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The Korean Society of Dyers and Finishers
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Volume 16, Issue 6 - Dec 2004
Volume 16, Issue 5 - Oct 2004
Volume 16, Issue 4 - Aug 2004
Volume 16, Issue 3 - Jun 2004
Volume 16, Issue 2 - Apr 2004
Volume 16, Issue 1 - Feb 2004
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Dyeability of Cotton Fabrics Treated with Liquid Ammonia - Color strength of the dyeings with low-temperature and high-temperature reactive dyes -
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 16, issue 2, 2004, Pages 1~7
The dyeability of cotton fabrics treated with liquid ammonia was investigated using low-temperature and high-temperature reactive dyes. From the results of dyeing rates of direct dye, the inversion time was shown at 600 hours at
, and however it was shown at 10 minutes at
. This was applied to reactive dyeings. In the low-temperature reactive dyes, the color strength of the fabrics treated with liquid ammonia was lower than that of mercerized fabrics. By contrast, in the high-temperature reactive dyes, the color strength of the fabrics treated with liquid ammonia was higher than that of mercerized one.
Dyeability and Antibacterial Activity of Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract Using Three Kinds of Aqueous Extraction Solvents.
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 16, issue 2, 2004, Pages 8~14
The purpose of this study was to investigate dyeing properties and antibacterial activities of cotton and silk fabrics treated with Ginkgo biloba leaf extracted with three kinds of aqueous solvents: distilled water, electrolytic reduction water and electrolytic oxidation water. The optimum dyeing condition of Ginkgo biloba leaf was 120 min at 8
. Electrolytic reduction water had the highest dyeability to both cotton and silk compared with electrolytic oxidation water and distilled water. A color of extract by distilled water and electrolytic oxidation water showed yellowish Yellow Red, extract by electrolytic reduction water showed reddish Yellow Red. Irrespective of kinds of extraction solvents, appropriate acidity of medium was pH 9∼11 and pH 3 for cotton and silk fabrics, respectively. Colorfastness to laundering and Light fastness showed generally low but crocking fastness was excellent. Antibacterial activities of the treated fabrics above were 99.9%.
Synthesis of Antibiotic Red Reactive Dye and Its Dyeing Property
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 16, issue 2, 2004, Pages 15~24
The antibiotic reactive dye was synthesized by coupling of reactive chromagen with diazotised silver sulfadiazine for an antibiotic property. The highly reactive MCT(monochlorotriazine) and DCT (dichlorotriazine) type functional groups which have heterocyclic ring and moderately reactive VS-type dye that has good dyeability were used for reactivity. The synthesized antibiotic reactive dye is expected to impart the antibiotic function with high durability on cotton fabric only by one-step dyeing process without further finishing treatment. The synthesis of antibiotic dye was easily proceeded thorough diazotisation of silver sulfadiazine and coupling with suitable chromogen. The dyeability of synthesized dye for cotton fabrics was excellent and the dyed fabrics showed good level of lightfastness, resistance to washing and rubbing. The antibiotic tests revealed that the dyed cotton fabrics with the synthesized dye had very good antibiotic properties.
천연염색된 멜란지 얀의 제조와 그의 항균ㆍ소취성
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 16, issue 2, 2004, Pages 25~33
Melange yams were prepared by varing the ratio of raw cotton dyed with Indigo, Gardenia and Sappan wood colorants, respectively. The antibacterial activity and deodorization on melange yarns were evaluated for bacteria reduction rate and deodorization rate. The bacterial reduction rate on melange yarns was explored with Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella pneumoniae. The melange yarns on the ratio of raw cotton dyed with Sappan wood and Indigo showed high Staphylococcus aureus reduction rate of 99% and 90%, regardless of Al-mordanting treatment, but those with Gadenia hardly showed bacteria reduction rate. The melange yarn showed high Klebsiella pneumoniae reduction rate of 99% for Al-mordanting treatment with Sappan wood. The others were poor. The deodorization of 81% and 98∼99% obtained with melange raw sliver and melange sliver dyed with Indigo, Gardenia and Sappan wood colorants, but dyeing did not significantly affect deodorization rate.
Ozonation of Reactive Dyes and Control of THM Formation Potentials
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 16, issue 2, 2004, Pages 34~40
This study was conducted to remove the reactive dyes by the Ozone demand flask method which are one of the main pollutants in dye wastewater, Ozone oxidation of three kinds of the reactive dyes was examined to investigate the reactivity of dyes with ozone, Trihalomethane formation potentials(THMFPs), competition reaction and ozone utilization on various conditions for single- and multi-solute dye solution. Concentration of dyes was decreased continuously with increasing ozone dosage in the single-solute dye solutions. THMFPs per unit dye concentration were gradually increased with increase of ozone dosage. By the result of THMFPs change with reaction time, THMFPs were rapidly decreased within 1 minute in single-solute dye solutions. Dey were increased after 1 minute of reaction time, and then they were consistently decreased again after longer reaction time. Competition quotient values were calculated to investigate the preferential oxidation of individual dyes in multi-solute dye solutions. Competition quotients
and values of the overall utilization efficiency, no
, were increased at 40mg/1 of ozone dosage in multi-solute dye solutions.
The Compatibility and Wash Durability of Antimicrobial Activities of Cotton Fabrics Treated with Gallnut Extracts After Dyed with Reactive Dyes
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 16, issue 2, 2004, Pages 41~46
We have studied on the experimental variables such as optimum adsorption condition, color changes, light fastness, antimicrobial properties, and wash durability of the cotton fabrics treated with gallnut extracts. Treatment of gallnut extracts on the cotton fabrics was optimally achieved at 6
for 60min. Gallnut extracts did not cause unintended color change after treatment on the cotton fabrics dyed with reactive dyes. The cotton fabrics treated with gallnut extracts showed good light fastness, though we took into the account the extract is a natural material. The cotton fabrics treated with 10.0% o.w.f. of gallnut extracts had strong antimicrobial activity and good wash durability.
Real-time Monitoring of Glucose Using a Differential Refractive Index Detector
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 16, issue 2, 2004, Pages 47~51
A differential refractive index detector was used for monitoring glucose contents in textile processing solutions. The sensitivity of the device was high enough to measure 0.05％ aqueous glucose solution that could not be measured by normal refractive index measurement. The device was set to monitor glucose concentration continuously in real time by measuring differential refractive index and calibrated by standard glucose solutions in a range of 0.1 to 1.0%. The possibility of industrial application of the device was demonstrated by real-time monitoring of glucose concentration in textile processing solutions such as desizing bath and cellulase treatment bath. Both of solutions contained glucose as a major degraded product. The device would be able to control the weight loss of cellulosic fiber during cellulase treatment since the amount of degraded products in a processing bath is proportional to its weight loss.