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The Xenon Reference Fabric is sensitive to temperature as shown in Table VIII. 7 Precut white card stock for backing test specimens is available from SDL Atlas AATCC Technical Manual/2008 TM 16-2004 Copyright © 2007 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists 31 Table VIII—Temperature vs. 9. com. Comparable white card stock (9016 White Bristol Index) is also available from stationery stores and dealers in artist’s supplies. com. , 4-14 Shinjuku, 5-Chome, Tokyo 160, Japan; tel: +81(3) 3354-5241; fax: +81(3) 3354-5275.

5 g of distilled water. Cautiously add the acid to the water swirling and cooling in ice water or under a tap. Wear goggles! The solution becomes very hot and may boil and spatter if not cooled during mixing. 4956 g per mL. 0116 g per mL at 20°C). 10. 6221 g per mL. 12 m-Cresol, reagent grade. Poisonous. Use in ventilated hood. 13 Hydrofluoric acid, 49% reagent grade. Very dangerous. Use goggles and hood under suction. Do not inhale vapors or allow to contact skin. 7. 1 If the sample is loose fiber or yarn, it may contain one fiber only or it may be an intimate blend of two or more fibers.

These yarns in turn may be the same or different and may themselves contain a blend of fibers. 3 Woven and knitted fabrics may be constructed of the same or different yarns in various combinations. The yarn may contain one or more fiber types. 4 Different fiber types may be dyed to the same color. Contrarywise, the same fiber type may appear in different colors in the finished article by mixing stock dyed or yarn dyed materials or using fibers with modified dyeing characteristics. 5 It is essential that the specimens selected represent the entire sample of raw fiber, yarn or fabric under examination.

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