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The literature dealing with the effect of sulfuric acid on the constituents of raw cotton fiber has been reviewed. The constituents of starch slasher mixes have been noted. The sulfuric acid steep has been studied at elevated temperatures in the laboratory. Under carefully controlled conditions...
Much progress in the understanding of the mechanical properties of high polymeric substances has been made in the past few years. The theory of the mechanical properties of rubberlike systems has been developed by Guth, James, Gee, Treloar, and others; those of fiberlike materials have been...
Observations in the literature concerning the effects of certain fungi and bacteria on the structure of the wool fiber are scattered and contradictory. In this study, using the fungus Microsporum gypseum and the bacterium Pseudomonas sp., it has been observed that the scale cells of the wool are...
The description of an instrument to measure compressional stress-relaxation characteristics of textile materials at a constant compression, utilizing the sensitive response characteristics of a resistance-wire strain-gage cantilever weighbar, is given. It employs a deflection galvanom eter in...
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