Application of Raman Spectroscopy for Differentiation Among Cotton and Viscose Fibers Dyed with Several Dye Classes
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The difference between natural and regenerated cellulose fibers caused by variations in the degree of polymerization and supramolecular structure, influences dyes adsorption properties. The aim of the study was to discriminate between cotton and viscose fibers, dyed with several dye classes, using Raman spectroscopy. 8 reactive and 6 direct dyes were used for colouring textiles under laboratory conditions. Spectra of fibers were obtained with the use of three excitation sources: 514, 633, and 785 nm. The obtained results allowed for the differentiation of studied types of cellulose fibers, dyed with the same dye, at the same or very similar concentrations.
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