Textile Preparation and Dyeing
Science Publishers, 2006 M01 9 - 834 pages
This book 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 students and the technicians to understand the processes clearly.
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