Papermaking

Papermaking

Paper was invented more than two thousand years ago.

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Keywords

papermaking, paper, manufacture, cellulose, fibre, tree, recycling, wood production, forest destroying, environmental pollution, paper goods, beta-D-glucose, glucose, water, polysaccharide, energy, environment, technology

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