Chemical Principles of Synthetic Fibre Dyeing by S.M. BurkinshawChemical Principles of Synthetic Fibre Dyeing by S.M. Burkinshaw

Chemical Principles of Synthetic Fibre Dyeing

byS.M. Burkinshaw

Paperback | September 18, 2012

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Synthetic fibres are widely used for many applications, with their colour being of major commercial importance. This extensively referenced book provides a comprehensive account of the physical chemistry of the dyeing of synthetic fibres and microfibres.
Title:Chemical Principles of Synthetic Fibre DyeingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:223 pagesPublished:September 18, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401042632

ISBN - 13:9789401042635

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Table of Contents

1. Polyester.- 1.1. Introduction.- 1.2. Disperse dyes.- 1.2.1. Aqueous phase transfer.- 1.2.2. Thermodynamics of dyeing.- 1.2.3. Kinetics of dyeing.- 1.2.4. Effect of crystal form of the dye on dye adsorption.- 1.2.5. Effect of particle size and distribution on dye adsorption.- 1.2.6. Effect of dispersing agents on dye adsorption.- 1.2.7. Effect of levelling agents on dye adsorption.- 1.2.8. Effect of temperature on dye adsorption.- 1.2.9. Isomorphism.- 1.2.10. Oligomers.- 1.2.11. Carrier dyeing.- 1.2.12. Solvent-assisted dyeing.- 1.2.13. Solvent dyeing.- 1.2.14. High-temperature dyeing.- 1.2.15. Thermofixation.- 1.2.16. Afterclearing.- 1.3. Azoic colorants.- 1.4. Vat dyes.- References.- 2. Nylon.- 2.1. Introduction.- 2.2. Anionic dyes.- 2.2.1. Barré effects.- 2.2.2. Acid dyes.- 2.2.3. Mordant dyes.- 2.2.4. Direct dyes.- 2.2.5. Reactive dyes.- 2.3. Cationic dyes.- 2.4. Non-ionic dyes.- 2.4.1. Disperse dyes.- 2.4.2. Disperse reactive dyes.- 2.4.3. Azoic colorants.- 2.4.4. Vat dyes.- References.- 3. Acrylic.- 3.1. Introduction.- 3.2. Cationic dyes.- 3.2.1. Thermodynamics of dye adsorption.- 3.2.2. Kinetics of dye adsorption.- 3.2.3. Effect of pH on dye adsorption.- 3.2.4. Effect of electrolyte on dye adsorption.- 3.2.5. Effect of temperature on dye adsorption.- 3.2.6. Effect of water on PAN fibres.- 3.2.7. Carrier dyeing.- 3.2.8. Retarding agents.- 3.2.9. Dye-fibre characteristics.- 3.2.10. Migrating cationic dyes.- 3.2.11. Gel dyeing.- 3.3. Disperse dyes.- 3.3.1. Thermodynamics of dyeing.- 3.3.2. Kinetics of dyeing.- 3.3.3. General considerations.- References.- 4. Microfibres.- 4.1. Introduction.- 4.1.1. General considerations.- 4.1.2. Microfibre production.- 4.2. Polyester microfibres.- 4.2.1. Mass-reduced polyester fibres.- 4.3. Polyamide micro fibres.- References.- Dye Index.

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The author has written an easy, well-referenced survey...The book will be well received in universities and colleges. It provides the information and detail required by students doing research in industry and in academic institutes. - Chemistry and Industry