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Propagation of waves in hair

  • J. C. Van Der Leun
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Abstract

Waves in hair have attracted much attention. Hair-styling is one of the oldest achievements of man. Much effort is spent in removing existing curls and in making artificial ones, and there is more knowledge available about the mechanisms of artificial waving than about natural waves.

Keywords

Average Velocity Hair Growth Scalp Hair Wave Crest Disulphide Bridge 
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