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Enzyme-enhanced bleaching of wool

Enzyme-enhanced bleaching of wool,10.1111/j.1478-4408.1997.tb01900.x,Journal of The Society of Dyers and Colourists,R Levene

Enzyme-enhanced bleaching of wool   (Citations: 2)
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Journal: Journal of The Society of Dyers and Colourists - J SOC DYERS COLOUR , vol. 113, no. 7-8, pp. 206-210, 2008
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    • ...On the other hand, the positive impacts of enzymatic attack on both the blend components, via enhancing their extent of absorption, as well as modifying the fabric structure, along with presence– NH2 groups or – +NH3 active sites at lower pH's, in addition to the activating action of the enzyme on the decomposition of H2O2 can not be ruled out (Cegarra, 1996; Levene, 1997; Ibrahim et al, 2004)...

    N. A. Ibrahimet al. Enzymatic Modification of Cotton/ Wool and Viscose/ Wool Blended Fabri...

    • ...effects [5-10] . Effects of different parameters in relation to the chemical and physical properties of the textile in the enzymatic treatments of the fabrics have been studied: concentration of enzyme, type of the used buffer solution and pH of the reaction medium [3, 4, 7]...
    • ...Usually the effect of protease on the wool textile is evaluated by measuring the tensile strength and/or weight loss [4-6] . Results obtained by Shen's research showed that by use of non-ionic surfactant along with protease deactivating effect measured as the weight loss, was observed on the enzyme, although on tensile strength loss no significant effect was obtained [12]...

    Nahid Hemmati Nejadet al. Enzymatic Treatment of Wool Fabric : Effects of the Surfactants

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