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definitions - paper

paper (n.)

1.a soft thin absorbent paper for use in toilets

2.a speech that is open to the public"he attended a lecture on telecommunications"

3.paper used for writing or printing

4.the physical object that is the product of a newspaper publisher"when it began to rain he covered his head with a newspaper"

5.a medium for written communication"the notion of an office running without paper is absurd"

6.a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements"he read his newspaper at breakfast"

7.a scholarly article describing the results of observations or stating hypotheses"he has written many scientific papers"

8.an essay (especially one written as an assignment)"he got an A on his composition"

9.a business firm that publishes newspapers"Murdoch owns many newspapers"

10.a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses

11.a set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge"when the test was stolen the professor had to make a new set of questions"

paper (adj.)

1.made of paper"they wore paper hats at the party"

2.(of books) having a flexible binding

paper (v. trans.)

1.cover with wallpaper

2.cover with paper"paper the box"

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PaperPa"per (pā"pẽr), n. [F. papier, fr. L. papyrus papyrus, from which the Egyptians made a kind of paper, Gr. pa`pyros. Cf. Papyrus.]
1. A substance in the form of thin sheets or leaves intended to be written or printed on, or to be used in wrapping. It is made of rags, straw, bark, wood, or other fibrous material, which is first reduced to pulp, then molded, pressed, and dried.

2. A sheet, leaf, or piece of such substance.

3. A printed or written instrument; a document, essay, or the like; a writing; as, a paper read before a scientific society.

They brought a paper to me to be signed. Dryden.

4. A printed sheet appearing periodically; a newspaper; a journal; as, a daily paper.

5. Negotiable evidences of indebtedness; notes; bills of exchange, and the like; as, the bank holds a large amount of his paper.

6. Decorated hangings or coverings for walls, made of paper. See Paper hangings, below.

7. A paper containing (usually) a definite quantity; as, a paper of pins, tacks, opium, etc.

8. A medicinal preparation spread upon paper, intended for external application; as, cantharides paper.

9. pl. Documents establishing a person's identity, or status, or attesting to some right, such as the right to drive a vehicle; as, the border guard asked for his papers.

☞ Paper is manufactured in sheets, the trade names of which, together with the regular sizes in inches, are shown in the following table. But paper makers vary the size somewhat.

In the manufacture of books, etc., a sheet, of whatever size originally, is termed, when folded once, a folio; folded twice, a quarto, or 4to; three times, an octavo, or 8vo; four times, a sextodecimo, or 16mo; five times, a 32mo; three times, with an offcut folded twice and set in, a duodecimo, or 12mo; four times, with an offcut folded three times and set in, a 24mo.

Paper is often used adjectively or in combination, having commonly an obvious signification; as, paper cutter or paper-cutter; paper knife, paper-knife, or paperknife; paper maker, paper-maker, or papermaker; paper mill or paper-mill; paper weight, paper-weight, or paperweight, etc.

Business paper, checks, notes, drafts, etc., given in payment of actual indebtedness; -- opposed to accommodation paper. -- Fly paper, paper covered with a sticky preparation, -- used for catching flies. -- Laid paper. See under Laid. -- Paper birch (Bot.), the canoe birch tree (Betula papyracea). -- Paper blockade, an ineffective blockade, as by a weak naval force. -- Paper boat (Naut.), a boat made of water-proof paper. -- Paper car wheel (Railroad), a car wheel having a steel tire, and a center formed of compressed paper held between two plate-iron disks. Forney. -- Paper credit, credit founded upon evidences of debt, such as promissory notes, duebills, etc. -- Paper hanger, one who covers walls with paper hangings. -- Paper hangings, paper printed with colored figures, or otherwise made ornamental, prepared to be pasted against the walls of apartments, etc.; wall paper. -- Paper house, an audience composed of people who have come in on free passes. [Cant] -- Paper money, notes or bills, usually issued by government or by a banking corporation, promising payment of money, and circulated as the representative of coin. -- Paper mulberry. (Bot.) See under Mulberry. -- Paper muslin, glazed muslin, used for linings, etc. -- Paper nautilus. (Zoöl.) See Argonauta. -- Paper reed (Bot.), the papyrus. -- Paper sailor. (Zoöl.) See Argonauta. -- Paper stainer, one who colors or stamps wall paper. De Colange. -- Paper wasp (Zoöl.), any wasp which makes a nest of paperlike material, as the yellow jacket. -- Paper weight, any object used as a weight to prevent loose papers from being displaced by wind, or otherwise. -- on paper. (a) in writing; as, I would like to see that on paper. (b) in theory, though not necessarily in paractice. (c) in the design state; planned, but not yet put into practice. -- Parchment paper. See Papyrine. -- Tissue paper, thin, gauzelike paper, such as is used to protect engravings in books. -- Wall paper. Same as Paper hangings, above. -- Waste paper, paper thrown aside as worthless or useless, except for uses of little account. -- Wove paper, a writing paper with a uniform surface, not ribbed or watermarked. -- paper tiger, a person or group that appears to be powerful and dangerous but is in fact weak and ineffectual.

paperpa"per (pā"pẽr), a.
1. Of or pertaining to paper; made of paper; resembling paper.

2. Existing only on paper; unsubstantial; as, a paper box; a paper army; a paper tiger.

paperpa"per, v. t. [imp. & p. p. papered (pā"pẽrd); p. pr. & vb. n. papering.]
1. To cover or line with paper, especially with wallpaper; to furnish with paper hangings; to wallpaper; as, to paper a room or a house.

2. To fold or inclose in paper.

3. To put on paper; to make a memorandum of. [Obs.]

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synonyms - paper

paper (n.) (jurisprudence)

case file  (jurisprudence), document  (jurisprudence), record  (jurisprudence)

paper (n.) (ellipsis)

newspaper, news  (ellipsis), papers  (ellipsis)

paper (v. trans.)

wall, wallpaper

see also - paper

phrases

-Green Paper • Paper Chromatography • Paper-bag • White Paper • art paper • brown paper • carbon paper • commercial paper • computer paper • government paper • green paper • letter paper • made of paper • of paper • on paper • order paper • paper aeroplane • paper bag • paper barrel • paper birch • paper boy • paper chain • paper chase • paper chromatography • paper clip • paper cup • paper currency • paper cutter • paper doll • paper electrophoresis • paper fastener • paper feed • paper feed guide • paper flower • paper gold • paper handkerchief • paper knife • paper loss • paper mill • paper money • paper mulberry • paper nautilus • paper pattern • paper pellet • paper plant • paper plate • paper profit • paper round • paper route • paper rush • paper sculpture • paper shape • paper tape • paper thin • paper tiger • paper towel • paper toweling • paper trail • paper wasp • paper white • paper-back book • paper-band • paper-clip • paper-cutter • paper-folding • paper-knife • paper-mache • paper-pusher • paper-wasp • party paper • piece of paper • rough paper • school paper • silver paper • white paper • yellow paper daisy

analogical dictionary


paper[QuiEstFaitDe]

paper (adj.)


 

unbound[Ant.]

bound[Similaire]

paper (adj.)










publishing[Domaine]

Text[Domaine]

paper (n.)


factotum[Domaine]

Paper[Domaine]

medium[Hyper.]

page, place[Element]

paper (n.)







 

travail scolaire (fr)[ClasseParExt.]

activité de l'écolier (fr)[ClasseParExt.]

épreuve (examen, concours) (fr)[Classe]

verification; control; supervision; checking; check; checkout; check-out procedure[Classe]

chose s'opposant et devant être surmontée (fr)[ClasseParExt.]

examination; exam; test[Classe]

expérimenter (fr)[Classe]

examen scolaire (fr)[Thème]

épreuve destinée à mesurer la compétence (fr)[Thème]

(fight; conflict; struggle; battle; action; combat; hassle; scuffle; tussle; rough-and-tumble; dogfight; scrimmage; clash), (dummy; dummy movement; feint maneuver; feint manoeuvre; sham maneuver; sham manoeuvre; feint)[Thème]

(box-office success; prosperity; seller; smash; blockbuster; megahit; smash hit)[Caract.]

factotum[Domaine]

Communication[Domaine]

TestForm[Domaine]

Investigating[Domaine]

industry[Domaine]

act, deed, human action, human activity - submit, take, undergo - examine - ask, challenge, query, question - investigate, look into - score - estimate, evaluate, judge, pass judgment[Hyper.]

communicate, intercommunicate - communicate, pass, pass along, pass on, put across, put across/over - communicate - communicational - test, trial - mental test, mental testing, psychometric test, test - exam, examination, paper, study, test - examinee, testee - examination, testing - quiz - examiner, quizzer, tester - examination, interrogation, interrogatory - investigation, probe - testing - examen, examination - test, trial, trial run, tryout - attempter, essayer, trier[Dérivé]

quiz, test - test - test[Domaine]

assay, attempt, endeavor, endeavour, essay, seek, try, try out[Analogie]

paper (n.)




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Paper is a thin material mainly used for writing upon, printing upon or for packaging. It is produced by pressing together moist fibers, typically cellulose pulp derived from wood, rags or grasses, and drying them into flexible sheets.

Paper is a versatile material with many uses. Whilst the most common is for writing and printing upon, it is also widely used as a packaging material, in many cleaning products, in a number of industrial and construction processes, and occasionally as a food ingredient, particularly in Asian cultures.

Contents

History

The word paper derives from the Greek term for the ancient Egyptian writing material called papyrus, which was formed from beaten strips of papyrus plants. The immediate predecessor to modern paper is believed to have originated in China in approximately the 2nd century AD, although there is some evidence for it being used before this date. Papermaking is considered to be one of the Four Great Inventions of Ancient China, since the first papermaking process was developed in China during the early 2nd century AD by the Han court eunuch Cai Lun. China used paper as an effective and cheap alternative to silk, letting them sell more silk, leading to a Golden Age. The use of paper spread from China through the Islamic world, where the first paper mills were built, and entered production in Europe in the early 12th century. Mechanized production of paper in the early 19th century caused significant cultural changes worldwide, allowing for relatively cheap exchange of information in the form of letters, newspapers and books for the first time. In 1844, both Canadian inventor Charles Fenerty and German inventor F.G. Keller had invented the machine and process for pulping wood for the use in paper making.[1] This would end the nearly 2000-year use of pulped rags and start a new era for the production of newsprint and eventually all paper out of pulped wood.

Papermaking

The microscopic structure of paper: Micrograph of paper autofluorescing under ultraviolet illumination. The individual fibres in this sample are around 10 µm in diameter.

Chemical pulping

The purpose of a chemical pulping process is to break down the chemical structure of lignin and render it soluble in the cooking liquor, so that it may be washed from the cellulose fibers. Because lignin holds the plant cells together, chemical pulping frees the fibres and makes pulp. The pulp can also be bleached to produce white paper for printing, painting and writing. Chemical pulps tend to cost more than mechanical pulps, largely due to the low yield, 40–50% of the original wood. Since the process preserves fibre length, however, chemical pulps tend to make stronger paper. Another advantage of chemical pulping is that the majority of the heat and electricity needed to run the process is produced by burning the lignin removed during pulping.

Papers made from chemical wood-based pulps are also known as wood-free papers.

The Kraft process is the most commonly practiced strategy for pulp manufacturing and produces especially strong, unbleached papers that can be used directly for bags and boxes but are often processed further, e.g. to make corrugated cardboard.

Mechanical pulping

There are two major mechanical pulps, thermo mechanical pulp (TMP) and groundwood pulp (GW). In the TMP process, wood is chipped and then fed into large steam-heated refiners where the chips are squeezed and fibreized between two steel discs. In the groundwood process, debarked logs are fed into grinders where they are pressed against rotating stones and fibreized. Mechanical pulping does not remove the lignin, so the yield is very high, >95%, but also causes paper made from this pulp to yellow and become brittle over time. Mechanical pulps have rather short fibre lengths and produce weak paper. Although large amounts of electrical energy are required to produce mechanical pulp, it costs less than chemical pulp.

Deinked pulp

Paper recycling processes can use either chemical or mechanical pulp. By mixing with water and applying mechanical action the hydrogen bonds in the paper can be broken and fibres separated again. Most recycled paper contains a proportion of virgin fibre in the interests of quality. Generally deinked pulp is of the same quality or lower than the collected paper it was made from.

There are three main classifications of recycled fibre:.

  • Mill Broke or Internal Mill Waste — this incorporates any substandard or grade-change paper made within the paper mill which then goes back into the manufacturing system to be repulped back into paper. Such out-of-specification paper is not sold and is therefore often not classified as genuine reclaimed recycled fibre. However, most paper mills have been recycling their own waste fibre for many years, long before recycling become popular.
  • Preconsumer Waste — this is offcuts and processing waste, such as guillotine trims and envelope blank waste. This waste is generated outside the paper mill and could potentially go to landfill, and is a genuine recycled fibre source. Also includes de-inked preconsumer (recycled material that has been printed but did not reach its intended end use, such as waste from printers and unsold publications).[2]
  • Postconsumer waste — this is fibre from paper which has been used for its intended end use and would include office waste, magazine papers and newsprint. As the vast majority of this paper has been printed (either digitally or by more conventional means such as litho or gravure), it will either be recycled as printed paper or go through a deinking process first.

Recycled papers can be made from 100% recycled materials or blended with virgin pulp. They are (generally) not as strong nor as bright as papers made from virgin pulp.

Additives

Besides the fibres, pulps may contain fillers such as chalk or china clay, which improve the characteristics of the paper for printing or writing. Additives for sizing purposes may be mixed into the pulp and/or applied to the paper web later in the manufacturing process. The purpose of sizing is to establish the correct level of surface absorbency to suit the ink or paint.

Producing paper

The pulp is feed to a paper machine where it is formed as a paper web and the water is removed from it by pressing and drying.

Pressing the sheet removes the water by force. Once the water is forced from the sheet, felt (not to be confused with the traditional felt) is used to collect the water. When making paper by hand, a blotter sheet is used.

Drying involves using air and or heat to remove water from the paper sheet. In the earliest days of papermaking this was done by hanging the paper sheets like laundry. In more modern times, various forms of heated drying mechanisms are used. On the paper machine, the most common is the steam-heated can dryer. These dryers can heat to temperatures above 200°F (93°C) and are used in long sequences of more than 40 cans. The heat produced by these can easily dry the paper to less than 6% moisture.

Finishing

The paper may then undergo sizing to alter its physical properties for use in various applications.

Paper at this point is uncoated. Coated paper has a thin layer of material such as calcium carbonate or china clay applied to one or both sides in order to create a surface more suitable for high-resolution halftone screens. (Uncoated papers are rarely suitable for screens above 150 lpi.) Coated or uncoated papers may have their surfaces polished by calendering. Coated papers are divided into matte, semi-matte or silk, and gloss. Gloss papers give the highest optical density in the printed image.

The paper is then fed onto reels if it is to be used on web printing presses, or cut into sheets for other printing processes or other purposes. The fibres in the paper basically run in the machine direction. Sheets are usually cut "long-grain", i.e. with the grain parallel to the longer dimension of the sheet.

All paper produced by paper machines as the Fourdrinier machine are wove paper, i.e. the wire mesh that transports the web leaves a pattern that has the same density along the paper grain and across the grain. Textured finishes, watermarks and wire patterns imitating hand-made laid paper can be created by the use of appropriate rollers in the later stages of the machine.

Wove paper does not exhibit "laidlines", which are small regular lines left behind on paper when it was handmade in a mould made from rows of metal wires or bamboo. Laidlines are very close together. They run perpendicular to the "chainlines", which are further apart. Handmade paper similarly exhibits "deckle edges", or rough and feathery borders.[3]

Applications

  • 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 communication; see also reading.

Paper can be produced with a wide variety of properties, depending on its intended use.[4]

Types, thickness and weight

Card and paper stock for craft use comes in a wide variety of textures and colors.

The thickness of paper is often measured by caliper, which is typically given in thousandths of an inch.[5] Paper may be between 0.07 millimetres (0.0028 in) and 0.18 millimetres (0.0071 in) thick.[6]

Paper is often characterized by weight. In the United States, the weight assigned to a paper is the weight of a ream, 500 sheets, of varying "basic sizes", before the paper is cut into the size it is sold to end customers. For example, a ream of 20 lb, 8½ x 11" paper weighs 5 pounds, because it has been cut from a larger sheet into four pieces.[7] In the United States, printing paper is generally 20 lb, 24 lb, or 32 lb at most. Cover stock is generally 68 lb, and 110 lb or more is considered card stock.

The 8.5" x 11" size stems from the original size of a vat that was used to make paper.[citation needed] At the time, paper was made from passing a fiber and water slurry through a screen at the bottom of a box. The box was 17" deep and 44" wide. That sheet, folded in half in the long direction, then twice in the opposite direction, made a sheet of paper that was exactly 8.5" x 11".

In Europe, and other regions using the ISO 216 paper sizing system, the weight is expressed in grammes per square metre (g/m2 or usually just g) of the paper. Printing paper is generally between 60 g and 120 g. Anything heavier than 160 g is considered card. The weight of a ream therefore depends on the dimensions of the paper and its thickness.

The sizing system in Europe is based on common width to height ratios for different paper sizes. The largest standard size paper is A0 (A zero). Two sheets of A1, placed upright side by side fit exactly into one sheet of A0 laid on its side. Similarly, two sheets of A2 fit into one sheet of A1 and so forth. Common sizes used in the office and the home are A4 and A3 (A3 is the size of two A4 sheets).

The density of paper ranges from 250 kg/m3 (16 lb/ft3) for tissue paper to 1500 kg/m3 (94 lb/ft3) for some speciality paper. Printing paper is about 800 kg/m3 (50 lb/ft3).[8]

Some paper types include:

The future of paper

Some manufacturers have started using a new, significantly more environmentally friendly alternative to expanded plastic packaging made out of paper, known commercially as paperfoam. The packaging has very similar mechanical properties to some expanded plastic packaging, but is biodegradable and can also be recycled with ordinary paper.[9]

With increasing environmental concerns about synthetic coatings (such as PFOA) and the higher prices of hydrocarbon based petrochemicals, there is a focus on zein (corn protein) as a coating for paper in high grease applications such as popcorn bags.[10]

Also, synthetics such as Tyvek and Teslin have been introduced as printing media as a more durable material than paper.

See also

References and notes

  1. ^ Burger, Peter. Charles Fenerty and his Paper Invention. Toronto: Peter Burger, 2007. ISBN 978-0-9783318-1-8 pp.25-30
  2. ^ Natural Resource Defense Council
  3. ^ "Document Doubles" in Detecting the Truth: Fakes, Forgeries and Trickery, a virtual museum exhibition at Library and Archives Canada
  4. ^ "Grades and uses of paper". http://www.paperonweb.com/grade11.htm. Retrieved 2007-10-12. 
  5. ^ "Paper Thickness Chart", Case Paper Company Inc.
  6. ^ "Thickness of a Piece of Paper", HyperTextbook.com
  7. ^ McKenzie, Bruce G., The Hammermill Guide to Desktop Publishing in Business, p. 144, Hammermill Papers, 1989.
  8. ^ "Density of paper and paperboard". PaperOnWeb. http://www.paperonweb.com/density.htm. Retrieved 2007-10-31. 
  9. ^ PaperFoam Carbon Friendly Packaging
  10. ^ Barrier compositions and articles produced with the compositions cross-reference to related application
  • Needham, Joseph (1986). Science and Civilization in China: Volume 5, Chemicals and Chemical Technology, Part 1, Paper and Printing. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1985. (also published in Taipei: Caves Books, Ltd., 1986.)
also referred to as:
  • Tsien, Tsuen-Hsuin, '"Paper and Printing," vol. 5 part 1 of Needham, Joseph Science and Civilization in China:. Cambridge University Press, 1986. ISBN 0521086906. (also published in Taipei: Caves Books, Ltd., 1986.)
  • "Document Doubles" in Detecting the Truth: Fakes, Forgeries and Trickery, a virtual museum exhibition at Library and Archives Canada

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Papër
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Papër
Coordinates: 41°4′N 19°57′E / 41.067°N 19.95°E / 41.067; 19.95Coordinates: 41°4′N 19°57′E / 41.067°N 19.95°E / 41.067; 19.95
Country Albania
CountyElbasan County
DistrictElbasan District
Time zoneCentral European Time (UTC+1)
 - Summer (DST)CEST (UTC+2)
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Papër is a municipality in the Elbasan District, Elbasan County, central Albania.[1]

References

  1. ^ Albanian government budget legislation

 

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