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Dyeing of cellulosic fibres and related processes

S. R. Cockett

Dyeing of cellulosic fibres and related processes

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dyes and dyeing -- Textile fibers.,
  • Cellulose.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    Statementby S. R. Cockett and K. A. Hilton.
    ContributionsHilton, K. A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP930 .C59 1961
    The Physical Object
    Pagination417 p.
    Number of Pages417
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5824202M
    LC Control Number61011193
    OCLC/WorldCa3236147

    Unlike most organic compounds, dyes possess colour because they 1) absorb light in the visible spectrum (– nm), 2) have at least one chromophore (colour-bearing group), 3) have a conjugated system, i.e. a structure with alternating double and single bonds, and 4) exhibit resonance of electrons, which is a stabilizing force in organic compounds (Abrahart, ). When any one of these.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cockett, S.R. (Sydney Russell). Dyeing of cellulosic fibres and related processes. New York, Academic Press, Get this from a library. Dyeing of cellulosic fibres and related processes. [S R Cockett; K A Hilton]. Book • Edited by: M. Clark. Browse book content.

This chapter first discusses classification, structure and properties of cellulosic fibres, related to the dyeing of fabric containing this fibre. The two volumes of the Handbook of textile and industrial dyeing provide a detailed review of the latest techniques and equipment used. Dyeing and printing processes are value-added treatments for most textile materials.

A dyeing process is the interaction between a dye and a fibre, as well as the movement of dye into the internal part of the fibre. Generally, a dyeing process involves adsorption (transfer of dyes from the aqueous solution onto the fibre surface) and diffusion (dyes diffused into the fibre).

Cellulosic fibres are dyed with more types of dye, than for any other fibre. They are water- soluble dyes applied by one bath process [1].

Reactive dyes having been developed in the s and in Author: Joonseok Koh. Dyeing of mercerised cotton and other cellulosic fibres Equipment for azoic dyeing Fastness of azoic dyeings Stripping of azoic dyeings References CHAPTER 8 Selection of dyes for dyeing cellulosic fibres by John Shore Introduction Principles of evaluation and testing of dyes dyeing and chemical technology of textile fibres Download dyeing and chemical technology of textile fibres or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get dyeing and chemical technology of textile fibres book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that. 6 Fibres related to cellulose john w s hearle and calvin woodings Cellulose acetate Alginate fibres Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose fibres References 7 Other processes albin turbak Historical review Thermodynamic requirements for dissolution Cellulose solvent systems A book which lies between these two extremes would be of value to those with an intermediate understanding of the physical sciences.

Thus this book dis­ cusses textile fibers, dyes, finishes, and processes using this intermediate ap­ proach, presenting in a concise manner the underlying principles of textile chem­ istry, physics, and technology. We report on the dyeing of cellulose nanofibers by the cold pad-batch method, which offers the most economical and convenient method of dyeing cellulosic nanofibers with reactive dyes.

Dyeing is one of the most effective and popular methods used for colouring textiles and other materials. Dyes are employed in a variety of industries, from cosmetic production to the medical sector. The two volumes of the Handbook of textile and industrial dyeing provide a Pages: Free Download Latest Books on Technical Textile, Fiber, Spinning, Fabric, Weaving, Knitting, Garments, Fashion, Design, Dyeing, Printing and Finishing Textile is the ancient branch of engineering.

Now textile engineering Dyeing of cellulosic fibres and related processes book is becoming more demand-able then before. The best reference I've found is the book Cellulosics Dyeing, edited by John Shore. It can be purchased directly from the Society of Dyers and Colourists, in the UK, for £32 plus shipping (ISBN 0 68 6).

Back to list of FAQs. Purchase Regenerated Cellulose Fibres - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNUnit - Chemistry of Garments: Cellulose Fibres For some background material see the Free Text book The Basics of General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry by David W.

Ball, John W. Hill, Rhonda J. Scott. Chap section 7 Polysaccharides The polysaccharides are the most abundant carbohydrates in nature and serve a variety of functions, such asFile Size: KB. The book covers: fundamental aspects of the physical and chemical structure of both fibres and dyes, together with the structure and properties of water, in relation to dyeing; dyeing as an area of study as well as the terminology employed in dyeing technology and science; contemporary views of intermolecular forces and the nature of the.

Three Types of Dyes for Dyeing Cellulosic Fibers. In this month’s blog, I will be discussing three different types of dyes that can be used when dyeing cellulosic fibers and what advantages and/or disadvantages each offer. First let’s define “Cellulose”. Cellulose is the main fiber from which plants are made.

The development of such dyeing processes is the result of substantial research activity, undertaken over many decades, into the physico-chemical aspects of dye adsorption and the establishment of ‘dyeing theory’, which seeks to describe the mechanism by which dyes interact with textile fibres. Physico-Chemical Aspects of Textile Coloration.

An Introduction to Textile Coloration: Principles and Practice. The Publications Committee of the Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC) has been aware for some time of the need to produce a book at an introductory level aimed at personnel working in textile dyeing or printing companies as well as those interested in entering into the field.

Acetate white, union coloured: single-bath dyeing with suitable neutral-dyeing acid, direct or union (mixed fibre) dyes. Two-bath method, this is possible by pre-dyeing the cellulosic fibres with direct dyes at approx.

70°C, rinsing and filling in the wool with acid dyes from an acidic bath. This book focuses on the application of various dyes in the dyeing process and treatment of dyeing wastewater. Chapter One deals with the chemistry and application of reactive dyes, which are the most widely used dyes for the coloration of cellulosic and allied textile fibres.

Chapters Two and Three introduce photochromic : Jie Fu. The problems of continuous one-step dyeinq and printing of polyester/cellulosic fiber blends are well known in the textile industry.

Mitsubishi Chemical Industries has developed a unique system utilizing reactive disperse dye molecules for the dyeing and printing of.

Dyeing-The three cellulosic fibres (geach) were preswollen with aqNaOH and werecentrifuged before dyeing. Dyeing was carried out using 2% shade on weight of material (owm) in 25 ml measuring glass cylinder fitted with a condenser (liquor ratio, ) in a Author: R B Chavan, A Subramanian.

Although the term “cellulosic fibers” is frequently used, the type is massively dominated by cotton. Other fibers which have been embodied as cellulosic are viscose rayon, linen, cuprammonium rayon, and jute and these can be dyed with dyes related to those used on Cited by: 6.

Purchase Handbook of Textile and Industrial Dyeing - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNDyeing properties of a mixed bi-functional reactive dye on a novel regenerated cellulosic fibre Joonseok Koh" Department of Textile Engineering, Konkuk Uni versity, SeoulSouth Korea and Abo the absorbance of dyebath before dyeing.

The regenerated cellulosic fibres were dyed (1/1 standard depth), treated with soaping agent and thenAuthor: Joonscok Koh.

The development of such dyeing processes is the result of substantial research activity, undertaken over many decades, into the physico-chemical aspects of dye adsorption and the establishment of ‘dyeing theory’, which seeks to describe the mechanism by which dyes interact with textile fibres.

(and other cellulosic fibres), polyester. Mercerizing process consists in treatment of cellulosic materials with concentrated solutions of caustic soda at a temperature of 15 to 18°C. Mercerised cellulose is hydrated cellulose, i.e., a product which from the chemical point of view is identical to the original cellulose, but differing from it in physical properties.

Cellulosic fibres Protein fibres Man-made fibres Sources of further information and advice References -treatment and preparation of textile materials prior to dyeing / A. Roy Choudhury Introduction Impurities in textile fibres Aims of preparatory processes.

The chemical processing of short cotton fibres, linters, or wood pulp produce fibres like rayon, acetate, and triacetate. Other materials modified to produce fibres include protein, glass, metals, and rubber. Heddels explains Cellulosic Fibres.

Cellulose or cellulosic fibers are fibers structured from cellulose, a starch-like carbohydrate. They. Chemical Principles of Synthetic Fibre Dyeing th Edition by S.M. Burkinshaw (Author) ISBN Cited by: Description. An Introduction to Textile Coloration: Principles and Practice.

The Publications Committee of the Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC) has been aware for some time of the need to produce a book at an introductory level aimed at personnel working in textile dyeing or printing companies as well as those interested in entering into the field.

A Novel Green Treatment for Textiles: Plasma Treatment as a Sustainable Technology discusses the plasma treatment of textile fibres and its environmental, economic, and social benefits. The book reviews the general properties of textiles and provides a description of. vi CHAPTER 5 Natural cellulosic fibres 70 Introduction 70 Cotton 70 Cellulose 74 Cotton processing 80 Other vegetable fibres 90 References 91 CHAPTER 6 Artificially made fibres based on cellulose 92 The first regenerated cellulose fibres 92 Viscose fibre 93 Cellulose acetates References CHAPTER 7 Protein.

Volume 2: Fibre types and dyeing processes Chapter 7 Dyeing of cellulosic fibres Chapter 8 Dyeing of wool, silk and other animal fibres Chapter 9 Polyester dyeing Chapter 10 Nylon Dyeing Chapter 11 Acrylic dyeing Volume 3: Dyeing equipment and textile form Chapter 12 Producer coloration, loose fibre and tow dyeing Chapter 13 Yarn and narrow.

Dyeing and Chemical Technology of Textile Fibres. Edward Russell Trotman agent alcohol alkali amino anionic applied aqueous atoms azoic basic dyes bleaching Blue boiling C.I.

acid calcium cause caustic soda cellulosic fibres chemical chlorine colour component concentration cotton Courtesy detergent Dyeing and Chemical Technology of. Conventional dyeing processes consume a great deal of energy, a significant amount of which is wasted in controlling the process parameters in order to achieve uniform results.

With respect to the carrier role of liposomes, they can be used in several textile processes such as textile finishing and dyeing, with several types of dyes and by: attempt has been made here to give scientific overview on dyeing of textiles with natural dyes and related issues.

Definition of natural dyes/colouants The word natural dye covers all the dyes derived from the natural sources like plants, animal and minerals. Natural. The TERASIL ® SD range consists of medium-energy dyes with excellent compatibility, outstanding reproducibility and low cost.

They may be applied for rapid dyeing and sensitive colors (such as gray, brown and olive shades). Combined with Huntsman Textile Effects pretreatment and acid reduction agents, TERASIL ® SD may be utilized in the "Quick PES dyeing system" to deliver good.

Textile Preparation and Dyeing by A. Roy Choudhury. Textile Preparation and Dyeing deals with the classical processes for textile dyeing as well as with preparation of the material before dyeing, and includes recent technological developments.

Both theoretical and the practical aspects are discussed precisely, in order to enable the reader to understand the processes clearly. Here the dye contains a reactive group and this reactive group makes covalent bond with the fibre polymer and act as an integral part of covalent bond is formed between the dye molecules and the terminal –OH (hydroxyl) group cellulosic fibres or between the dye molecules and the terminal amino (-NH 2) group of polyamide fibres.Dyeing Properties of Novel Regenerated Cellulosic Fibers Joonseok Koh,1 Ik Soo Kim,2 Sung Soo Kim,3 Woo Sub Shim, 3Jae Pil Kim, Seung Yeop Kwak,3 Sang Wook Chun,3 Yong Ku Kwon4 1T&F Research Team, Fiber and Textile, R&D Center, Hyosung Corporation, Anyang, Kyonggi-DoSouth Korea 2enVix R&D Team, SK Chemicals, Suwon, Kyonggi-DoSouth Korea 3School of Materials .The specification describes an improved process for dyeing cellulosic textiles with indigo which comprises reducing indigo dye to its soluble leuco form, incorporating an aldehyde addition product to the reduced indigo dye solution, immersing a cellulosic textile, and exposing the textile to Cited by: