Fiber Essays

  • Dyes, Coloring Materials Used In Dyeing Textiles

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    hand it can be defined as a substance which may be natural or synthetic use to change or add color to the textile materials. They are incorporated into the fiber by chemical reaction, absorption, or dispersion. Dyes differ in their resistance to sunlight, perspiration, washing, gas, alkalizes, and other agents; their affinity for different fibers; their reaction to cleaning agents and methods; and their solubility and method of application. CLASSIFICATION OF DYES The English chemist William Perkins

  • Melanin Pigments

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    existing colored composite that absorbs light in the visible range of the electromagnetic spectrum. Most pigments are used in manufacturing and visual arts. These pigments could be employed to dye not only natural fibers like silk, cotton and wool, but also synthetic fibers like nylon and vinylon, and generally gave a good color tone. Synthetic inorganic chemical manufacturing rather than by grinding and washing clays or minerals taken directly from the earth. Several

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome Case Studies

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    • Endoscopy. This looks at your GI tract with a long, thin, flexible tube (endoscope). TREATMENT There is no cure for IBS, but treatment can help relieve symptoms. IBS treatment often includes: • Changes to your diet, such as: ○ Eating more fiber. This may help with IBS. ○ Avoiding foods that cause symptoms. ○ Drinking more water. ○ Eating regular, medium-sized portioned meals. • Medicines. These may

  • Essay On Veganism

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    Herbivores do not only take the form of animals, but humans as well. Veganism, “a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose.” (The Vegan Society). When people think about a vegan lifestyle, the first question, assumption or judgment is based off their diet. The food choices of a vegan have risen, deep concern, and question regarding whether or not this lifestyle is healthy

  • Red Cabbage: Brassica Oleracea

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    copper sulphate does not need others substances to perform. Its only perform by itself. The treated fabric need to be rinse well and caution blue vitriol is poisonous. Tannic acid is a mordant for great colours for tans or browns. Cotton and iinen fibers are perform greatly with the presence of Tannic acid. For the wool mordanted with tannic acid before dyeing tends to create darken

  • Short Essay On Fashion Draping

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    Learning about the Art of Fashion Draping Fashion draping is the oldest method in fashion design, and it has been used since the 18th century. Today, it is considered as an essential part of fashion design. Fashion draping refers to the process of placing and pinning fabric on a standard size dress form to create the structure of a clothing design. You can find various types and sizes of dress forms created for women, men, and children to fulfill the requirement of fashion draping. You can drape

  • Essay On Softball Bats

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    Composite softball bats - Slowpitch and Fastpitch Composite Softball Bats Composite bats are made of reinforced carbon fibre polymer. The carbon fibre polymer or composite can make up the whole softball bat or part of it. The softball bats that are made entirely out of this composite are called composite bats and the ones that are made of part of the composite and the rest of the bat is either aluminium alloy or wood they are known as composite hybrid bats. The carbon fibre polymer is used to reinforce

  • Windshield Repair Research Paper

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    WINDSHIELD REPAIR: WHAT IS IT? Your vehicle's windshield is composed of three layers: two pieces of glass separated by a thin layer of "PVB" (polyvinyl butyrate). PVB is the plastic film that essentially holds it all together. Depending on the density of the outer-layer and the force of a rock impact, the glass can flex and break. Unless the windshield is completely shattered, most often the damage is in the form of a rock chip. These are generally in the shape of a star, bullseye, or tiny crack

  • Speech On Plastic Pollution

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    Plastic In my opinion, there is no reason to keep wasting money on plastic, that is just going to end up causing risk to all living things on this planet. Did you know that about 8.3 billion plastic particles are made each year and about 6.3 million just end up as plastic waste in landfills? But, what happens when the landfills are full? Plastic pollutes the ocean and environment in many ways. Plastic usage is an extremely poor choice for everything and it should be banned because it pollutes

  • A Descriptive Essay On Fishing

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    Fishing is one of the best past-times and hobbies that people love to do. It is great when you fish alone, but it also becomes a bonding time with family and friends when you do fishing in groups. Either way, fishing should be enjoyed. Giving one glance at someone who is fishing, you might think that fishing is very simple. For those who do not understand what fishing is all about, they think that it is simply putting a bait on the hook and let it submerge in the water while you sat patiently until

  • Case Study Of Under Armour

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    Under Armour: Working to Stay on Top of Its Game Lulu M. Mero Webster University Abstract This paper explores the case study found in the Strategic Management: Competitiveness & Globalization (10th ed) under the authors of the book, Michael A. Hitt, R. Duane Ireland, and Robert E. Hoskisson. The title of the case is “Under Armour: Working to stay on Top of Its Game” which analyzes fully the portfolio of the company. Under Armour is an apparel firm that faces some competition and

  • Biggels Clean Aid: Company Analysis

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    For this assignment assume that I work for a company which manufactures a multi-purpose washing detergent. The name of my company is called Biggels Clean Aid and in this assignment I shall apply the speech to demonstrate as my presentation mode to the visiting Saudi Arabians Biggels Clean Aid was established 3 years ago with the purpose of making an affordable, effective and environment friendly product. Since its inception Biggels Clean Aid has registered 80% growth selling a minimum of 1,000

  • Essay On Food And My Eating Habits

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    My view of food and my eating habits was significantly shaped by my mother. My mother was a stay at home mom, so she was there to prepare every meal. I grow up in a middle class family which was not the norm in the 60s and 70s for black families. My dad worked for IBM during that time and it was not long before he started working as a engineer. My dads job allowed my mom to buy and prepare healthy well rounded nutritional meals. My mom prepared foods that seem to always have plenty of vegetables

  • Biochemistry: The Importance Of Proteins

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    Proteins are the most abundant molecules in cells, making up 50% or more of their dry weight. Every protein has unique structure and conformation or shape, which enables it to carry out a specific function in a living cell. Proteins comprise the complex muscle system and the connective tissue network, and they are important as carriers in the blood system. All enzymes are proteins, enzymes All proteins contain carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen. Most protein contain sulfur and some additional

  • Peat Soil Lab Report

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    stabilization and fiber reinforcement are chosen. Chemical stabilizer used is Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) and the fiber is taken from car waste tyre (Polyester). Physical properties test is conducted to determine the physical properties of the peat. According to von Post classification system, the type of the peat used is classified under H7 which is pseudo-fibrous peat or hemic peat. This present study focusing on study to determine the strength development before and after fiber inclusion on the

  • Muscle Transplantation: A Case Study

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    transplanting muscle fibers. Since there are fast twitch and slow twitch muscle fibers all over the body within every muscle group, one would have to extract the entire muscle. Then there is the issue with the cells of the tissue staying alive during the process of removal and transplant. However, it is possible to increase the number of muscle fast twitch muscle fibers through surgery, but one will not be able to do so without transferring over some slow twitch muscle fibers. The muscle fibers will also need

  • Forensic Dentistry Case Study

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    To evaluate the birefringence pattern of collagen fibers in post-mortem oral tissues using Picrosirius red and polarized light microscopy. 2. To assess the distribution of thick and thin fibers and compare between males and females. Materials and methods: This study was conducted on Labial mucosal tissues of deceased individuals, collected from Department of Forensic Medicine

  • Swelling In Fig

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    3.4. Swelling behavior The swelling behavior of the DCMC crosslinked gelatin-PEG composite hydrogel fibers is studied and presented in Fig. 3. It shows that the equilibrium swelling ratio of the hydrogel fibers is very high, which is found to be between 89 and 93%. The result indicates that the hydrogel fibers are effective biomaterials for using as wound dressings since they can absorb wound exudates and provide moist environment for wound leading to acceleration of wound healing. The water in hydrogel

  • Muscle Contraction Lab Report

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    neither solution A, B, or C will cause the muscle fiber to contract. Introduction: Muscle contraction occurs when a stimulus causes acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter, to be released. This will then generate an electrical impulse that enters the t-tubules and Sarcoplasmic Reticulum that will then release Calcium ions ( Ca+). Once the calcium has been released in the sarcoplasm, it will then bind to the troponin causing it to shift and expose

  • Occipital Lobe Research Paper

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    Information from the retina leaves the eye through the optic nerve, which leads to the optical chiasm. Here, the fibers from the nasal side of the fovea in each eye cross over to the opposite side of the brain while the others remain on the same side. The result is that the mapping from external visual fields to the cortex is crossed. Visual information from the left