Cellulose is the primary material used in the production of paper, which is ubiquitous in many aspects of our lives. Cellulose is typically derived from wood, but can also be produced from various plants. In the production of cellulose from wood, trees are first cut into small pieces using chipping machines, and the resulting chips are then processed with chemicals to create a pulp, which is the raw material used for paper production. The pulp is then formed into a homogeneous mixture, poured into molds, dried, and cut into specific sizes for use.

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