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Physiological properties of textile fabrics made of polypropylene fibres

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The article is based on data from a report read at the IX InternationalCongress “Fibrichem-95. Trends in Processing of Fibres and Textile Materials,” June 19–20, 1995. Bratislava, Slovakia.

Slovakian Technical University, Bratislava. Translated from Khimicheskie Volokna, No. 3, pp. 32–35, May–June, 1996.

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Murarova, A., Jambrich, M. Physiological properties of textile fabrics made of polypropylene fibres. Fibre Chem 28, 167–170 (1996).

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  • Polymer
  • Polypropylene
  • Physiological Property
  • Textile Fabric
  • Polypropylene Fibre