When most people hear the word paper, they probably first think of the standard 8 1/2 x 11 in. sheets of smooth, white printer paper made from wood pulp, so commonly found in schools and offices throughout the world.
Paper, however, doesn't have to be smooth or white, and doesn't even have to be made from wood. In fact, paper is any thin sheet of material composed primarily of compressed cellulose pulp, and that pulp can come from wood, flax, cotton, or even onion or rice. Depending on the fibers used and the process of...
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