Zimm-Bragg Model Applied to Sorption of Dyes by Biopolymers: Alginic Acid and Xanthan

@inproceedings{JureguiRincn2011ZimmBraggMA,
  title={Zimm-Bragg Model Applied to Sorption of Dyes by Biopolymers: Alginic Acid and Xanthan},
  author={Juan J{\'a}uregui-Rinc{\'o}n and Juan Antonio Lozano-{\'A}lvarez and I. Medina-Ram{\'i}rez},
  year={2011}
}
Dyes and dyeing processes are widely used as a means of introducing color into fibers or fabrics. Dyes should be easily introduced into the fiber and then, the color must be reasonably permanent (wash-fast) and stable to light (light-fast). Dyes exhibit considerable structural diversity and are classified by their chemical structure, application to the fiber type and/or solubility. A general classification accommodates these compounds as anionic (acid, direct and reactive dyes); cationic (basic… Expand

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