Handbook of Fiber Finish Technology

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CRC Press, Sep 9, 1997 - Science - 534 pages
Discusses the components of textile finishes, and the chemical and physical properties of, as well as their effects on, various fibres. The book covers fundamentals of fibre finish science, such as theories of friction; laboratory testing of formulations, from preliminary component evaluation to analyses for material characterization; and the influence of wetting, emulsification and finish distribution on coatings.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
TENSION FRICTION AND LUBRICATION
7
LABORATORY TESTING AND COMPONENT
31
YARN TO HARD SURFACE LUBRICANTS
71
COHESIVE AGENTS
129
EMULSIFIERS
185
ANTISTATS
273
Free Acids
303
ANTIOXIDANTS
319
SOILAND STAINRESISTANT TEXTILE FINISHES
385
ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION
449
AUTHOR INDEX
479
SUBJECT INDEX
487
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Slade\, Philip E.

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