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Non-alkaline bleaching of wood pulp using pulsed RF dielectric heating: comparison with pulsed microwave enhanced bleaching

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Non-alkaline bleaching of thermo-mechanical pulps using 40 MHz RF dielectric capacitor heating is described. Experimental data obtained under RF irradiation are compared with non-alkaline bleaching under pulsed microwave at 2.45 GHz. Optimal processing time is determined. Effectiveness of non-alkaline bleaching of TMP in RF is shown to be close to that in microwave. Neither microwave nor RF irradiation, under non-alkaline bleaching conditions, is shown to result in detriment to the physical properties of the pulp.

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2001-11-01
2016-12-08

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