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In this work, xylan extracted from oat spelt with a yield of approx. 17% has been characterized for determining its properties. It was then applied as additive in paper-making by adding into elementary chlorine free bleached Kraft softwood pulp slurry. The study aims to investigate the influence of xylan on paper properties, based on its relative retention capacity on cellulose fibres during the paper-making process. Different xylan dosages were added right before sheet formation. The adsorbeddoi:10.35812/cellulosechemtechnol.2019.53.50 fatcat:4m7qslylxrf5jotf3u4ger23va