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Agricultural Research Service

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Crista Alack Madison
Cotton Chemistry and Utilization Research
Physical Science Technician

Phone: (504) 286-4566
Fax: (504) 286-4217

1100 ROBERT E. LEE BLVD
BLDG 001 SRRC
NEW ORLEANS , LA 70179


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
High resistance to thermal decomposition in brown cotton is linked to tannis and sodium content -
Nam, S., Kim, H.J., Condon, B.D., Hinchliffe, D.J., Chang, S., Mccarty Jr, J.C., Madison, C.A. 2016. High resistance to thermal decomposition in brown cotton is linked to tannis and sodium content. Cellulose. 23(2):1137-1152.
Quat co-formulations optimized for use with cotton nonwoven disposable wipes -
Quat co-formulations optimized for use with cotton nonwoven disposable wipes -
Physical and combustion properties of nonwoven fabrics produced from conventional and naturally colored cottons -
Hinchliffe, D.J., Condon, B.D., Delhom, C.D., Chang, S., Montalvo Jr, J.G., Madison, C.A., Reynolds, M.L., Von Hoven, T.M., Santiago Cintron, M. 2015. Physical and combustion properties of nonwoven fabrics produced from conventional and naturally colored cottons. Textile Research Journal. 85(16):1666-1680.
Application of a phosphazene derivative as a flame retardant for cotton fabric using conventional method and supercritical CO2 -
Fontenot, K.R., Easson, M.W., Smith, J.N., Madison, C.A., Nam, S., Nguyen, M.M., Chang, S., Condon, B.D. 2014. Application of a phosphazene derivative as a flame retardant for cotton fabric using conventional method and supercritical CO2. American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Journal of Research. 1(6):16-26.
A pilot-scale nonwoven roll goods manufacturing process reduces microbial burden to pharmacopeia acceptance levels for nonsterile hygiene applications -
Hinchliffe, D.J., De Lucca, A., Condon, B.D., O'Regan, J., Clemmons, J., Zeng, L., Byler, R.K., Reynolds, M.L., Allen Jr, H.C., Santiago Cintron, M., Madison, C.A. 2014. A pilot-scale nonwoven roll goods manufacturing process reduces microbial burden to pharmacopeia acceptance levels for nonsterile hygiene applications. Textile Research Journal. 84(5):546-558.
Assessment of the level of microbial contamination in cotton and synthetic fibers destined for the use in nonwoven applications -
Assessment of the level of microbial combination in cotton and synthetic fibers destined for the use in nonwoven applications -
Enhanced flame retardant property of fiber reactive halogen-free organophosphonate -
Yoshioka-Tarver, M., Condon, B.D., Santiago Cintron, M., Chang, S., Easson, M.W., Fortier, C.A., Madison, C.A., Bland, J.M., Nguyen, T.D. 2012. Enhanced flame retardant property of fiber reactive halogen-free organophosphonate. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemical Research. 51(34):11031-11037.
Development of fiber reactive, non-halogenated flame retardant on cotton fabrics and the enhanced flame retardancy by covalent bonding -
Influence of N-P base fiber reactive organophosphorus flame retardant on cotton thermal behavior -
Yoshioka-Tarver, M., Condon, B.D., Easson, M.W., Nam, S., Fortier, C.A., Madison, C.A., Ingber, B.F. 2012. Influence of N-P base fiber reactive organophosphorus flame retardant on cotton thermal behavior. American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Review. 12(5):52-59.
Effect of urea additive on the thermal decomposition of greige cotton nonwoven fabric treated with diammonium phosphate -
Nam, S., Condon, B.D., Parikh, D.V., Zhao, Q., Santiago Cintron, M., Madison, C.A. 2011. Effect of urea additive on the thermal decomposition of greige cotton nonwoven fabric treated with diammonium phosphate. Polymer Degradation and Stability. 96(11):2010-2018.
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