M. Tech. Textile ChemistryGuru Nanak Dev University
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The minimum qualifications for admission to the First year of this programme shall be B.Tech. (Textile Chemistry) or equivalent in Textile Chemistry with at least 60% marks in aggregate.
The Guru Nanak Dev University offers M. Tech. Textile Chemistry course to its students. The course structure for it is as follows:
Theory of Coloration of Textiles
New fibres: Chemistry & Technology
Non-conventional approaches in textile wet processing
High tech-applications of dyes
Coloration and Color evaluation lab
Nanotechnology in textiles
Costing, project formulation & appraisal
Production and operations management
Costing evaluation and production planning lab
Application of anions to non-ionic fibres: Dyeing of cellulosic fibres
Cellulosic fibres and their sorption of anions, direct dyes and their applications, direct dyes structures and products, vat dyes and their applications, sulfur dyes and their applications, reactive dyes: their applications and chemistry. Azoic combinations and their practical applications.
The application of non-ionic dyes to man-made fibres: dyeing with disperse dyes.
Dyeing man-made fibres: early developments, dyeing man-made fibres: later developments disperse dyes: structure, properties and their application to polyester.
The application of ionic dyes to ionic fibres: dyeing nylon, silk and wool; basic dyeing: acrylic and others fibres
The properties of nylon, silk and wool; anionic dyes for nylon, silk and wool: dye sorption; dyeing nylon with acid dyes; continuous nylon carpet dyeing; dyeing acrylic and other fibres with basic dyes.