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A study of adsorption of water vapour on wool under static and dynamic conditions
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998-01)
Adsorption of water vapour on wool provides not only textile comfort, but also convenience in transportation due to increase in its bulk density. The adsorption and desorption isotherms of water vapour for wool were ...
Characterization of hollow chemical garden fibers from metal salts and water glass
Hollow fibers formed from water glass and metal salts of IIA(Ca), VIIB(Fe, Co, Ni) and IB(Cu) groups were characterised in this study. Fragile fibres obtained herein broke down into small pieces during isolation and drying. ...
Water vapour adsorption on organic and inorganic polymers
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003)
Water vapour adsorption on polymers affects their processing behaviour and useful properties. Water vapour adsorption on organic polymers, silk, Nylon 6 fibres in undrawn and permanent set forms, polyester micro fibres, ...