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New techniques in wet processing of textiles, with emphasis on cotton

Expert Group Meeting on New Techniques in Wet-Processing of Textiles (1975 Manchester)

New techniques in wet processing of textiles, with emphasis on cotton

report of an Expert Group Meeting, Manchester, United Kingdom ... 23-28 June 1975.

by Expert Group Meeting on New Techniques in Wet-Processing of Textiles (1975 Manchester)

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Published by United Nations in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesID/166, ID/WG.205/14
ContributionsUnited Nations. Industrial Development Organization.
The Physical Object
Paginationiii,48p. ;
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18785110M
ISBN 100119042053
OCLC/WorldCa642927752

Brief history on origin of textiles. Introduction to textile fibres and essential requirements of textile fibres. Classification of textile fibres. Cotton fibres – Origin, History, Cultivation, Grading of cotton fibre, Physical and Chemical properties of cotton fibres 11Hrs L1, L2,L3 MODULE 2. Periodicals by Title and Subject. A list of periodicals (magazines, journals, newspapers, auction catalogs, and store catalogs) grouped by subject. Covers wet processing operations on textile mills (dyeing, bleaching, chemistry, etc.). Emphasis on production techniques, new equipment, finance, merchandising and sales. Apparel.

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