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|Title:||Commercially adoptable process for manufacturing Natural dyes for cotton|
Saikia, C N
Das, K K
|Abstract:||Dyes were extracted from the stems, roots and leaves of<i> <b>Rubia cordifolia </b></i><b>Linn<i>.</i>, <i>Morinda angustifolia </i>Roxb<i>.</i> </b>and<b> <i>Tectona grandis </i>Linn. f.</b>,<b> </b>respectively and the dyeing behaviours of the colour components on cotton were evaluated. The dyeing was carried out with and without the use of mordants and the fastness properties of the fabrics were determined. The absorbance (%) and colour strengths (<i>K/S</i>) of the dyes were evaluated and the colour changes were recorded in Hunter co-ordinates and converted to CIELab co-ordinates|
|ISSN:||0975-1092 (Online); 0972-592X (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||NPR Vol.3(1) [January-February 2004]|
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