Textile Industrial Chemistry,Textile Engineering and apparel Industry

Textile chemistry and Textile Engineering is a highly specialized field that applies the principles of chemistry to the production of textiles, such as those used in clothing, furniture, tire yarn, air bags, and much more. Textile chemists may create new products to meet specific market needs or modify existing products to become more generally marketable. The dyeing and finishing aspects of textile industry and textile chemistry require an understanding of both organic chemistry and surface chemistry. The study of textile chemistry begins with the knowledge of natural and synthetic fibres. Because polymeric synthetic fibers are such an important part of today's textile business, the field includes many chemists who are trained in polymer chemistry. he interaction between textile chemistry and materials science is also increasing. Textile chemistry includes the application of the principles of surface chemistry to processes, such as dyeing and finishing. It also encompasses organic chemistry in the synthesis and formulation of the products used in these processes. In the textile industry, chemists work in research and development, process development, process modification, technical services, environmental chemistry in environmemtal testing, and dyeing and finishing operations. New textile research and materials science offer challenging new opportunities

  • Chemicals used in textile processing
  • Surface and organic chemistry
  • Fiber and polymer chemistry
  • Material Science involving in textile industry
  • Dyeing and finishing chemistry
  • Environmental Chemistry in Textile Industry
  • Man made fiber technology

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