Basic Principles of Textile Coloration


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Basic Principles of Textile Coloration
by Arthur D Broadbent
Published by the Society of Dyers and Colourists

The dyeing of natural and synthetic fibres by methods based on modern chemical technology is increasingly becoming an international industry, with countries throughout the world developing and operating textile coloration plants. Many people begin their careers in textile coloration with only a basic knowledge of science and technology, with students typically embarking on demanding courses unsure of some of the more elementary principles involved. This book is designed for such people, as it assumes that the reader has only a basic knowledge of science and mathematics. It offers a thorough all- round appreciation of the fascinating field of textile coloration. It also provides the junior undergraduate with an excellent preparation prior to undertaking more advanced studies.


Chapter 1 An introduction to textiles, dyes and dyeing
Chapter 2 Fibres and textiles: properties and processing
Chapter 3 Fibrous polymers
Chapter 4 Synthetic fibres
Chapter 5 Natural cellulosic fibres
Chapter 6 Artificially made fibres based on cellulose
Chapter 7 Protein fibres
Chapter 8 Water treatment
Chapter 9 Auxiliary chemicals for wet processing and dyeing
Chapter 10 An introduction to dyes and dyeing
Chapter 11 Dyeing theory
Chapter 12 Dyeing machinery
Chapter 13 Acid, metallised and mordant dyes
Chapter 14 Dyeing cellulosic fibres with direct dyes
Chapter 15 Disperse dyes
Chapter 16 Reactive dyes
Chapter 17 Cationic dyes
Chapter 18 Dyes synthesised in the fibre
Chapter 19 Union dyeing
Chapter 20 Colour measurement
Chapter 21 Colour differences and colorant formulation
Chapter 22 Printing
Chapter 23 Testing of dyes and dyeings
Chapter 24 Textile finishing

592 pages, 2001, ISBN 0 901956 76 7
SDC Ref: 274

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Weight 2.42 g