alexa Effects of Dyeing Temperature and Molecular Structure on the Dye Affinity of Polyurethane Films containing Polyethylene Glycol Segments

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Effects of Dyeing Temperature and Molecular Structure on the Dye Affinity of Polyurethane Films containing Polyethylene Glycol Segments

The high flexibility of polyurethane resin, even at low temperatures, and the fact that its molecular structure can be modified to produce fibers or films makes it an ideal material for cloth and interior linings. Segmented polyurethane (SPU) is commonly used as a raw material in the production of polyurethane elastic fibers as well as artificial and synthetic leather, but its hydrophobic nature means that disperse dyes are generally used despite their color fastness and colorability being unsatisfactory.

 
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