Asked in Science, Clothing, Crocheting and Knitting
Can regenerated cellulose dye by reactive cold pad batch method?
Yes, regenerated cellulose is chemically identical to cellulose and can be dyed with fiber reactive dyes using the cold pad batch method. Most regenerated cellulose fabrics ( viscose rayons ) have an excellent affinity to fiber reactive dye and will dye to intense colors using the batching technique. ...
Asked in Organic Chemistry
What is the organic compound used to produce regenerated fibres?
Rayon was one of the first regenerated fibers. It is made from cellulose obtained from wood pulp. the wood pulp is reacted with sodium hydroxide and carbon disulphide and then more caustic soda. The viscose produced is then passed through an acid batch and a spun cellulose based fiber is produced. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering
What is viscose fabric?
Viscose is the name for a type of bio-based textile made from regenerated cellulose fiber, using a wet-spin process. Viscose fabric is a part of the rayon family. All fabrics manufactured with cellulose, from bamboo, plant or tree pulps, are collectively called rayon. ...
Asked in Biochemistry
Which substrate is regenerated after one cycle of the Kreb's cycle?
Oxaloacetate is regenerated at the end of the cycle.
Asked in Paper
Is cellophane paper plastic or paper?
Cellophane is a plastic made from paper. The same wood cellulose found in paper is the basis for cellophane. The thin film is "regenerated" from cellulose that has been dissolved in caustic soda, then treated with sulfuric acid. The same material (called viscose) that forms cellophane is the base for the "semi-synthetic" polyester fiber known as rayon. ...
Asked in Clothing
How is rayon diffrent from cotton?
Rayon is a manufactured regenerated cellulose fiber. ecause it is produced from naturally occurring polymer, it is neither a truly a synthetic fiber nor a natural fiber; it is a semi-synthetic or artificial. Cotton is a natural fiber from a tree or bush. ...
Asked in Clothing
What are the names of the two manufactured fibers?
Regenerated and synthetic fibers. Regenerated are processed natural materials. Synthetic made entirely from chemicals. ...
What would happen in fermentation if NAD plus is not regenerated?
If NAD+ is not regenerated, the oxidation of glyceraldehyde 3-P will cease and glycolysis will stop. ...
Asked in Cleaning
What is a cellulose sponge made of?
A cellulose sponge is made of, well, cellulose. Cellulose is the main component of plant cell walls, so many plant derived products are cellulose based. Wood is about 50% cellulose, paper and cardboard are almost entirely cellulose, and most plant fibers are mostly cellulose- cotton is about 90% cellulose. the wikipedia article is decent: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cellulose ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between regenerated fibres and synthetic fibres?
regenerated fibres are ones that are produced again, regrown synthetic fibres are manmade, manufactured ...