Colour for Textiles: A User's Handbook by W Ingamells

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Such molecules are referred to as macromolecules. The general concept of structure upon which modern macromolecular chemistry is based Contents was first proposed by Staudinger, who envisaged such molecules as exceptionally long chains of repeating identical units. 4). Home 4· THE ATTRIBUTES OF FIBRES His views have since been adequately confirmed, particularly by the work of Carothers, who was the first person to take simple compounds, synthesise a polymer and adapt its chemical structure to obtain a material with specified physical properties.

E. from a SO3Na C dyebath to a fibre. 14). This converts them to milling acid dyes (discussed in Chapter 5). Contents Hydrogen bonds Hydrogen bonds are a further source of attraction between molecules, somewhat similar to van der 38 Waals forces. The hydrogen atom is the smallest of all the atoms; in organic compounds it normally Home 3· THE CHEMICAL PRINCIPLES OF COLORATION forms a single covalent bond only. Often, however, a neighbouring atom may have a higher affinity for electrons than does the hydrogen atom, causing a drift of the electrons shared by the hydrogen towards the larger atom.

This surrounds the bulk of Orthocortex the fibre material, which is contained in the cellular cortex beneath. 3 The distribution of the orthocortex and the paracortex in a wool fibre scale cells (the exocuticle and the endocuticle). The cortex cells are tapering spindle-shaped structures, constructed from component macrofibrils in which the successively smaller microfibrils, protofibrils and finally the helical structure of the protein molecule may be detected. The cortex is heterogeneous and is divided into two regions along the length of the fibre, known as the orthocortex and paracortex.

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