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Question 1: Once the water is forced from the sheet, felt (not to be confused with the traditional ________) is used to collect the water.
Textile printingWeavingFeltTextile

Question 2: Mechanical pulping does not remove the ________, so the yield is very high, >95%, but also causes paper made from this pulp to yellow and become brittle over time.
Cell wallPlantLigninFungus

Question 3: Fish paper (________ fibres for electrical insulation)
OlmecVulcanizationNatural rubberCross-link

Question 4: China used paper as an effective and cheap alternative to silk, letting them sell more silk, leading to a ________.
CyclopsHeraGreek mythologyGolden Age

Question 5: To write or print on: the piece of paper becomes a document; this may be for keeping a record (or in the case of printing from a computer or copying from another paper: an additional record) and for ________; see also reading.
Scientific methodCommunicationSocial sciencesMicrobiology

Question 6: In 1844, both Canadian inventor ________ and German inventor F.G.
Friedrich Gottlob KellerCharles FenertyPulp (paper)Paper

Question 7:
  • because one is mute or the other is ________
    PresbycusisHearing impairmentSensorineural hearing lossTinnitus

Question 8:
  • for personal use: ________, note to remind oneself, etc.; for temporary personal use: scratch paper
    Online diaryDiaryBlogIslamic Golden Age

Question 9: By mixing with water and applying mechanical action the ________ bonds in the paper can be broken and fibres separated again.
HeliumOxygenNitrogenHydrogen

Question 10: It is produced by pressing together moist fibers, typically ________ pulp derived from wood, rags or grasses, and drying them into flexible sheets.
CelluloseStarchGlucoseSucrose
















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