Standard: PAPTAC - K.2
STANDARD TERMS USED IN THE ALKALINE KRAFT PULPING PROCESS
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This method groups together terms in relation to their application. Many of the terms imply an analytical procedure in their definition. The grouping separates these terms into (a) the elements sodium and sulphur (Sections II and III) and (b) anions (Section IV). The elements sodium and sulphur are of main importance in making material balances, while the anions are referred to chiefly in connection with conversion efficiencies.
Definition of terms in Sections II, III and IV are dependent on the methods of analysis employed. Some terms have been excluded because suitable analytical techniques are not available to recommend as standards for their measurement. Black liquor presents a particular problem in this respect. Methods for the analysis of white and green liquors, implied in the following definitions are issued as PAPTAC Standards J.12.
|Organization:||Pulp and Paper Technical Association of Canada, Formerly CPPA|
|Change Type:||COMPLETE REVISION|
|Most Recent Revision:||YES|