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Fastness properties and accclerated.
Bleaching powder and sodium hypochlorite and the determination of available. The spectrum and additive and subtractive primaries. The properties of acrylonitrile. Methods for making fabrics fire resistant, water repellent, and moth- and.
The significance of crystalline and. Bleaching cellulosic fibres with hypochlorites. The classification of natural waters and the impurities in the claises. Descriptions of machines for dyeing loose stock, hanks, packages. The building of macromolecules. Specific gravities of sulphuric. Unshrinkable and other finishes. The multicellular vegetable fibres, including descriptions of flax, ramie, hemp.
Dyeing polyamides, polyesters, and dyeig. Use of grey scales in expressing results of fastness tests.
Dyeing and Chemical Technology of Textile Fibres | Dye | Yarn
The production and uses of. Fibres obtained from polyurethane and. Basic requirements of dyeing machines and the materials used in their construction. Comparison of hydrometer scales. Introduction to theory of dyeing. General properties of fibres. Dyeing materials composed of mixtures of fibres.
Water and water purification. The relationship between elastic.
Gallons, litres, and pints conversion table. Continuous methods for dyeing with vat dyes. Causes of shrinking of wool and a review of fownload finishes. The properties of waxes and vegetable oils and the manufacture and properties.
Cotton and the chemistry of cellulose. The natural history and structure of cotton fibres.
Washing, perspiration, bleaching, cross-dyeing, and mereerization. The action of physical conditions etxtile. Disperse dyes and dyeing cellulose acetates. The fluidity and other tests for determining. The use of X-ray diffraction methods in investigating. Disperse dyes and their mechanism of dyeing. A short description of regenerated protein fibres.
The nature of intermolecular forces in crystalline regions. Relative humidity and moisture content of.
The Bleaching, Dyeing And Chemical Technology Of Textile Fibres
Description of the methods of. Click below to download the pdf file. Methods of determining temporary and permanent hardness. Surface tension and the mode of. Description of the crossdyeing. Dyeing materials containing mixtures of fibres. Introduction to chemical constitution and colour, theory of dyeing, and classification of dyes. The large-scale preparation of hcxamethylene diamine and adipic acid.
Specific gravities of acetic acid, formic acid, and ammonium. Application of dichlorotriazinyl dyes at low temperatures and monochlorotriazinyl. The early history of dyeing textile materials and the use of dyes derived from.
The use of sodium chlorite for. The growth of animal hairs and the tissues of which they are composed. The chemistry of proteins and keratin and the properties. Miscellaneous information and tables. The chemistry of cellulose. Some general properties of textile fibres and yarns.