Archival Paper

A variety of acid-free paper (or alkaline paper) designed to resist fading, yellowing, and the general deterioration characteristic of acid paper. Archival paper is used for permanent documents and records and other materials intended to be stored indefinitely. See Alkaline Paper.

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