Practical experience with residual concentrated finishing liquor

January 2000
Colourage;Jan2000, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p39
Trade Publication
Presents the abstract of the paper "Practical Experience With Residual Concentrated Finishing Liquors," published in a 1998 issue of the periodical "Melliand Textilberichte".


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