A paper factory. They take the raw wood, break it down into
fibers, color or bleach it, and roll it out into thin sheets.
A thin type of cardboard which is made from trees.
All types of trees can be used for making paper and not only trees but any plant can be used for making paper. three are used mainly, im just not sure which three yet :S sorry guys D:
it is an alkali not acid
Type your answer here... Because in acidic solution blue litmus paper changes to red
Some trees are better suited to make certain types of paper but most of the trees can be used to make most of the papers. More important than the type of tree, it is pulping process which is determining factor for making certain grades of paper.
Softwoods are most used for paper as the fibres suit the purpose. These include pine spruce etc.
They wrote on a type of paper they made from trees, just like we do today but there paper was different and they usually roled it up into scrolls
answer is ( b ) on work paper :) for mr. werwart
People use paper to write letters, type documents or for keeping their hands clean. Paper is a resource that comes from trees and can be used for many things.
No. Yes there is one type of evergreen that turns golden then loses there needles every year..
Either type of litmus will be a blue colour in the presence of a base or alkali.
Orange juice is acidic.
all trees!! poor things - they have to be innocently cut up to make paper that is (half the time) uslessly thrown away!!1 :( :(
Wood pulp is the most common material to make paper. Wood pulp comes from softwood trees like pine, fir, larch, spruce, hemlock and hardwood trees like eucalyptus, aspen and birch.
Physical, Because The Color Changes.. Not The Chemical Property Of The Paper.. :)