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Title: A review of the chrome mordant dyeing of wool with special reference to the afterchrome process
Authors: Maasdorp, APB
Keywords: Chrome
Mordant
Afterchrome process
Wool
Issue Date: Nov-1983
Series/Report no.: Wol
61
Abstract: The classical age of the Greeks and the Romans saw the introduction of metal salts like ferrous sulphate and alum for use as mordants in the dyeing of fabric. The use of salts of other metals like leads, tin, nickel, zinc, antimony, aluminium and bismuth as mordants, however, only became evident over the last three to four hundred years.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4707
ISBN: 0 7988 2736 X
Appears in Collections:South African wool and textile research institute of the CSIR
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