Issues with the application of new acidic azo-dyes to the dyeing and antimicrobial finishing of wool fabric are discussed. The dyes impart excellent operating properties to the textiles and allow hazardous environmental impacts to be reduced.
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Khazanov, G.I., Aparushkina, M.A. New Dyes with Antimicrobial Properties. Fibre Chem 51, 424–426 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10692-020-10125-6