mercerized cotton


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mercerized cotton

[ˈmɜːsəˌraɪzdˈkɒtn] ncotone m mercerizzato
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Mercerized cotton fabrics accept dye so much better than other fabrics.
"Gradient Lounge" is a generously sized chaise with voluptuous curves, 3-D-printed from polyamide nickel and copper, with matching upholstery that was 3-D-knit of silk, mercerized cotton and Merino wool.
Yarn Plymouth Yarn Pendenza (100% mercerized cotton; 240 yd [219 m]/3 1/2 0z [100 g]): #0001 mauve purple mix, 4 (4, 4, 5, 5, 6) balls.
The mercerization process converts native cotton (cellulose I) to mercerized cotton (cellulose II) [7].
This confirmed the more reactivity and better adsorption of nanostructures on mercerized cotton, interestingly in agreement with the results and discussions developed in Section 3.1.
Their poplin shirt boasts 100% mercerized cotton for breathability and durability, a 260 thread count for added softness, and natural Mother of Pearl buttons for strength and style.
The following fastness properties were tested on dyeing of mercerized cotton woven by exhaust dyeing process.
Desized, bleached cotton, and mercerized cotton (styles # 400 and 400 M obtained from Testfabrics, Inc.) were treated with NMSO diluted with deionized water.
Cotstyle Apparels sells 50,000 units of Cotstyle Single Fibre single and double mercerized cotton in more than 750 stores spread across major cities.
The rugs are hand-tufted of 100 percent wool or wool and mercerized cotton.