1.

The process of burning protruding fibers to deliver a smooth fabric the surface

a) Singeing c) Shearing

b) Bleaching d) Cropping

2. The reactive dyes are applied to a cellulosic fiber in an alkaline dye bath ,they form

a ----------- with hydroxyl group of the fiber by chemically reacting with fiber a) Covalent bond b) Salt Linkage c) Hydrogen bond d) None 3. The process in which fats are treated with caustic and lead the formation of hydrophilic soaps a) Scouring b) Bleaching c) Soaponofication d) Emulsification 4. In mercerization process, the concentration of NaOH is a) 40-45°Tw b) 48-54°Tw c) 55-58°Tw d) 48-54% 5. The application of color to the whole body of a textile material with some degree of fastness a) Dyeing b) Printing c) Discharge style d) None 6. Desizing of a grey cotton fabric having starch based size cannot be done using a) Amylase enzyme b) dilute HCL c) Hydrogen peroxide d) DMDHEU 7. A wool/acrylic blended fabric can be dyed to solid shade using a combination of a) Direct and acid dyes b) Vat and acid dyes c) Acid and acid dyes d) Direct and reactive dyes 8. The following dye will be suitable for sublimation transfer printing of polyester a) Reactive dyes b) Vat dyes c) Acid dyes d) Disperse dyes 9. The mercerization of cotton fibers results in a) Improved strength b) Increase affinity c) Increased bending rigidity d) Improved lustre 10. The highest rate of production in printing is obtained on a) Flat bed printing b) Block c) Digital printing d) Rotary screen printing

The typical enzyme/s used for desizing is/ are a) Peptidase b) cellulase c) Mixture of peptidase and cellulase d) amylase 17. The function of carrier in polyester dyeing a) Retarding agent b) Reducing agent c) Fixing agent d) Swelling agent 21. 60°C b) pH 7.11. The souring is done to a) Remove size b) Neutralize the substrate after alkaline treatment c) Remove colourant d) Remove Wax 14. The optimum conditions for bleaching cotton with hydrogen peroxide are a) pH 7. Bio polishing is a process to remove the ------. boil c) pH 10.of a fabric through the action of enzyme a) Colour b) Crease c) Protruding fibers d) None . the thickener should a) Have a good binding power b) Have zero solid content c) Form a transparent film d) Form an elastic film 15. 60°C d) pH 10. Bleaching of cotton fabrics is commercially done using a) Sodium bisulphite b) Sodium chlorate c) Sodium chlorite d) Sodium chloride 16. Ice colours are a) Azoic Colours c) Reactive b) Vat colours d) Pigment 19. The singeing of cotton fabrics results in a) Improved strength b) Decreased crease recovery c) Increased bending rigidity d) Improved performance during printing 13. The dye bath of solubilised vat dyes has a) Alkaline pH b) Neutral pH c) Alkali and reducing agent d) A reducing agent 18. boil 12. For obtaining bright and clear prints in pigment printing. This process makes the fabric to reach its optimum shrinkage level a) Calendaring b) Crease resistant c) Sanforizing d) Resin finishing 20.

22. 60mins c) 210°C.indicates the percentage increase in the weight of dry fabric after padding a) Expression b) Absorption c) Exhaustion d) Fixation 29. which discharging agent gives better result? a) Rangilite c b) Resist salt c) Suffolin d) Citric acid 23. In discharge printing. ----------. The dye molecules in the dye bath move towards the fibre is called as a) Adsorption b) Absorption c) Penetration d) Fixation 28. The term --------.bond strength is higher a) van der Waals’ force b) Hydrogen bond c) Salt linkage d) Covalent bond 27. Triazinyl type reactive dyes react with cellulose by a process called as a) Nucleophilic substitution b) Nucleophilic addition c) Salt linkage d) Hot brand 25. The dyed goods are subjected to an ------. boil 24. The optimum conditions for thermosol dyeing of polyester with disperse dyes are a) 180-210°C.treatment for conversion of the sodium salt of the lecuo vat dye taken up the fibre into the original insoluble vat a) Oxidation b) Fixation c) Exhaustion d) After treatment 26. 60-90mins b) 180°C. The function of compactor in finishing process a) Width control b) Dimensional stability c) Both a & b d) crease removal . 90mins d) pH 10. The function of stenter in finishing process a) Width control b) Dimensional stability c) Dry the fabric d) crease removal 30.

a) Nucleophilic substitution 25. d) Amylase 17.c) Both a & b . a) Singeing 2. d) Rotary screen printing 11. a) Expression 29. d) Sodium chloride 16. a) Improved strength 10. c) Acid and acid dyes 8. a) Oxidation 26. d) Improved performance during printing 13. d) Covalent bond 27. b) Neutral pH 18. b) Absorption 28. a) Colour 22. d) pH 10. boil 12. a) Rangilite c 23. a) Covalent bond 3. a) Dyeing 6. b) Dimensional stability 30. c) Sanforizing 20. c) Soaponofication 4. a) 180-210°C. b) Neutralize the substrate after alkaline treatment 14. a) 40-45°Tw 5. c) Form a transparent film 15. a) Azoic Colours 19. 60-90mins 24.Answer: 1. d) Swelling agent 21. d) Disperse dyes 9. d) DMDHEU 7.

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