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Chapter 6

Textile Dyes: Dyeing Process and Environmental Impact

By Farah Maria Drumond Chequer, Gisele Augusto Rodrigues de Oliveira, Elisa Raquel Anastácio Ferraz, Juliano Carvalho Cardoso, Maria Valnice Boldrin Zanoni and Danielle Palma de Oliveira
DOI: 10.5772/53659

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