Six species of fibre were examined, taken largely from the bast group (flax, hemp, jute .. [1] P. GARSIDE and P. WYETH, ‘Characterisation of Plant Fibres By. GARSIDE, P., RICHARDSON, E., and WYETH, P. NIR/Chemometrics for Silk. Identification of cellulosic fibres by FTIR spectroscopy: differentiation of flax and. Garside and Wyeth [83] defined a crystallinity index, X, as the ratio of the two band intensities, I/I for ATR FTIR spectra of hemp and flax fibres.

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Assessing the physical state of the fore-topsail of the HMS Victory. Probing the microstructure of protein and polyamide fibres. The impact of detailed research and analysis on the approaches to the conservation of two early 19th Century machine made silk net dresses. Assessing the physical state of historic textiles via NIR spectroscopy. Home Legacy Glasgow News Contact. Identification of Textile Fibres. Six species of fibre were examined, taken largely from the bast group flax, hemp, jute and ramiealong with cotton and sisal.

Our research has concentrated on the development of an ATR FT-IR spectroscopic technique for the characterisation of cellulosic plant fibres.

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The Future of the Twentieth Century: Peak intensity ratio techniques were employed to differentiate the fibre types on the basis of relative lignin content with respect to other cellular components. The HMS Victory fore-topsail. If you continue without changing your settings, we will assume that you are happy to receive cookies on the University of Southampton website.


Characterization of silk deterioration. Informing Preservation, Display and Interpretation. It was found that for each of the species of fibre, the ratios fell within characteristic ranges. The use of near infrared spectroscopy as a diagnostic tool for historic silk artefacts.

Identification of cellulosic fibres by FTIR spectroscopy: More information Published date: Applied Physics A89, University of Southampton Institutional Repository.

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The use of polarised spectroscopy as a tool for examining the microstructure of cellulosic textile fibres. Textile Conservation Centre, July Thread and single fibre analysis by attenuated total reflectance.

Raman spectroscopic analysis of a wyrth linen artefact: Crystallinity and degradation of silk: RSC Publications; Cambridge, Characterization of historic silk by polarized attenuated total reflectance Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy for informed conservation.

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Characterisation of plant fibres by infra-red spectroscopy. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 37,