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  • Comparison of IUP 16 and Microscopic Hot Table Methods for Shrinkage Temperature Determination 

    Font Vallès, Joaquim; Espejo, Jenifer; Cuadros, Sara; Reyes, Maria Reyes; Bacardit Dalmases, Anna; Buti Papiol, Salvador (2010-04-15)
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    In the leather industry, shrinkage temperature (Ts) is determined by the IUP 16 method. However, only microanalytical techniques like the Microscopic Hot Table (MHT) method are appropriate for the Ts of leather objects of ...
  • Determination of fungicides in residual tanning floats using solid phase micro extraction 

    Font Vallès, Joaquim; Reyes Reyes, Maria; Cuadros, Sara; Bacardit Dalmases, Anna; Ollé Otero, Lluís; Marsal Monge, Agustín (2013-02-04)
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    Solid-phase microextraction (SPME) was optimized for extraction of the leather preservative agents 2-(thiocyanomethylthio)-benzothiazole (TCMTB), 4-chloro-3-methylphenol (PCMC), 2-phenylphenol (OPP), 2-Octyl-3(2H)-isothiazolone ...
  • Inter-laboratory study on formaldehyde determination by HPLC 

    Marsal Monge, Agustín; Font Vallès, Joaquim; Viera, Susanna; Cuadros, Sara; Rius Carrasco, Antoni; Reyes Reyes, Maria; Verdú, Emilio; Jorba, Montse; Juárez, Miguel-Angel (2008)
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    The colorimetric determination of formaldehyde in a water extract of a leather sample is a procedure that has been criticized because of possible interferences of other aldehydes and coloured substances that could interfere ...
  • Recovery of organic nitrogen from beamhouse wastewater in a hair recovery process 

    Rius Carrasco, Antoni; Marsal Monge, Agustín; Bautista, E.; Cuadros, Sara; Reyes Reyes, Maria; Font Vallès, Joaquim (2009)
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    In the leather industry, in addition to the extrinsic contamination attributable to chemical products not absorbed by the hides, there is intrinsic contamination produced by the hides themselves. From each 100kg of raw ...