A new method for the dyeing of mineral khaki

Daruwalla, E. H. ; Nabar, G. M. (1952) A new method for the dyeing of mineral khaki Journal of the Society of Dyers and Colourists, 68 (5). pp. 168-170. ISSN 0037-9859

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A new continuous single-bath process for the dyeing of mineral khaki on cellulosic textiles is described. The process consists in mixing the salts of chromium and iron with caustic soda in presence of an inhibiting agent such as glycerol to obtain a clear solution. The material is then impregnated with the clear solution, to which a coagulating agent which does not operate in the cold is added. The coagulation of the colloid, resulting in the precipitation of the hydroxides, is brought about by steaming the dried impregnated cloth. Dyeings having very satisfactory fastness properties are obtained.

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