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Substantive dyestuffs on cotton piece-goods.

Badische Company.

Substantive dyestuffs on cotton piece-goods.

by Badische Company.

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Published by Badische Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dyes and dyeing -- Cotton.

  • Edition Notes

    FROM THE PERSONAL LIBRARY OF AVA HELEN AND LINUS PAULING.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p., [6] leaves of 256 mounted col. samples :
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15565902M

      Dyestuffs Volume [National Aniline & Chemical] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Dyestuffs Volume Durazol dyestuffs on cotton piece goods by ltd Imperial Chemical Industries (Book); The new research laboratories of Imperial Chemical Industries Limited, Dyestuffs Group, Blackley, Manchester by ltd Imperial Chemical Industries (Book).

      Synthetic direct dyes, or substantive dyes, were first derived from Aniline in In general, they give bright full colors when applied directly onto fiber in a neutral or slightly alkaline aqueous bath containing Sodium chloride or other salts. Often direct dyes are applied to Cotton or Linen, but some work well with Leather, rayon, Silk. Dyes may be defined as substances that, when applied to a substrate provide color by a process that alters, at least temporarily, any crystal structure of the colored substances [1,2].Such substances with considerable coloring capacity are widely employed in the textile, pharmaceutical, food, cosmetics, plastics, photographic and paper industries [3,4].

    Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN Seller Inventory # The discovery of Paul Böttiger of Congo Red in paved the way for the first substantive dyestuffs to be applied to cotton without a mordant and many benzidene-based direct dyestuffs .


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Substantive dyestuffs on cotton piece-goods by Badische Company. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cotton and Rayon, Rate of Absorption and Affinity at Different Tem­ peratures of Substantive Dyestuffs When Applied to (Seibert)___ 12 Cotton Cloth, Rosins, Viscose, etc., In Finishing (Clark). Cotton Dyestuffs and Their Estimation on the Fiber, The Purification. peratures of Substantive Dyestuffs when Applied to (Seibert).

Cotton Colors, Some Observations on the Quantitative Description of the Dyeing Properties of (Neale). Cotton Fabrics, The Detection of Heavy Metals and Traces of Im ­. Direct or substantive dyeing is normally carried out in a neutral or slightly alkaline dye bath, at or near boiling point, with the addition of either sodium chloride (NaCl) or sodium sulfate (Na 2 SO 4) or sodium carbonate (Na 2 CO 3).

Direct dyes are used on cotton. The present book, while still retaining many of the text-book features in order to adapt it to the needs of the student, has been greatly broadened in its scope so as to appeal to the interest of all those concerned in the application of author has endeavored as far as his hmitations permit to incorporate in this book the latest.

Substantive Dyestuffs on Cotton Yarn 1, IG Farben, (book; dye) Hydron Blue on Cotton Yarn and Cotton Pieces, IG Farben, (book; dye) Peregal O, IG Farben, (book; dye).

Try the new Google Books. eBook - FREE. Get this book in print. AbeBooks; On Demand Books; Amazon; Find in a library; All sellers» American Dyestuff Reporter, Volumes About this Item: Imperial Chemical Industries Limited Dyestuffs Division, Cloth. Condition: Good +. Third Edition. xiii, p.

25 cm. 20 tables and 27 figures, one page in colour. Brown cloth hardcover with gold print. Ancient Indian texts describe several different yellow dyestuffs, how to obtain reds from the wood and bark of certain trees, and also notes the use of indigo to create blues on cotton.

In Central and South America they dyed bast fibers (plant fibers) in shades of red and purple with the bodies of the cochineal insects (Dactylopius coccus).

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London: Chapman and Hall. Glass Painting and Staining Shewing its applicability to every style of architecture. Reel: 3 & 49, No. 30 Bardwell, Thomas, d THE rate of progress in the dyestuff industry is admittedly far more rapid than in any other branch of applied chemistry, and the advances made during the past ten or fifteen years have effected.

Application of dyestuffs to textiles, paper, leather and other materials. "A comprehensive and more extended development of the author's earlier book entitled 'Laboratory manual of dyeing and textile chemistry'." Application of basic dyes -- Basic dyes on cotton -- Principal basic dyes -- Application of substantive dyes to cotton.

Extraction of cotton dyes using organic reagents Cotton fibres dyed with direct, vat, sulphur, reactive and ingrain dyes were obtained from manufacturers' pattern cards (Table 1) as was a selection of azoic dyes (Table 2).

In all cases, information on pattern cards regarding the constituent dyestuffs was assumed to be correct. Application of Caledon Dyestuffs to Cotton Piece Goods in Open Width. on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Application of Caledon Dyestuffs to Cotton Piece Goods in Manufacturer: Publisher Unknown.

Some dyestuffs, such as indigo and lichens, will give good color when used alone; these dyes are called direct dyes or substantive dyes. The majority of plant dyes, however, also require the use of a mordant, a chemical used to "fix" the color in the textile fibers.

These dyes are called adjective dyes. Natural dyes are classified into two groups – substantive and adjective dyestuffs: • Substantive dyestuffs dye the fibres directly.

These kinds of dyes were probably the first type of dyes used by early people. Substantive dyes usually rich in tannins come from bark, leaves and fruit. Natural dyes are mostly non-substantive and must be applied on. yield of source natural dyes thus necessitat es the use of more dyestuffs, wool and cotton.

Logwood. There is a first edition of Newton’s Optics, a manual instructing railroad surgeons on how to deal with color-blindness, a hand-colored guide to 18th century English insects, a treatise concerning “substantive dyestuffs on cotton piece-goods,” and a yearly Swedish serial that explains how to use lichens around the house.

Dyestuff: Dyestuffs are organic and inorganic substances which consists of chromophore groups, can change the physical and chemical properties of any substance, can absorb light and reflect lights to show color.

Textile Books Free Download () Fabric Weight Calculation in GSM () Knitting Terms and Definition ().The affinity of cotton for dye varies according to its history.

The adsorption capabilities of cotton are increased by caustic solutions or mercerization. There is a huge selection of dyestuffs available for cotton: substantive dyes, vat dyes, sulphur dyes, leuco-ester vat dyes, reactive dyes, naphthol dyes and phthalocyanine dyes.DYESTUFFS and DYEING OF LEATHER.

Leather dyeing is a transition process between tanning and finishing. Some kinds of leathers require penetration of dyestuff into collagen network while certain kinds of leather need not be dyed through, it is enough to dye them on the decreases consumption of dyestuff, which is an expensive material.