- Author:Franklin Beech
- Publisher:BiblioLife (April 30, 2009)
- Pages:216 pages
- FB2 format1938 kb
- ePUB format1755 kb
- DJVU format1316 kb
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Excerpt from The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics.
In this little book the author has endeavoured to supply the dyer of woollen fabrics with a conveniently arranged handbook dealing with the various branches of the wool dyeing industry, and trusts that it will be found to meet the want which undoubtedly exists for such a book.
The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics.
The text on which the book is based is expressed in the title The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics, and in enlarging upon it the . This is information every wool dyer should possess, but the author believes it is better dealt with in books devoted to Chemistry proper.
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Franklin beech practical colourist and chemist; author of.
Franklin beech practical colourist and chemist; author of "The dyeing of cotton fabrics," etc, With thirty-three illustrations. Chapter II. Processes preparatory to dyeing, scouring and bleaching of wool. Chapter III. Dyeing machinery and dyeing manipulations. Chapter IV. The principles and practice of wool dyeing. Catalogue of Special Technical Books for Manufacturers, Technical Students and Workers, Schools, Colleges, etc. Index to subjects.