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The Korean Society of Dyers and Finishers
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Volume 15, Issue 6 - Dec 2003
Volume 15, Issue 5 - Oct 2003
Volume 15, Issue 4 - Aug 2003
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Jun 2003
Volume 15, Issue 2 - Apr 2003
Volume 15, Issue 1 - Feb 2003
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Staining Properties of Waterborne PU Membranes
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 15, issue 5, 2003, Pages 285~293
Waterborne PU membrane was prepared from waterborne PU dispersion solution to investigate physical and staining properties. The staining properties of waterborne PU membrane with acid dyes and disperse dyes were observed. The physical properties of the PU membrane were investigated by X-ray diffraction and IR spectroscopy. The staining property of waterborne PU membrane for azo acid dyes is better than that of disperse dyes. X-ray diffraction peaks sharpened and tensile strain and stress increased with heat setting temperature.
The Synthesis of Reactive Dichloro-s-triazinyl Anionic Agent for Cellulosic Fibers and its Application
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 15, issue 5, 2003, Pages 294~300
The anionic agent containing dichloro-s-triazinyl reactive group was synthesized and applied to the cotton fabrics to introduce covalent bonds. This attempt was expected to improve the affinities of cationic compounds, such as cationic dyes, chitosan, quaternary ammonium antimicrobial agents and metal ions, by the electrostatic attractive force. As expected, the anionic agent was reacted with cotton fabrics at room temperature. In order to examine the adsorptivity of the cationic compounds on to the anionized cotton fabrics, firstly a cationic dye(C. I. Basic Violet 7) was applied. The color strength of the dyeing of anioized cotton fabric was highly increased comparing to that of untreated fabric.
The Application of Heterobifunctional Reactive Dyes on Polyamide Fibers and Their Dyeing Properties
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 15, issue 5, 2003, Pages 301~309
Of the various types of dye that can be used to apply polyamide fibers, acid dyes and pre-metallised acid dyes are great in use so far. However, since these acid dyeings suffer from dye loss during laundering, recourse to an aftertreatment is usually necessary to achieve adequate fastness to washing. In the case of reactive dyes, the characteristically high washfastness of dyeings comes with the concomitant advantages of brightness and low environmental impact. Despite the obvious advantages, the commercialization of reactive dyes for polyamide fibers has not gained widespread success. In this context, the rewards for approach are likely to be considerable. Heterobifunctional reactive dyes were applied to polyamide fibers using various conditions. Optimum conditions and fixation were determined. The forms in which the vinylsulphone and hydrolyzed moieties were examined using HPLC-Mass. In addition, it was found that the extent of the washfastness secured, in terms of both change in color and staining of adjacent multifiber was being acceptable.
The Study of the Dyeability of Forsythia Koreana NAKAI
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 15, issue 5, 2003, Pages 310~315
The dyeing of cotton fabric with Forsythia koreana NAKAI was investigated. The colorant was extracted with methanol under various concentrations of dyestuffs at
. UV-VIS spectrum was obtained to find the maximum wavelength of colorant. Cotton fabrics were dyed at different temperatures, mordants, in pre and post mordanting methods. The maximum wavelength of spectrum were 390nm, 410nm, 440nm. The highest K/S value was showed at 100% dye concentration, extracted at
and dyed at
. The mordant effect was not good in the K/S values. The light fastness was increased at Fe-pre mordant and Cr, Fe-post mordant.
The Dyeing Properties of Poly(trimethylene terephthalate) by Disperse Dyes with Different Energy Level
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 15, issue 5, 2003, Pages 316~320
In order to investigate the dyeing property of poly trimethylene terephthalate(PTT) fabric, the dyeing of PTT fabric was carried at under condition of different dyeing temperature by using several disperse dyes with different energy level. Particularly, this study discussed the PTT dyeing thermodynamically. Used disperse dyes were selected based on the their chemical structure and energy level. The obtained results were as followings; The dye adsorption of S type disperse dye such as C. I. Disperse Blue 79 increased with increasing dyeing temperature. In a exhaustion rate of PTT fabric with disperse dyes, C. I. Disperse Blue 56 showed higher values than that of C. I. Disperse Orange 29 and Blue 79. For the interpretation of thermodynamic dyeing behavior, the partition coefficient ( K ) and some several thermodynamic parameters such as standard affinity
and heat of dyeing
calculated from the adsorption isotherm. From above results, as the energy level of disperse dye is small, the partition coefficient and standard affinity increased. But the heat of dyeing of PTT fabric with disperse dye showed high negative value in order of E type(C. I. Disperse Blue 56), SE type(C. I. Disperse Orange 29) and S type(C. I. Disperse 79).
Improvement of Dispersion Stability of Ink-jet Ink for Polyester Fiber
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 15, issue 5, 2003, Pages 321~326
In order for disperse dye based ink to be fitted with the critical requirements of ink jet printing, this study was undertaken to investigate the effects of 6 different dispersants on the milling efficiency of insoluble dye particles and dispersion stability of the final ink. It was found that a polystyrene dispersant with high molecular weight exerted relatively better dispersion stability which may be associated with its steric stabilization effect in the ink solution.
Preparation and Characterization of Microcapsule for non-aqueous dyeing
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 15, issue 5, 2003, Pages 327~332
In this study, the polyurethane microcapsules for non-aqueous dyeing containing iron oxide and disperse dyes were prepared by in-situ polymerization method using hexamethylene diisocyanate(HDI) with ethylene glycol(EG). And the size, shape, and particle size distribution of microcapsules prepared were investigated. The size and shape of microcapsule were observed by optical microscope and scanning elecron microscope. The particle size distribution was analyzed by particle size analyzer. The microcapsule size and its distribution were largely effected by the existance of surface active agent in the system. When a surfactant did not exist in the system, the size distribution of microcapsules prepared was much uneven. By adding a surfactant, this phenomenon was disappeared. And the size of microcapsule was also effeced by the hydrophobicity of core material(disperse dye). It was considered due to the difference of dispersity of core materials. And the size of microcapsule prepared was inversely proportional to the stirring speed.
The Dyeability of Cellulosic Fiber treated with N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 15, issue 5, 2003, Pages 333~339
The cotton fabrics treated with 50% N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide(50% NMMO) and 75% N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide(75 % NMMO) aqueous solution were examined in terms of the dyeability comparing with those of regular cotton fabrics. The dyeing rate was increased with the increase of the concentration of NMMO in the treatment aqueous solution. The NMMO treatment increased the diffusion coefficients and decreased the activation energy of direct dye onto cotton fabrics. This means that the NMMO could change the micro-structure of cotton fabrics.
Analyses of Harmful Substances in Textile Products according to the European Eco-Label Criteria - I
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 15, issue 5, 2003, Pages 340~347
Present situation of Korean textile products regarding European eco-label criteria was assessed by analyzing harmful substances including pH, PCP & TeCP, formaldehyde, heavy metals, cleavable arylamines, allergenic dyes, pesticides, organic carriers, TBT as well as color fastness as the minimum quality requirement. Fabric specimens were submitted from six typical textile companies for product eco-testing. In six product groups selected, arylamines, allergenic dyes, halogenated organic carriers and color fastness were found to be parameters that failed to meet the criteria. Source elucidation of harmful substances were presented with their instrumental analysis results.