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Blends dyeing [] / John Shore

Auteur principal : Shore, JohnAuteur principal collectivité : Society of dyers and colourists, GB, AuteurPublication :Bradford : Society of Dyers and Colourists, 1998Description : 1 vol. (ix-236 p.) : ill. ; 24 cmISBN : 0-901956-74-0 ; 978-0-901956-74-3.Dewey: 667.3Bibliographie: Notes bibliogr.. Index.Sujet - Nom d'actualité : Colorants ;Fil Sujet : Mélange ;Colorant
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Sophia Antipolis
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EMS 170/N 4595 Sur demande EMS01617D

Contents : Chapter 1 Why blending is necessary - Chapter 2 Classification of fibre types and their blends - Chapter 3 Dynamic competition between fibre types in the dyeing of blends - Chapter 4 Minimising incompatibility between dyes from different classes - Chapter 5 Principles of design and colouring of differential-dyeing blends - Chapter 6 Nylon/wool and other AA blends - Chapter 7 Wool/acrylic and other AB blends - Chapter 8 Wool/cellulosic and other AC blends - Chapter 9 Cellulosic/acrylic and other CB blends - Chapter 10 Cotton/viscose and other CC blends - Chapter 11 Polyester/wool and other DA blends - Chapter 12 Polyester/acrylic and other DB blends - Chapter 13 Polyester/cellulosic and other DC blends - Chapter 14 Triacetate/polyester and other DD blends - Chapter 15 Dyeing properties of three-component blends

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