Paper made from pulp containing little or no acid
so it resists deterioration from age. Also called alkaline paper, archival
paper, neutral pH paper, permanent paper, and thesis paper.
Durable and lightweight paper
commonly used for letterheads and business stationery.
A heavy printing paper used to cover books, make
presentation folders, etc.; A heavyweight paper commonly used for covers of
books, brochures, catalogs and folders; Category of thick paper used for
products such as posters, menus, folders and covers of paperback books. A
category of papers that are thicker, usually used as the cover of books and
magazines since they are sturdier and more resistant to wear and tear.
Surface characteristics of paper.
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