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Some aspects of quality control during the scouring and mothproofing of yarns

C. T. Page

Some aspects of quality control during the scouring and mothproofing of yarns

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Published by Private Bag in Christchurch .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Paper originally presented at a Carpet Quality Control andTesting Seminar held at WRONZ on 25-26 August 1982.

Statementby C.T.Page and A.J.McKinnon.
SeriesWool Research Organisation of New Zealand report -- no.R105
ContributionsMcKinnon, A. J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13717201M

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