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Effect of various transition metal ions on mordanting stage of yak wool bleaching process
Mongolian Journal of Chemistry
Yak wool is a smooth, warm, and durable natural protein-structured fiber that could compete with cashmere and other high-end protein-structured fibers on the market. However, it suffers from drawing consumers' attention due to the lack of color due to the shortfall of the yak wool bleaching technology. Herein, we studied the applicability of various transition metals, i.e., copper (II), cobalt (II), iron (II), and nickel (II) salts, as a mordanting reagent based on their effect on the hydrogendoi:10.5564/mjc.v23i49.2138 fatcat:3zpctlvc55ayzkgbhgcnkqibjq