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10 Dyeing with Disperse Dyes

@inproceedings{Koh201210DW,
  title={10 Dyeing with Disperse Dyes},
  author={Joonseok Koh},
  year={2012}
}
Before the First World War, almost all dyes were applied from solution in an aqueous dyebath to substrates such as cotton, wool, silk and other natural fibres. However, the introduction of a man-made fibre, cellulose acetate, with its inherent hydrophobic nature, created a situation where very few of the available dyes had affinity for the new fibre. Water-soluble anionic dyes had little substantivity for the fibre and the alkaline conditions required for the application of vat dyes brought… 

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