Eco-Dyeing, Finishing and Green Chemistry

Volume 441

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.441

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Authors: Peter J. Hauser

Abstract: Conventional methods of dyeing cotton with direct and fiber reactive dyes involve large amounts of water and salt and generate significant...

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Authors: Vera Vivod, C.Q. Yang, Bojana Voncina

Abstract: Crosslinking of cotton with polycarboxylic acid, applied with catalysts based on phosphorus-containing inorganic acids, produces fabrics...

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Authors: Edward Smith, Q. Zhang, B. Farrand, V. Kokol, Jin Song Shen

Abstract: The use of protease in the raw wool scouring process was investigated. Both native protease and an enlarged protease prepared by chemical...

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Authors: Serkan Yildiz, Jin Lin Cai, Qin Guo Fan

Abstract: The chemical resistance of Poly-3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene (PEDOT) was tested in both organic and inorganic solvents including Chloroform,...

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Authors: Takao Abe

Abstract: nkjet printing technology can produce beautiful images not only on plain paper, but also on various kinds of printing media including a...

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Authors: Hidekazu Yasunaga

Abstract: Novel colouring techniques by using biobased materials were studied. The orange or reddish orange colourant is obtained from (+)-catechin by...

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Authors: P.E. Ingham, Steve J. McNeil, Matthew R. Sunderland

Abstract: Although wool is a natural renewable fibre with a relatively low environmental impact for its production, a number of functional finishes...

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Authors: Fang Xie, Xiao Ping Li, Xiu Li Wang, Li Qiu, Ye Tian

Abstract: In this paper, cashmere knitwear is dyed at a lower temperature compared to conventional dyeing, and its physical and mechanical properties...

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Authors: Hua Qing Wang, Mei Yang

Abstract: With the increase in the environmental protection consciousness of people, attention has focused on plasma technology because of its...

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