Use of Infrared Spectroscopy for Evaluating the Quality of Fiber Mixing
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The application of infrared spectral analysis in the study of fibers is examined. The major absorption intensity peaks of wool and acrylic fiber are determined. An analysis is given for a three-component wool-dyed acrylic fiber-undyed acrylic fiber mixture.
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