Cotton

What is cotton made from?

What is cotton made from?


The Cotton Candy grape looks and smells like a regular green grape. But the taste will evoke memories of the circus. Can t we just leave our fruit alone? Last year, apple farmers were soaking their fruit in grape flavor to make them more attractive to kids. Now, plant breeders in California have created…
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Cotton molecular structure

Cotton molecular structure


The answer lies in the basic but remarkable molecular structure of cotton, nylon and water. The simple water molecule, with its one oxygen atom attached to two hydrogen atoms, causes a different action when it comes in conta­ct with the complex molecules that make up cotton and nylon. Water has a sticky quality that comes from its molecular structure. The oxygen atom attracts…


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Things made out of cotton

Things made out of cotton


Did you know that there s countless ways of using the cheap buds, such as fixing a broken zip and contouring your cheekbones? They re most commonly used to clean out ears, but cotton buds certainly aren t a one-trick pony. Did you know that the cheap swabs tipped with cotton sheets can be used to apply perfume, clean your car and even fix a broken zip? From beauty application…


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Cotton for Quilting

Cotton for Quilting


Fabric manufacturers produce a wide array of fabrics in different weights and textures. When you re just starting out, it can be confusing to know what s the best fabric for quilting. Quilter s weight cotton Quilter’s weight cotton is high quality 100% cotton fabric perfectly suited for quilting. It s typically accepted as the best fabric for quilting. While quilter’s weight…


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Chemical properties of cotton

Chemical properties of cotton


Cotton fiber is a cellulosic fiber. It has worldwide popularity for its variety of use. Cotton fiber is the most used fibers for producing various types of fabric through all over the world. Cotton Fabrics are comfortable to wear than the other fibers product. It is comfort to wear in all the season. Like all the textile fibers, cotton has its own physical and chemical properties…


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Products made from cotton

Products made from cotton


Cotton has been cultivated and used to make fabrics for at least 7, years. It may have existed in Egypt as early as 12, B.C. Pieces of cotton fabrics have been found by archeologists in Mexico (from 3500 B.C.), in India (3 B.C.), in Peru (2500 B.C.), and in the southwestern United States (500 B.C.). But the cotton plant is so much more than just a fiber source. While the…


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Information on cotton Industry

Information on cotton Industry


Cotton plays an important role in the Indian economy as the country s textile industry is predominantly cotton based. India is one of the largest producers as well as exporters of cotton yarn. The Indian textile industry contributes around four per cent to country’s gross domestic product (GDP), 14 per cent to industrial production and 13 per cent to total export earnings…


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Cotton textile Mills

Cotton textile Mills


H.P. Cotton Textile Mills Limited is an India-based company, which is engaged in manufacturing of thread. The Company also exports cotton specialty yarns and cotton sewing threads. Its product range includes Crocheta Crochet Threads, Peecock Hand Knitting Yarn, Embroidery Threads, Lace Threads, Patchwork and Quiliting Threads, Kite Flying Thread and Cotton Sewing Threads. It…


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Cotton tensile strength

Cotton tensile strength


The cotton strip assay (CSA) is an established technique for measuring soil microbial activity. The technique involves burying cotton strips and measuring their tensile strength after a certain time. This gives a measure of the rotting rate, R, of the cotton strips. R is then a measure of soil microbial activity. This paper examines properties of the technique and indicates…


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Lycra cotton

Lycra cotton


The addition of lycra to fabrics is a wonderful marriage of form and function. The lycra is the function; it stretches and adds to the comfort of the finished garment. These cotton/lycra wovens are varied in pattern and style, but all have the added bonus of the lycra s stretch. Pretreatment: Use cold water wash, and lay flat to dry. Cotton will shrink if washed in hot water…


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Cotton Mills

Cotton Mills


Cotton mills became the key to industrializing the post-reconstruction South in the 1880 s. Promoted by local investors to turn agricultural products into finished goods, cotton mill fever spread across the cotton producing states of Georgia, Alabama and the Carolina s. By the early 1900 s, Texas embarked on a twenty-year cotton mill campaign. Within Collin County, cotton was…


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Source of cotton

Source of cotton


Cottonseed is abundant and rich in protein, but a compound within the plant means it s toxic to humans unless refined into cooking oil. Will biotech research solve the conundrum? Roger East investigates. Cotton growing isn’t all about textiles. Could it become a major world food source too? Researchers have their eye on a prize well worth aiming for. Cottonseed is protein rich…


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