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AATCC - 206

Test Method for Free and Hydrolyzed Formaldehyde: Water Extraction

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Organization: AATCC
Publication Date: 1 January 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 4
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Purpose and Scope

This test method is applicable to wettable (non-hydrophobic) textile fabrics that may contain free or hydrolyzed formaldehyde, particularly fabrics finished with chemicals containing formaldehyde. It provides a water extraction process and a subsequent colorimetric analysis of the amount of free and hydrolyzed formaldehyde extracted.

Document History

206
January 1, 2020
Test Method for Free and Hydrolyzed Formaldehyde: Water Extraction
Purpose and Scope This test method is applicable to wettable (non-hydrophobic) textile fabrics that may contain free or hydrolyzed formaldehyde, particularly fabrics finished with chemicals...
206
January 1, 2017
Free and Hydrolyzed Formaldehyde, Determination of: Water Extraction Method
Purpose and Scope This test method is applicable to wettable (non-hydrophobic) textile fabrics that may contain free or hydrolyzed formaldehyde, particularly fabrics finished with chemicals...
206
January 1, 2017
Test Method for Free and Hydrolyzed Formaldehyde: Water Extraction
Purpose and Scope This test method is applicable to wettable (non-hydrophobic) textile fabrics that may contain free or hydrolyzed formaldehyde, particularly fabrics finished with chemicals...
206
January 1, 2016
Free and Hydrolyzed Formaldehyde, Determination of: Water Extraction Method
Purpose and Scope This test method is applicable to wettable (non-hydrophobic) textile fabrics that may contain free or hydrolyzed formaldehyde, particularly fabrics finished with chemicals...
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