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The next step for most woven fabrics is desizing. Various types of starch are used for sizing cotton warps to reinforce them. Washing alone does not effectively dissolve starch sizes but digestion with appropriate enzymes will eliminate them. The sizing washed out of a woven fabric is often discarded, so it must be cheap and have minimal environmental impact. Washing liquors from desizing contain substantial quantities of organic chemicals that cause an important pollution problem. They are mostly biodegradable, but this consumes considerable amounts of dissolved oxygen from the water, which adversely affects the local ecosystem.
4. 5. , Eds (New York: Wiley-Interscience, 1954) 251. J G Cook, Handbook of Textile Fibres, 5th Edn (UK: Merrow Publish. , 1984). M Lewin and E M Pearce, Eds, Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology, Vol. IV, Fiber Chemistry (New York: Marcel Dekker, 1985). P G Drexler and G C Tesoro, Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology, Vol. I, Part B, M Lewin and S B Sello, Eds (New York: Marcel Dekker, 1984). , 114 (1998) 194. 33 27/07/01, 10:08 34 FIBROUS POLYMERS CHAPTER 3 Fibrous polymers This chapter introduces some principles of polymer chemistry and discusses the structural characteristics of the major fibrous polymers and their important properties, particularly those related to dyeing.
It is a powerful method for determining the structures of molecules. Diffraction of an X-ray beam impinging on an extended fibre at right angles to its axis often gives a pattern of dots characteristic of a crystal, but accompanied by the more diffuse pattern characteristic of amorphous materials. Many fibres are partly crystalline in regions where chain orientation is high and the closely spaced chains interact. Fibres also have zones where the arrangement of the molecular chains is completely random.