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Thus, in the cPAMa system, the doses of Sc and NS added were 300, 450, and 600 ppm with respect to dry pulp; and in the c-PAMb system, gp and NS doses were 40, 80, and 120 ppm with respect to dry pulp.
In the case of A2NS3, the optimal commercial dose for cPAMa, the high NS charge could effectively substitute for Sc and result in enhanced tensile, tear, and stiffness.
In the c-PAMb/gp system, NS substitution of gp exerted no significant effect on the FPR; the main effects of microparticle doses, however, were more pronounced than those of the cationic polymer main effect (F-factor: 0.923; cPAMa: 1.520; gp: 3.107).