Chemistry involved in textile manufacturing

Chemistry involved in textile manufacturing

textile-chemistryTextile can be defined as “it is a flexible woven material consisting of a network of natural or artificial fibres often referred to as thread or yarn”. Textiles widely used for carpeting, furnishings, window shades, towels, coverings for tables, beds, flags, backpacks, tents, nets, handkerchiefs, balloons, kites, sails. Textiles can be made from many materials. These materials come from four main sources: animal (wool, silk), plant (cotton, flax, jute), mineral. Read More

Chemistry of Social Media Addiction

socialmedia-addiction_shotsConversation is a form of interactive, spontaneous communication between two or more people. Typically it occurs in spoken communication, as written exchanges are usually not referred to as conversations. The development of conversational skills and etiquette is an important part of socialization. Conversations may be ideal when, for example, each party desires a relatively equal exchange of information, or when the parties desire to build social ties. Read More

Toluene biodegradation using jet loop reactor

toluene-2Toluene is an aromatic hydrocarbon solvent and natural sources of toluene include crude oil and small quantities it is found in tolu tree.Toluene alternative names include methylbenzene, toluol, anisen, phenyl methane. Toluene is produced during the process of making gasoline and other fuels from crude oil, in making coke from coal, and as a by-product in the manufacture of styrene. Toluene has numerous commercial and industrial applications and is a solvent. Read More

Hormonal Love – Cosmo Aroma Attraction – Personal care Medicinal chemicals Mechanism

brain_scienceBiochemicals, chemical messengers, mood swingers, plant growth regulators what ever may be the names for hormones plays vital role in humans, animals and even in plants. Hormones produced in one part of body/place and travel through bloodstream to different parts of the body. Hormones basically involved in Growth – in humans, animals and plants, Digestion process – in humans, animals, Metabolism – in humans, animals, Mood changes – in humans. Read More