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�p���v��About 90 % of the amount of textiles in Japanese market is that of imported products. Manufacturing capacity for chemical fibers of China occupies more than 50% of that in the world and is almost 20 times larger than that of Japan. Japanese textile manufactures are required to supply consumers more valuable products with high functions to differentiate them from overseas manufacturers. Japanese textile manufactures are actively endeavoring to develop and launch value-added textiles with a variety of functions. Each of the manufactures, in general, has a unique method for evaluating functional textiles by itself. Third-party organizations, in some cases, have developed evaluation procedures for functional textiles. Several different evaluation methods can be applied for testing one function of textiles, which may cause confusion to consumers in selecting textiles suitable for their demands. Dealers and consumers, therefore, have demands for common index values of functions obtained through unified evaluation methods for functional textiles. Consequently, this project aims at promoting to maintain and strengthen the international competitiveness of functional textiles made in Japan both through establishment of evaluation methods for functional textiles and through international standardization of the methods. In fiscal 2010, a method of �gDetermination of deodorant property�h was established and an ISO NWIP (New Work Item Proposal) draft of �gDetermination of deodorant property�h was made. In order to determine deodorant property, a method developed by Japan Textile Evaluation Technology Council had been mainly utilized in Japan. The method was reexamined and improved to be recognized as an international standard method. The improvement included specification of 7 odorous compounds that were typical in human daily life, such as ammonia, acetic acid, isovaleric acid, nonenal, methyl mercaptan, hydrogen sulfide and indole. A high sensitivity instrumental analysis was also developed for evaluating indole. The ISO NWIP draft of �gDetermination of deodorant property�h contained the principle of the analysis method (GC-MS: gas chromatography-mass spectrometry), and detailed description of sample preparation and experimental. The main subjects for fiscal 2011 will be follow-up for acceptance of the submitted NWIP of ISO on �gDetermination of deodorant property�h, development of high sensitive instrumental analyses for hydrogen sulfide and methyl mercaptan, and examination of both �gTest method for ultraviolet light-screening function�h and �gTest method for antistatic function�h.
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