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Dyeability of the Fabrics dyed with Herb Extracts
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  • Journal title : Textile Coloration and Finishing
  • Volume 28, Issue 1,  2016, pp.23-32
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Dyers and Finishers
  • DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2016.28.1.23
 Title & Authors
Dyeability of the Fabrics dyed with Herb Extracts
Goo, Sin Ae; Kang, In Sook; Bae, Hyun Sook;
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 Abstract
This study examined the dyeability of fabrics dyed with rosemary, mint, sage, and thyme herb extracts. The herb extracts were pulverized and characterized by UV and FT-IR analysis. Dyeing properties of herb colorants on cotton, silk and wool fiber and effect of dyeing conditions on dye uptake were compared. The constituents of four different herbs were shown to be similar to each other. The dye uptake of rosemary and sage were shown to be larger than those of mint and thyme regardless of the fiber types. Affinity of herb colorants to protain fibers was higher than to cellulose fiber. Compared with silk and wool, the dyeability of cotton was the worse, the dye uptake of silk and wool fibers were increased along with dyeing time and dyeing temperature. As the dye uptake increased with increasing of the dye concentration, and its isothermal adsorption curves were langmuir type, indicating that ionic bonding was involved in the adsorption of herb colorants to the fibers.
 Keywords
herb extracts;rosemary;mint;sage;thyme;isothermal adsorption curve;
 Language
Korean
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