Best Reference Books – Chemical Processing of Textile

We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Chemical Processing of Textile subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Chemical Processing of Textile along with reviews.

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1. “Basics of Textile Chemical Processing” by Gopalakrishnan D & Karthik
2. “Chemical Processing of Textiles” by Clifton G Overholser
3. “Handbook of Polymer Nanocomposites. Processing, Performance and Application” by Jitendra K Pandey and Hitoshi Takagi

“Handbook of Polymer Nanocomposites. Processing, Performance and Application” Book Review: This book is presented in two volumes. Volume B deals with carbon nanotube based polymer composites. Volume C deals with polymer nanocomposites of cellulose nano-particles. Each chapter contains architecture, characteristics, properties and applications. This book is a great contribution and is used as a reference for masters or doctoral level students and, for polymer and material scientists.

4. “Textile Chemical Processing” by Dr Meena Gupta
5. “Textile Chemical Processing” by Chitra Chowdhary
6. “Handbook of Textile Processing Chemicals” by Michael and Irene Ash

“Handbook of Textile Processing Chemicals” Book Review: This book integrates data of trade name industries including apparel, household products and generic chemicals which includes bleaching, dying and printing, conditioning used in the manufacture and delivery of textiles. Some of the chemicals described in detail in this book are adhesives; antifoaming agents; antistats; binders; biocides; carriers; coning oils; delustrants; dye assistants; dispersing agents; emulsifiers; flame retardants; fulling agents; lubricants; oil repellants; penetrants; preservatives; retarding agents; sequestrants; softeners; soil repellants; solvents; UV absorbers; water repellents; whitening agents.

7. “Silk: Processing, Properties and Applications (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)” by K Murugesh Babu

“Silk: Processing, Properties and Applications (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)” Book Review: This book provides detailed description on sericulture, silk fabric processing, silk properties and its uses and applications. It includes aspects of sericulture, including the range of mulberry and non-mulberry species of silk worm, early and last stage rearing and harvesting of cocoons. Each chapter discusses techniques of reeling, weaving, spinning and dyeing. Also discusses the physical and chemical structure of silk and details of spider silk. This is useful for textile technologists, fiber scientists and examines the future of silk in the textile, biomedical, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.

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8. “Textile Processing with Enzymes (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)” by Cavaco-Paulo A and Gubitz G

“Textile Processing with Enzymes (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)” Book Review: This book provides the details of enzymes and their use with textile materials, and processes such as de-sizing, scouring, bleaching, dyeing and finishing. It covers all the aspects from the chemical constitution and properties of textile materials as potential substrates for enzymes to the processing of these materials; from biochemistry and enzymology to the industrial application of biocatalysts. It contains analysis, functions, applications, practical aspects, insights in process engineering and problems of applications of enzymes in textiles. This is valuable for textile students, scientists and engineers. Contains details of enzyme stabilities, operational and storage stabilities along with health and safety issues.

9. “Polymer Science and Technology” by Joel R Fried

“Polymer Science and Technology” Book Review: This book covers principles; advanced synthesis to the latest applications in multiple industries including medicine and biotechnology. It includes topics such as controlled radical polymerization, green chemistry, block copolymers, nanofilters and more. It offers polymer properties, coverage of group correlations and the use of topological indices and neural networks including molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo methods. Also describes amorphous and crystalline states, transitions, mechanical properties and solid-state characterization. It is supported with many applications, examples, calculations, problems and references.

10. “Wear in Plastics Processing: How to Understand, Protect, and Avoid” by G Mennig
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