Pulp Mill Waste; Chemists Convert It Into Valuable Lactic Acid

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Pulp Mill Waste; Chemists Convert It Into Valuable Lactic Acid

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Three University of Wisconsin biochemists, Reid H. Leonard, W.H. Peterson and M.J. Johnson, have devised a process for converting the sulfite waste of paper mills into lactic acid, which is used in the tanning, lacquer and food-processing industries. Amer

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'Pulp Mill Waste; Chemists Convert It Into Valuable Lactic Acid', New York Times

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“Pulp Mill Waste; Chemists Convert It Into Valuable Lactic Acid,” Past Periodicals, accessed November 30, 2021, https://unsettlingscientificstories.omeka.net/items/show/22017.