ACID DYE LOCKER
An anionic naphthalene phenol compound used to balance the cationic polarity of the amine groups at the ends of nylon polymers (to block open dye sites), thereby reducing or eliminating the affinity between the fibre and foreign acid based dyes
Negatively charged colouring material used primarily on nylon carpet fibres.
Fire residues characterized by high levels of acidity, often inducing corrosion of metals or colour change in textiles and pigments.
see _asbestos containing material_
A ceiling formed of an acoustical material such as mineral-core or fibreglass panels.
A low-density sound-absorptive plaster, applied in the form of a finish- coat, to provide a continuous finished surface; also called ACOUSTICAL TEXTURE.
Bacteria that look like long-branched filaments under a microscope, and that are malodorous bio pollutants.
A highly adsorbent form of granular carbon treated with high temperature and used to remove odours and toxic substances from liquids or gases, through adsorption or filtration. see _adsorption_
Those components of a compound or solution that enable it to perform a specific function, as opposed to inert ingredients that serve as fillers or extenders.
An adverse effect on a human or animal body, with severe symptoms developing rapidly and coming quickly to a crisis. Examples include dizziness, nausea, skin rashes, and inflammation, tearing of eyes, unconsciousness, and even death.