Hydrogen Bridges

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Heatsetting - The Chemical Process - Wool
... subjected to a hydrolysis at the sulphur bridge, where cystine is dissolved into cysteine and a not yet isolated sulphonic acid ... An ionization can be seen at the bridges that were produced from salt liberation ... is produced which leads to the bursting of the hydrogen bridges now residual valencies are set free which are able to saturate with the dipole water ...

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    ... this single span,
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