n.a durable paper commonly used for printingNelson 1963, 519Cheap Copy Paper ¶ A new bond paper specially formulated for inexpensive reproduction of standard office documents is now available from Keuffel & Esser Co. It is Pen-A-Co, a general purpose bond that looks and feels like standard 20-pound office or letterhead bond paper. The difference in the new paper is its full compatibility with diazo reproduction. Using it, copies can be made on diazo-coated papers with any commercial diazo office machine.Poole 1977, 165What papermakers did not know, as they did not know the hazards of chlorine bleach, was that alum-rosin, in combination with atmospheric moisture, produces sulphuric acid. This, in its turn, results in the deterioration, discoloration, and embrittlement of book paper, bond paper, and other papers that find their way into libraries and archives.Roberts and Etherington 1982, 28A grade of writing or printing paper, now only vaguely associated with bonds, legal documents, etc., i.e., where durability and permanence are required. Bond paper today is widely used for forms, invoices, etc., and is a strong, tough paper that can take stiff, hard ink that dries by oxidation rather than by penetration. Bonds are produced from cotton fiber pulp, bleached chemical wood pulps, or combinations thereof. Although a bond is a typical writing paper, almost all of it is printed, e.g., letterheads; therefore it must have good printability, as well as good writing and erasing qualities. It must also possess cleanliness, formation, color, finish, and freedom from fuzz. It is usually made in basis weights ranging from 13 to 24 pounds (17 X 22—500).Ritzenthaler 2010, 59Bond paper is strong and durable paper having good writing and erasing qualities, as well as good printing qualities, as many bond papers have printed letterheads. Commonly used for typed manuscripts, correspondence, printed forms, electrostatic copies, and ink-jet and other types of printing. Originally referred to paper produced for government bonds and securities. Bond paper with an alkaline reserve is recommended when making preservation photocopies or administrative cross-reference forms in collection files.NEDCC 2019, 3Bond paper is the plain paper used in laser printers and office copiers. This paper is made of wood pulp, which contains cellulose fibers, and lignin and is sized with rosin. The sizing and the lignin eventually destroy the image.