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  • Encyclopedic Dictionary of Polymers
    S-Finishing n A finishing process applied to acetate and triacetate fabrics using a sodium hydroxide solution to give surface saponification; i.e., the fiber ��skin�� is converted to cellulose.
  • Dermatotoxicology
    � a 100% rayon group, which will include garments made from 100% bamboo because bamboo fibers differ from rayon fibers only in the source of the cellulose (bamboo stalks rather than trees) (1), a 100% acetate and triacetate fabric group, a 100% polyester �
  • Dermatotoxicology
    Then, the single-fiber fabric group should be divided into a 100% cotton group, 100% acetate and triacetate fab- ric group, a 100% polyester group, a 100% nylon group, a 100% silk group, 100% wool group, and 100% olefin (poly- propylene) group.
  • Cellulose Acetate and Triacetate Fibers
    A small but significant amount of 100% acetate or triacetate fabrics is also used in eveningwear and in more expensive women�s clothing where aesthetics are desirable.
  • Cellulose Acetate Flake
    A small but significant amount of 100% acetate or triacetate fabrics is also used in eveningwear and in more expensive women�s clothing where aesthetics are desirable.
  • A-level Applied Science/Colour Chemistry/Fibres/Cellulose - Wikibooks, open books for an open world
    A finishing process called S-Finishing or surface saponification is sometimes applied to acetate and triacetate fabrics using a sodium hydroxide solution.
  • http://msucares.com/pubs/publications/p1400.pdf
    Fingernail Polish - Try nail polish remover, but do not use on acetate or triacetate fabrics .
  • Painter skills
    � Modally (Danufil Zantrel, Colvera) low elasticity, the viscose creases stanc. very absorbent stanc. hygroscopically, by 60 � e waschbar, viscose fibers in mixtures with cotton, and chemical fibers for Dekorations � and upholstery materials acetate and triacetate (Tricei, Arn eggs, Rhodiafasern �
  • Handbook of Rheology Modifiers
    Uses: Thickener for textile printing on polyester, polyamide, polyacetate, acetate, triacetate, wool, silk; thickener for direct printing on PES, PA, PC, acetate , triacetate fiber fabrics .
  • Flame Retardants
    Fabrics of acetate and triacetate have a pleasing appear- ance and a high degree of lustre, but the lustre of these fabrics can be modified through addition of delusterants.