Pollution Free Dyeing on Cotton Fabric Extracted from Swietenia macrophylla and Musa Acuminata as Unpolluted Dyes and Citrus. Limon (L.) as Unpolluted Mordanting Agent

  title={Pollution Free Dyeing on Cotton Fabric Extracted from Swietenia macrophylla and Musa Acuminata as Unpolluted Dyes and Citrus. Limon (L.) as Unpolluted Mordanting Agent},
  author={Anowar Hossain and Akm Saiful Islam and Ashis Kumar Samanta},
  journal={Trends in Textile Engineering \& Fashion Technology},
Textile materials are colored for value addition, looks and fulfilling the desires of customers. Textile industries are highly concentrated to synthetic dyes due to having availability as well as desired shade maching capability, but synthetic dyes are highly polluting the environment which has become an alarming issue for the scientist concerns of textile and environment engineering. So, natural dyes can be a permanent replacement for the development of pollution free concepts of dyeing and… 
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