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Since color makes textiles attractive, coloration or dyeing has been practised from ancient times. In earlier times dyes were obtained from nature but from the beginning of twentieth century synthetic dyes slowly began to replace the natural ones. The materials prepared from different textile fibres require dyes of different characteristics. Thousands of dyes have been developed which have varied properties and hues. A full coverage of all such advances would require several volumes. However such an extensive coverage would be superfluous for students and technicians for whom this book is intended. This book has been written to present all the relevant information in a comprehensive yet concise manner.
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