A Review on Applications of Liposomes in Textile Processing

  title={A Review on Applications of Liposomes in Textile Processing},
  author={Hossein Barani and Majid Montazer},
  journal={Journal of Liposome Research},
  pages={249 - 262}
This review discusses the properties of liposomes and their role in the textile process, including textile preparation and dyeing. Liposomes have a surface activity effect due to a hydrophilic head group and hydrophobic hydrocarbon tail. Its preparations do not tend to foam, which advantageously distinguishes them from other textile auxiliaries. According to the carrier role of liposomes, they can be used in several textile processes such as textile finishing and dyeing with several types of… 

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