Pulp: A cellulose fiber material from which paper is made. The cellulose fiber can come from wood, straw, cotton, hemp, bamboo, reeds and various other materials. It can be produced by mechanically or chemically means.
One of the most confusing aspects of paper weights is called the Basis, Substance (Sub.) or the pound (#) specification. In dealing with paper, these terms mean basically the same thing. Paper manufacturers name the weights a little different sometimes. Most likely you have heard of the term “20 lb copy paper”. The 20lb copy paper is the most widely used paper for copiers, fax machines and where printing needs a minimal quality paper for printing. It is also low in cost and performs well when printing on one side only. On the label previously shown you will notice Basis Weight. Many sheets will be what are called comparative weight papers and so the previous label could also have read “20/50 lb”. Why would that be? It is because a 20 lb Bond sheet is the same weight and thickness as a 50 lb. Text / Offset sheet. The basis weights specified are based on the parent size sheet they were converted from.
The first tranche of UK focussed dietetic specific terms are now available. These diagnosis terms support dietitians to record their unique contribution to patient care. They are suitable for use in paper or electronic records and are available in SNOMED CT and CTV3 electronic terminologies. For further information on using the Process see the relevant . Materials including a presentation and case studies using the Process and diagnosis terms are