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2019, vol. 67, br. 1, str. 20-24
Ponašanje biopoliranja na obojenost i određena svojstva pamučnih tkanina
aUniversity 'Goce Delchev', Faculty of Technology, Shtip, Macedonia
bUniversity 'Goce Delchev', Faculty of Economics, Shtip, Macedonia

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Konvencionalni hemijski procesi su generalno ozbiljni i mogu da oštete vlakana. Enzimi se odlikuju svojom sposobnošću da rade pod blagim uslovima i kao rezultat toga, procesi se mogu odvijati bez daljeg oštećenja vlakana. Enzimi su takođe lako biorazgradivi i stoga potencijalno bezopasni i ekološki prihvatljivi. Biopolirani enzimi koji se koriste u biopoliranju, nude brojne pogodnosti kao što su poboljšanje otpornosti na piling, superiorna osvetljenost boje, mekoća i hladniji osećaj. Tretman biopoliranjem, koji se daje pamučnim tkaninama od celulaze, često utiče na obojenost i određene fi zičke osobine tkanina nakon tretmana. Ovaj rad predstavlja pregled ponašanja celulaznog tretmana na obojenost i različita svojstva pamučnih tkanina.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/tekstind1901020M
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 04.04.2019.
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