[Alt-photo] sulphite papers
siegfriedrempel at gmail.com
Mon Jan 15 15:57:37 UTC 2018
Properly processed fibers from wood and non-bast fiber sources can be used
as evidenced by the commercial photo paper manufactures having used these
fiber sources for years.
Its quite possible that there are papers among your list that that will be
archival and non-reactive with the light sensitive solutions we are using.
On Mon, Jan 15, 2018 at 8:14 AM, Christina Z. Anderson via
Alt-photo-process-list <alt-photo-process-list at lists.altphotolist.org>
> Dear List,
> Still working on paper testing and I had a question. Below is a list of
> paper content that I have come across in 100+ papers.
> I understand that gampi, kozo, cotton, linen, and mitsumata fibers are all
> excellent and archival papers.
> I am unclear about sulphite, bamboo, cellulose, high alpha cellulose.
> This may be a question for an archivist (Kim DuBoise?).
> Does anyone know the archival life of a wood pulp, sulphite paper, or
> cellulose paper as compared to a cotton paper?
> 10% cotton/ 90% cellulose
> 100% alpha cellulose
> 100% cellulose
> 100% gampi
> 100% kozo
> 100% linen
> 100% mitsumata
> 100% rag
> 100% sulphite
> 15% cotton/85% alpha cellulose
> 25% cotton/75% sulphite
> 30% post-consumer materials
> 50% cotton
> 50% cotton/50% sulphite
> 50% kozo/50% sulphite
> 60% cotton/40% linen
> 60% cotton/40% sulphite
> 75% cotton, 25% high alpha cellulose
> 75% cotton/25% esparto
> 85% cotton/15% linen
> 90% bamboo 10% rag
> 90% bamboo/10% cotton
> Cotton and synthetic fibers
> Cotton/high alpha cellulose
> Linen and cotton rag
> Recycled chemical wood
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