Modern Textile Characterization Methods

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This work details current advances in assessing the characteristics of polymers, single fibres and fibrous systems, and associated processes based on evolving theories in the physical, chemical and mechanical sciences. It focuses on recent develpments in selected characterization methods - such as Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Fourier transform nuclear magnetic resonance, electron diffraction, x-ray diffraction and electron microscopy - applicatble to polymers, fibres and textiles.

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Not how to determine what material that skirt in the thrift shop is made of, but techniques for assessing the characteristics of polymers, single fibers, and textile assemblies at various stages of development, processing, manufacture, and use. For readers who are familiar with the fundamentals of fiber science and textile processes, considers such topics as polymer characterization methods that elucidate chemical composition and configuration, morphology, and physicochemical properties; analytical pyrolysis to identify small changes in polymers, fibers, and other textile auxiliaries; color identification, separation, and purification; dyeing thermodynamics and compatibility; spectroscopic methods to determine molecular structure, mixture composition, and properties of cross-linked chemicals, and how pore structures relate to absorbency and flow-through processes. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Introduction - developments in textile characterization methods; polymer characterization; surface characterization of textiles using SEM; investigation of textiles by analytical pyrolysis; liquid chromatographic technique in textile analysis; evaluation of DP finishes by chromatographic and spectroscopic methods; accessible internal volume determination in cotton; pore structure in fibrous networks as related to absorption; micromeasurement of the mechanical properties of single fibres; objective measurement of fabric hand; colorimetry for textile applications; assessment of chemical barrier properties; assessment of the protective properties of textiles against microorganisms.

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