delustrant


delustrant
   A substance used to produce dull surfaces on textile fabric; chiefly used are barium sulfate, clays, chalk, titanium dioxide, etc. They are applied in the finishing coat.

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  • Delustrant — A delustrant is a substance that reduces the lustre (sheen) of synthetic fibres. The most common delustrant is anatase titanium dioxide. Synthetic fibres such as nylon are normally extremely shiny and transparent when extruded. Adding powdered… …   Wikipedia

  • delustrant — noun see delusterant * * * delustrant /dē lusˈtrənt/ (textiles) noun Dense inorganic material added to a man made fibre that allows a range of fibres with different lustres and opacities to be obtained ORIGIN: ↑de (2) and lustrant, from ↑lustre1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • delustrant — de·lus·trant …   English syllables

  • delusterant — /dee lus teuhr euhnt/, n. a chemical agent, as titanium dioxide, used in reducing the sheen of a yarn or fabric. Also, delustrant /dee lus treuhnt/. [DE + LUSTER1 + ANT] * * * …   Universalium

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  • rant — aberrant abhorrant abjurant abracadabrant accaparant accourant accoutrant accélérant aciérant acquerrant acquérant acérant adhérant adjurant administrant admirant adorant affacturant affairant affleurant agglomérant ajourant altérant amarrant… …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • de|lus|tered — «DEELUHS tuhrd», adjective. reduced in luster; treated with a delustrant during manufacture: »delustered satin …   Useful english dictionary

  • de|lus|trant — «DEELUHS truhnt», noun. a chemical used to reduce the luster of yarns and fabrics: »Titanium dioxide…acts as a delustrant, removing excessive sheen from the fibre (New Scientist). ╂[< de + luster + ant] …   Useful english dictionary


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