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Number: 8/191
Name: Bleaching and dyeing; fluid treatment and chemical modification of textiles and fibers > Chemical modification of textiles or fibers or products thereof > Cellulose fibers > Treatment with nitrogen-containing organic compound > Heterocyclic nitrogen compound > Three-membered ring with two c and one n
Description: Processes wherein the heterocyclic ring consists of 2 carbon atoms and one nitrogen atom.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6361651 Chemically modified pulp fiber Mar. 26, 2002
5882356 Fibre treatment Mar. 16, 1999
5882357 Durable and regenerable microbiocidal textiles Mar. 16, 1999
5725601 Process for producing water-absorbent cross-linked, carboxyalkylated cellulose-containing material Mar. 10, 1998
5310424 Process for reducing the fibrillation tendency of solvent-spun cellulose fibre May. 10, 1994
4446068 N-Substituted fluoroaziridines and process for making May. 1, 1984
4424060 Method for treating fabric to impart washfast and antibiosis thereto Jan. 3, 1984
4052384 Manufacture of aziridinocarboxylic acid esters Oct. 4, 1977
4032992 Controlling degree of reaction by controlling heat input in cellulose textile-reactant systems Jul. 5, 1977
4011613 Durable-press properties in cotton containing fabrics via polymeric N-methylol reagents Mar. 15, 1977

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