Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
Pulp and Paper Technology
Dr. Truman Pascoe
Ten cooks were carried out after an acceptable experimental procedure was found.
The brightness obtained was extremely high when compared to conventional cooks. All cooks gave a very low permanganate number. The yield ranged from 60 percent to 54 percent with 58 to 96 percent peracetic acid on the oven dry weight of the chips.
Dillman, Robert F., "Peracetic Acid Pulping of Aspen Chips" (1966). Paper Engineering Senior Theses. 148.