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The coloration of wool and other keratin fibres.


The coloration of wool and other keratin fibres.

Ed. by David M. Lewis and John A. Rippon.



439 pages



Society of dyers and colourists


Academic and corporate researchers in textiles and color update and expand D.M. Lewis' Wool Dyeing, published by the Society for students and practitioners with wool now that it is a minority fabric. Among the topics are the structure of wool, the role of auxiliaries in dyeing wool and other keratin fibers, wool-dyeing machinery, dyeing wool with acid and mordant dyes, dying wool blends, and the coloration of human hair.

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Date:Dec 1, 2013
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