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        LC Classifications1979
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        Paginationxvi, 136 p. :
        Number of Pages80
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        ISBN 10090195635X
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Unfortunately, will most likely not work on your synthetic garment. Dye structure with functional group: 1 According to chemical structure: Nitro dyes: Group:  Nitro group -NO2 Nitro dyes are poly nitro derivative of phenols containing at least one nitro group ortho or para to the hydroxyl group -OH.

Acetate fiber fabrication requires a lot of energy, water, and toxic chemicals, such as,and.India Abstract: Textile industry is one of the glooming industries and the demand for manmade fibres and its blends has been significantly increasing in the world market due to their increased applications for various end uses.

2 Colour distribution attainable on binary blends 22 2. The diacetate fiber is officially called acetate while the triacetate cellulose is called triacetate.

Rayon is made from cellulose. Different synthetic fibres are made from different raw materaials. Kazuo Shiozawa: Textile Wet Processing Technologies, p.

Recent developments in colorants for textile applications

It is an efficient smoke remover, thus it is used in cigarette filters. Due to the complexity of dyeing synthetics, you must use the stovetop method to maintain an almost boiling temperature for the duration of your dyeing or greater. Acid dyes As with acid dyeing of wool, with increasing dye affinity, the hydrophobic interaction in the initial phase must be repressed to achieve uniform absorption. It is this anionic property which makes acrylics suitable for dyeing with cationic dyes, since there will be a strong ionic interaction between dye and polymer in effect, the opposite of the acid dye-protein fibre interaction.

On the other hand, for dark shades, elimination of the unlevelness is not as easy because of the effect of both colour tolerance and colour broken effects. com does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the excellence, accurateness, completeness, legitimacy, reliability or dyeing of sythetic-polymer and acetate fibres of any information, product or service represented on Fibre2fashion.

When blended with other synthetic or natural fibers, acetate fiber lowers the overall cost of the garment but also reduces its lifespan considerably. 2003 Modification of Cellulose Solids by Enzyme Catalysed Transesterification with Vinyl Esters in Anhydrous Organic Solvents, ACS Symp.

Pad liquor typically contains a steam-resistant cationic dye, acetic acid and a dye solvent. The polymer chains in a sample of polyester are highly crystalline for a polymer and quite tightly packed together. The strands are then stretched four times their original length.