bajpai

This publication discusses the generation and environmental impact of organochlorine compounds and the various approaches used to minimize their generation, both at the source and end-of-pipe. The contents include chapters on kraft pulp bleaching and effluent characteristics, environmental impact of organochlorine compounds, and measures to reduce chlorinated organics. Published by PIRA. 1996. 108 pages, soft cover.

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Item Number: 37PIRAOC * ISBN: 1858021650

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Paper Recycling Challenge Volume III: Process Technology

Edited by M.R. Doshi and J.M. Dyer

The third book in the Paper Recycling Challenge series, this volume covers all unit operations of paper recycling. Twenty-eight industry experts contributed to the volume's 19 chapters. Published by Doshi & Associates, Inc. 1998. 288 pages, soft cover.

Item Number: 08PPRPRCPT * ISBN: 0965744736

List: $105 * Member: $105

The Practical Identification of Wood Pulp Fibers

by Russell A. Parham and Richard L. Gray

This reference source is designed to help fiber analysts identify wood fibers in pulp and paper products. The text describes 33 softwood and 43 hardwood species. 1982. 212 pages, soft cover.

Item Number: 0101R100 * ISBN: 0898524008

List: $140 * Member: $95

Properties of Fibrous Raw Materials and Their Preparation for Pulping

Edited by C.F.B. Stevens and M.J. Kocurek.

This is the first of ten volumes in The Pulp and Paper Manufacture Series, published by the Joint Textbook Committee of the Paper Industry. This text is divided into three sections: structure, chemistry and physical properties of woody raw materials; preparation of woody fiber raw material; and overview of non-wood plant fibers. This comprehensive text contains 28 chapters plus extensive references and a complete subject index. 1983. 174 pages, hard cover.

Item Number: 0202MS01 * ISBN: 0919893074

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Pulp and Paper From Radiata Pine

Pulp and Paper from Radiata Pine is a reference book that serves as both a history and a summary of the pulping and papermaking of Pinus radiata, a major source of fiber for the pulp and paper industry in New Zealand, Australia, and Chile. It brings together the vast amount of pulp and paper research work that has been carried out on radiata pine and combines it with relevant industrial experience in the pulp and paper process of this important species. It will be of great value to younger technical people who work in the industry and may provide production and technical staff with solutions to technical problems. Published by Appita and Forest Research. 2002. 480 pages, hard cover.

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Item Number: 08PPRP * ISBN: 0958554854

List: $230 * Member: $230

Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice

Edited by Carlton W. Dence and Douglas W. Reeve

This text covers fundamentals and processes from chemical composition of pulp to technology, production, and the environmental impact of bleaching. Designed as a textbook and reference book, Pulp Bleaching: Principles and Practice explains what bleaching is, why pulp is bleached, and how bleaching is done. The book also features discussions on several "hot topics" in pulp bleaching, including elemental chlorine free bleaching, totally chlorine free bleaching, enzyme assisted bleaching, and bleaching of recycled fiber. In addition, the book is key word indexed and each chapter contains extensive references. 1996. 880 pages, hard cover.

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Item Number: 0102B061 * ISBN: 0898520630

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Recent Advance in Paper Recycling--Stickies

One of the chief challenges in paper recycling - stickies, is addressed in this 190+ page book. Its 13 chapters are divided into 5 parts:

* Introduction

* Quantification and analysis

* Separation technology

* Deposits and pacification

* Recycling compatible adhesives

More than 30 experts from around the world contributed to this book. Published by Doshi & Associates, Inc. 2002. 198 pages, soft cover.

Item Number: 08RAPRS * ISBN: 0965744752

List: $95 * Member: $95

Recycled Fiber and Deinking

Edited by Lothar Gottsching and Heikki Pakarinen

Recycled Fiber and Deinking is the seventh of 19 volumes in the Papermaking Science and Technology Series, published by the Finnish Paper Engineers' Association and TAPPI. This comprehensive volume covers the entire path taken by recovered paper, from its collection and sorting through processing into new paper. The book also includes the recycling of process residues, their combustion for energy recovery, or their disposal in landfill sites. 2000. 650 pages, hard cover.

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Item Number: 0202FIN07 * ISBN: 9525216071

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Recycled Paper Technology: An Anthology of Published Papers

Compiled by M.R. Doshi

This book is a compilation of 61 articles published previously in Progress in Paper Recycling, a peer-reviewed quarterly journal dedicated to the science and technology of paper recycling. The papers, selected by Mahendra Doshi, the journal's technical editor, represent the work of 57 authors. Includes extensive references as well as author and subject indexes. 1994. 342 pages, soft cover.

Item Number: 0101R237 * ISBN: 089852282X

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Recycled Paper Handbook

See page 41.

Recycling: A TAPPI PRESS Anthology of Published Papers, 1992-1997

Edited by Said Abubakr, Ph.D.

This comprehensive anthology provides a single source for understanding the latest in contaminant removal and recycling technology. More than 90 papers presented at TAPPI events or published in TAPPI JOURNAL or the Journal of Pulp and Paper Science from 1992-1997 are included. The papers are organized into major topic areas for easy reference. 1997. 670 pages, soft cover, two volume set.

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Item Number: 0101R268 * ISBN: 0898523397

List: $144 * Member: $96

Secondary Fiber Recycling

Edited by Richard J. Spangenberg

This valuable reference provides a comprehensive look at today's technology on secondary fiber recycling. Written to benefit professionals with either formal engineering training or direct operating experience, this text offers an introduction to the recycling of recovered paper. This 23-chapter book contains over 300 figures and tables and represents the work of more than 30 technical experts. 1993. 268 pages, hard cover.

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Item Number: 0101R201 * ISBN: 0898522676

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Secondary Fibers and Nonwood Pulping

Edited by M.J. Kocurek, F. Hamilton and B. Leopold

This is the third of ten volumes in the Pulp and Paper Manufacture Series, published by the Joint Textbook Committee of the Paper Industry. The book's 21 chapters are divided into two parts. The text features numerous tables, charts, and illustrations, in addition to extensive references and a complete subject index. 1987. 266 pages, hard cover.

Item Number: 0202MS03 * ISBN: 0919893376

List: $45 * Member: $45

Sulfite Science and Technology

Edited by M.J. Kocurek, O.V. Ingruber, and A. Wong

This is the fourth of ten volumes in the Pulp and Paper Manufacture Series, published by the Joint Textbook Committee of the Paper Industry. The book's ten chapters are divided into two parts. The text features numerous tables, charts, and illustrations, in addition to extensive references and a complete subject index. 1985. 352 pages, hard cover.

Item Number: 0202MS04 * ISBN: 0919893228

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A Unified Theory of Refining Pulp and Paper Technology Series, No. 6

by Alan J. Pearson

Contents include:

* Development of a united theory of refining

* Application of the proposed theory to softwood pulping

* Application of the proposed theory to hardwood pulping

* Beating and refining of chemical pulp, future of mechanical pulping, history of research in the Australian newsprint industry 1990. 128 pages, soft cover.

Item Number: 0101JT06 * ISBN: 0919893791

List: $18 * Member: $18

Wood Chemistry Fundamentals and Applications, Second Edition

by Eero Sjostrjom

This comprehensive text presents a logical account of wood chemistry with an emphasis on practical applications. Contents include: the structure of wood, carbohydrate chemistry, wood polysaccharides, lignin, extractives, bark, wood pulping, pulp bleaching, cellulose derivatives, wood-based chemicals and pulping byproducts. Published by Academic Press. 1993. 294 pages, hard cover.

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Item Number: 08APWCFA * ISBN: 0126474818

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Wood Fibers and Paper Structure-Practical Papermaking Series CD-ROM

See page 34.

Wood Quality Factors in Loblolly Pine

by Robert A. Megraw

A valuable information source for students interested in wood quality and experienced personnel in the forest biology and paper science industries. Presents important concepts in concise and understandable terms. 1985. 96 pages, hard cover.

Item Number: 0102B048 * ISBN: 0898520487

List: $60 * Member: $41

RELATED ARTICLE: Anthraquinone Pulping: A TAPPI PRESS Anthology of Published Papers

Edited by Gopal C. Goyal

This anthology contains 93 technical papers covering all aspects of the use of anthraquinone (AQ) in different pulping processes. In this unique collection of papers, the editor has compiled information on the use of anthraquinone in soda, kraft, and sulfite processes to reduce active alkali charge, H-factor and to achieve lower Kappa (extended deliginification) pulp.

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The book is divided into five sections:

* Kraft/soda and anthraquinone pulping

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RELATED ARTICLE: The Nature and Reactions of Lignin--A New Paradigm

by Kaj G. Forss and Kaj-Erik Fremer

Lignin, which represents nearly one-third of plant tissues, is a key participant in the formation and transformation of organic material in the biosphere. Its reactions play a vital role in the manufacture of paper. It is believed that lignin is a single polymer formed through random reactions outside genetic control and that it cannot be described by an exact formula. The authors show that lignin is not one polymer but a group of lignins. In the conifer Norway spruce a polymer, which they call glycolignin, constitutes some 85 percent of the lignins. Glycolignin is described as an ordered polymer. The development of a three-dimensional formula is described step by step. This formula enables glycolignin reactions (including color formation) to be described quantitatively and kinetically. 2003. Published by the authors. 555 pages, hard cover. Book will be shipped from Finland. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.

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