Dyeing of textiles Brief history of textile dyeing Dyeing known 2600-4000 BC, Phoenicians Synthetic dye 1856 aniline read Mauve, Perkin Synthetic alizarine1858, indigo 1883/Bayer New dyes were necessary for new fibres (hydrophobic) Additional functional properties for natural fibres Competition of natural vs. new synthetic fibres Cellulosic fibres: reactive, vat, direct, sulphur, naphtole dyes Protein and
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