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Adopts BS 4407:1988 and its Amendments 1 and 2 to specify a method of determining binary fibre mixtures. A method using sulfuric acid has been added.
 

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  1. AS 2001.7-2005

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    Methods of test for textiles, Method 7: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures (BS 4407:1988, MOD)

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  2. AS 2001.7.19-1990


    Methods of test for textiles, Method 7.19: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of chlorofibres (homopolymers of vinyl chloride) and certain other fibres (method using concentrated sulfuric acid)

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  3. AS 2001.7.18-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.18: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of polyolefin and certain other fibres (method using xylene)

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  4. AS 2001.7.10-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.10: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of certain cellulose fibres and polyester (method using sulphuric acid 75% m/m)

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  5. AS 2001.7.8-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.8: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of acetate and triacetate fibres (method using benzyl alcohol)

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  6. AS 2001.7.20-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.20: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of inorganic based, man-made fibres and certain fibres (method based on ignition at 625 degrees Celsius)

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  7. AS 2001.7.3-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.3: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Manual separation

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  8. AS 2001.7.4-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.4: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of acetate and certain other fibres (method using acetone)

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  9. AS 2001.7.13-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.13: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of acetate and certain chlorofibres (method using glacial acetic acid)

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  10. AS 2001.7.9-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.9: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of triacetate and certain other fibres (method using dichloromethane)

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  11. AS 2001.7.7-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.7: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of nylon 6 or nylon 6.6 and certain other fibres (method using formic acid 80% m/m)

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  12. AS 2001.7.15-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.15: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of certain cellulose fibres and wool or hair (method using sulphuric acid 70% m/m)

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  13. AS 2001.7.14-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.14: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of silk and wool or hair fibres (method using sulphuric acid 75% m/m)

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  14. AS 2001.7.16-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.16: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of jute and certain animal fibres (method of determining the nitrogen content)

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  15. AS 2001.7.11-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.11: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of acrylics, certain modacrylics or certain chlorofibres (method using dimethylformamide)

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  16. AS 2001.7.6-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.6: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of viscose, cupro or certain types of polynosic (modal) and cotton fibres (method using formic acid and zinc chloride)

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  17. AS 2001.7.1-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.1: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Test samples and test specimens

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  18. AS 2001.7.12-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.12: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of certain chlorofibres and certain other fibres (method using carbon disulphide/acetone 55.5/44.5)

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  19. AS 2001.7.5-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.5: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of certain protein fibres (wool, animal hair, silk or protein) and certain other fibres (method using alkaline sodium hypochlorite)

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  20. AS 2001.7.2-1983


    Methods of test for textiles, Part 7.2: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - General requirements

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