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Re: Huber Killidata 99 will not be on-line
> You missed a VITAL part of the sentence -- "printed on good paper"!
> The books that fall apart in the Library of Congress and elsewhere were
> printed on paper made by the sulfite or by Kraft process, sized with
> aluminum sulphate, and filled with a neutral filler -- acidic papers.
I bow to your better knowledge..
> These days the technology switched to papers with organic sizing, filled
> with CaCO3 -- alkaline papers -- that are, practically speaking, of
> archival quality and cost as "regular" paper. Many copier papers are of
> that kind.
> Good paper does NOT deteriorate in moderate environmental conditions.
> Just think of the Gutenberg Bible.