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by Kathryn L. Hatch

ePub Textile Science download
Kathryn L. Hatch
West Group; 4th Printing edition (March 1, 1993)
Crafts & Hobbies
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CSUN FCS Textile Identification Manual with Textile Collection. Kathryn Lousie Hatch has been listed as a noteworthy Textile science educator by Marquis Who's Who. Works. Basic Swatch Kit-Swatch material samples included & applied. 49525/?tag prabook0b-20. Hatch, Kathryn Lousie was born on December 19, 1943 in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. Daughter of Henry H. and Beatrice M. (Star) Chandler.

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Kathryn L. Hatch, Howard Ira Maibach. This article summarizes textile dye prevalence studies and makes recommendations for advancing knowledge about textile-dye sensitization. Prevalence data is provided by study and by dye. Dermatology.

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Textile Science
  • This is an excellent book with good explanations of the chemistry that defines the properties of different fibers, yarns, and textiles. Readers with at least some chemistry and physics (e.g.. high school) will find the properties easier to remember given the physical explanations. Readers without this background will find themselves led through the pertinent information and though it might not "stick" as much, they will appreciate that all of this makes sense.
    The first part of the book covers physical properties that might be a bit tedious for some readers, but the following sections on fibers, yarns, weaves and finishes were easy to follow and enjoyable to this curious reader; the sections and subsections are clearly indicated and generally short enough to absorb readily.

  • Good to deal with A+++

  • This a well organized, easy to read book. The magnified pics of fibers, and black and white drawings are also good.