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- Vol. 27, 2012 - No. 5 - pag. 860
Contents of Nordic Pulp & Paper Research Journal    
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 technology, new fiber-based materials, recovery and by-products from pulping processes, bio-refining and energy issues related to forest industry.

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BIOREFINERY
Mild steam explosion: A way to activate wood for enzymatic treatment, chemical pulping and biorefinery processes 828
Kerstin Jedvert, Yan Wang, Anna Saltberg, Gunnar Henriksson, Mikael E. Lindström and Hans Theliander 
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MECHANICAL PULPING
Estimating the area and number of bar crossings between refiner plates 836
Ali Elahimehr, James A. Olson, D. Mark Martinez, Jens Heymer 
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MECHANICAL PULPING
The influence of fiber dimensions on mechanical pulp long fiber tensile index and density 844
Sofia Reyier Österling, Olof Ferritsius, and Rita Ferritsius 
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MECHANICAL PULPING
Development of TMP fibers in LC- and HC- refining 860
Rita Ferritsius, Sofia Reyier Österling, Olof Ferritsius 
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MECHANICAL PULPING
Fibre and fines quality development in pilot scale high and low consistency refining of ATMP 872
Dmitri Gorski, Kathrin Mörseburg, James Olson and Antti Luukkonen 
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MECHANICAL PULPING
Low consistency refining of mechanical pulp: Relationships between refiner operating conditions and pulp properties 882
Antti Luukkonen, James A. Olson, and D. Mark Martinez 
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CHEMICAL PULPING
The dependency of energy consumption on cutting angles in the canter chipping process 886
Helen Lusth, Per A. Gradin and Lisbeth M. Hellström 
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CHEMICAL PULPING
Further insights into extended-impregnation kraft cooking of birch 890
Helena Wedin, Juha Fiskari, Kari Kovasin, Martin Ragnar, and Mikael E. Lindström 
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CHEMICAL PULPING
Modeling vapor - liquid equilibria of kraft pulp mill condensates containing methanol, turpentine and total reduced sulphur (TRS) components 900
Markku Kuosa, Juha-Pekka Pokki, Heikki Jaakkola, Carl-Gustav Berg, Marjatta Louhi-Kultanen 
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PAPER CHEMISTRY
Prediction of breaks caused by lipophilic extractives using on-line turbidity measurement 910
Cédric Cael, Lyne Desharnais, Stéphane Dumarçay, Marie-José Stébé, Thierry Delagoutte, Armand Klem and Philippe Gérardin 
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PAPER CHEMISTRY
Polyelectrolyte multilayering of fibers with different polymer combinations and a comparison of its effect on paper strength with a conventional dry strength agent treatment 915
Seong Min Chin, Hye Jung Youn, Jaeho Ryu, and Kyujeong Sim 
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PAPER PHYSICS
Influence of Jack pine earlywood and latewood fibers on paper properties 923
Fang Huang, Robert Lanouette and Kwei-Nam Law 
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PAPER PHYSICS
Determinations of bubble size distribution of foam-fibre mixture using circular hough transform 930
Timo Lappalainen and Jani Lehmonen 
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PAPER PHYSICS
An experimental study of the turbulent mixing layer in concentrated fiber suspensions 940
Julia Claesson, Tomas Wikström, and Anders Rasmuson 
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PAPER PHYSICS
Evaluation of furnishes for tissue manufacturing; wet pressing 947
Johan Kullander, Lars Nilsson and Christophe Barbier 
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PAPER PHYSICS
X-ray microtomography measurements of paper surface roughness 952
Jingmei Li and Sheldon I. Green 
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PAPER PHYSICS
A method for measurement of the directional emittance of paper in the infrared wavelength range 958
Caroline Hyll, Hannes Vomhoff, and Lars Mattsson 
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PAPER PHYSICS
Modeling spatial reflection from an uncoated printing paper using Monte Carlo simulation 968
Damir Modrić, Katja Petric Maretić and Aleš Hladnik 
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