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Dyeing Samples of Camels Hair Using Henna, Nickel, Copper, and Iron

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.7, No. 12)

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Page : 478-481

Keywords : Camel's hair; henna; Afif Province; transition elements; kingdom of Saudi Arabia;

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This study aimed to observe the colors on white camel's hair available in Afif province in Saudi Arabia, when mixing henna with both nickel, copper, and iron, with the purpose the use of dyed camel's hair in local textile, to achieve the goal of the study, Henna was mixed with both nickel sulphate, copper sulphate, and iron chloride byatios r (1:1, 3:1, 5:1, 7:1) and (1:1, 1:3, 1:5, 1:7) straight at room temperature. The results of the study were to obtain different grades of dark brown, reddish brown, when dyeing camel's hair with nickel. Moreover, the results show different shades of copper green and greenish brown when dyeing camel's hair with copper. When dyeing camel's hair with iron, different degrees of brown and greenish brown color resulted. The resulting color compared to the white camel's hair of each of the (henna, nickel sulfate, copper sulphate, and iron chloride) without mixing, the reddish-orange color, yellowish green color, oily green color, and light brown color respectively.

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