P-hydroxyphenyl, monolignol structural
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P-hydroxyphenyl groups, resistant lignin 714

P-hydroxyphenylpropane units

– lignin 165

– molecular structure 32

– wheat straw 209

A-hydroxysulfonates, formation 423

Hygiene papers, utilization rate 1168

Hypochlorite

– consumption 831

– oxidation capacity (OXE) 613

Hypochlorous acid 737

– excess 739

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+I-effect, lignin degradation 790

Image analysis, pulp 1274

Impco HI-Q Fine Screen 601

Impco HI-Q Knotter, GL&V 602

impregnation 208–209

– acid sulfite pulping process chemistry 428

– axial 154

– continuous cooking process step 378

Index

– displacement cooking process step 369

– effect on delgnification uniformity

158–162

– Kazi and Chornet diffusion model

151–158

– kraft cooking mass transfer 122–123

– lignin mass balance of Eucalyptus globulus

– radial 155

– refiner process 1103

– sulfite chemical pulping 403–405

– two-vessel MCC® system 385

Impurities, pulp 708

in-digester washing 557–558

In-situcau sticization 992

Incineration

– pulp sample 1220

– single elements determination 1221

index of nonuniformity 1241–1242, 1251

Industrial oxygen delignification

– base case parameters 695

– prediction model 688–701

Infeed rings, debarkers 79

Inhibitors

– ozone 788

– ozone generation 788

Initial NaOH charge, in relation to kappa

Number and selectivity 480

Initial phase

– chlorine dioxide selectivity 761

– kraft pulping reactions overview 183–184

Initiators, ozone generation 788

inorganic compounds 1033–1037

– black liquor composition 968

– cellulose protection/degradation 668–671

– commercial paper-grade pulp 1014

– pulp 1219–1224

– woods 39–41

inorganic reactions, kraft pulping 184–185

Integral level, wood characterization 21

Intercellular layer, cell components 44

Interstage washing 948

intra-stage circulation, liquor 888–890

Intramolecular formation, epoxides 171

Intramolecular hydrogen bond, cleavage 941

Intrinsic viscosity 1250

– as function of H-factor 357

– as function of P-factor 353

– as function of residual EA 270, 272, 302

– CED 451

– in relation to pulp strength for kraft

Softwood pulp 236

Inverse size-exclusion chromatography 1053

Ion diffusion, effect of pressure steaming 149

Ionic strength

– effect on kraft cooking kinetics models

– effect on modified kraft cooking 244–248

Iron, removal 862

Iron (III) salts, cotton bleaching 709

Iron sodium tartrate 1241

Irregular piles, wood log storage 1076

ISEC see inverse size-exclusion

Chromatography

ISO Standard method

– brightness measurement 610

– see also brightness

Isoflavones, hardwoods 38

Isoprene units, terpenes 35

Isotherm, Langmuir 519

Isothermal cooking see ITC

ITC 9, 269–274, 297, 695

– brightness gain in relation to consumed

OXE 273

– process steps and flow regime 387

– single-vessel hydraulic digester 386

– technology and equipment 386–388

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Jack pine, carbohydrate composition of sulfite

And kraft pulp 470

Japan

– legislation 1198

– recovered paper grades 1161, 1163



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