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Nº.60. Study “Pinus strobus L.” for cellulose use


Nº.60. Study “Pinus strobus L.” for cellulose use
Nº.60. Study “Pinus strobus L.” for cellulose use

E. Carderera

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E. Carderera

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Publication year: 1952

Language: Spanish, with summaries in English, French and German

Subjects: Forestry, Technologies

Collection: IFIE Publications, IFIE Serial Monographs

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This species, introduced in Spain, has been planted in the coastal forest zone of the North and Northwest of the country. Employed for pulp in commercial scale, it could represent a new species in this zone of forest trees, apt for the ground wood and pulp fabrication, especially in the provinces of Vizcaya and Guipúzcoa where there already established many paper mills.
It has been studied, from the histologic and chemical point of view the wood of species, comparing the results with the parallel studies effectuate with the wood P. radiata, proceeding from the same Spanish forest zone. There have been obtained positive results as to length and width of the fibre, high content of cellulose and low content of resin; in all factors in favour of the obtencion of economic pulp of good quality

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Physical Description : 19 p; 17x24; il.

Publication: Madrid : Instituto Forestal de Investigaciones y Experiencias (IFIE) coordinado con el Patronato Juan de la Cierva del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 1952

Reference INIA: IFIE BO-60

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