Emerging Technologies for Textile Coloration
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Emerging Technologies for Textile Coloration features perspectives on advances in textile coloration technologies. It provides a comprehensive and holistic overview, supporting rapid and efficient entry of new researchers into emerging subjects within textile engineering and technology.
- Introduces current, reliable coloration technologies
- Explains emerging coloration technologies from a multidisciplinary point of view
- Discusses future R&D opportunities
- Offers systematic research-oriented outlines and observations and well-defined illustrative models and schemes
Written for academicians, scientists, researchers, and advanced students of textile science and technology, this work aims to provide depth of understanding of both state-of-the-art and emergent topics and to spur further research leading to new opportunities and applications.
Table of Contents
Part I: Introduction to the Textile Coloration Technologies: State of the Art. 1. Historical Perspectives of Textile Coloration. 2. Fundamental Color Characteristics and Measurement. 3. Chemistry of Textile Substrates. 4. Chemistry of Coloring Substances. 5. Aspects on Auxilleries/Mordanting/Dyeing. 6. Industrial Processes of Textile Coloration. 7. Industrial Processes of Pre/meta/post Treatments of Textiles. 8. Industrial Processes of Textile Mordanting and Dyeing. 9. Role of Solvent Media on Coloration. 10. Conventional Coloration Technologies. Part II: Textile Coloration: Aspects of Emerging Technologies. 11. Principles and Applications. 12. Industrial Innovation. 13. Sustainable Technologies. 14. Plasma Technology. 15. Gamma Ray Irradiation (GRI) Technology. 16. Nanotechnology. 17. Ultrasonic and Microwave Technology. 18. Electrochemical Technology. 19. Supercritical Fluid Technology. Part III: Future R & D and Recommendations. 20. Future Dimension of Textile Technology. 21. Value Addition and Recommendations
Mohd Yusuf is Assistant Professor and Head. Department of Chemistry, YMD College, India. He received his Ph.D. (Chemistry), Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India. Mohammad Shahid is Dr. D.S. Kothari Fellow, ICT, Mumbai, India. He received his Ph.D. (Chemistry), Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India.