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C-H···π and C-H···O Interactions in Coumarin 6 : 3-(2-benzothiazolyl)-7-(diethylamino)-coumarin
Li, Xiaochuan ; Son, Young-A ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 83~87
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.083
Crystal structure of coumarin 6 has been solved by X-ray diffraction. The crystals are triclinic, space group P-1, with a=8.823(2)
, Mr=350.42, V=837.1(3)
, Z=2 and R=0.0516. The molecules are packed parallel to each other by weaker
interactions. The detailed geometry of C-H
interactions were discussed. The hydrogen bonds and non-traditional C-H
interactions join the no-parallel molecules together. All the molecules packed wall-like with the molecular brick.
Vat dyeing of Wool and Cotton fabrics with Sepia Melanin
Kim, Su-Jin ; Jang, Jin-Ho ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 88~93
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.088
Using extracted sepia melanin powder by repeated treatments with aqueous sodium hydroxide and acetic acid solutions, vat dyeing of wool and cotton fabrics was carried out under various dyeing conditions including concentration of melanin, alkali, reducing agent and salt, as well as dyeing time and temperature. A K/S of 25.3 for wool fabrics was obtained at the optimal dyeing condition with 9% owf melanin, 0.5g/L NaOH and 56g/L
without salt at
for 90minutes. The vat dyeing of sepia melanin was applicable to both cotton and wool fabrics but the wool showed higher dyeability. The color fastness properties of the dyed wool and cotton fabrics were excellent to washing, rubbing and light irradiation.
Color Removal from Dyeing Effluent using Activated Carbons Produced from Various Indigenous Biomass
Islam, Md. Shahidul ; Das, Ajoy Kumar ; Kim, In-Kyo ; Yeum, Jeong-Hyun ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 94~100
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.094
Colored compounds adsorption from the textile dyeing effluents on activated carbons produced from various indigenous vegetable sources by zinc chloride activation is studied. The most important parameters in chemical activation were found to be the chemical ratio of
to feed (3:1), carbonization temperature (460-470
) and time of activation (75 min). The absorbance at 511 nm (red effluent) and 615 nm (blue effluent) are used for estimation of color. It is established that at optimum temperature (
), time of contact (30-40 min) and adsorbent loading (2 g/L), activated carbons developed from rain tree (Samanea saman) saw dust and blackberry (Randia formosa) tree saw dust showed great capability to remove color materials from the effluents. It is observed that adsorption of reactive dyes by all types of activated carbons is more than that of disperse dyes. It is explained that because of its acidic nature the activated carbon can adsorb better reactive dye particles containing large number of nitrogen sites and
group in their structure. The use of activated carbons from the indigenous biomass would be economical, because saw dusts are readily available waste worldwide.
Natural Indigo Dyeing of Cotton Fabric - One-step reduction/dyeing process -
Shin, Youn-Sook ; Cho, A-Rang ; Yoo, Dong-Il ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 101~109
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.101
The objective of this study is to investigate the characteristics of natural indigo dyeing of cotton fabric. Reduction and dyeing were carried out by one-step process using an infrared dyeing machine at the liquor ratio of 1:100, and subsequently oxidation and washing in water were followed. Dye uptake was increased with the increase of indigo concentration. Over the full range of dyeing tests, the dyeing condition was optimized to
for 40min. For most of dye concentrations, the cotton fabrics showed mainly PB color. Maximum K/S value was shown at 4g/L of sodium hydrosulfite concentration and the color strength increased with the increase of dye concentration. Value(lightness) decreased with the increase of dye uptake irrespective of mercerization or reduction method, while the mercerized cotton showed two times higher dye uptake than the untreated cotton. Whereas hue of the untreated cotton showed large decrease of P character(5.6~3.5 PB) with the increase of dye uptake, that of the mercerized cotton increased P character(4.7~5.5 PB). Irrespective of mercerization, value and chroma decreased with the increased of dye uptake. In addition, the untreated showed lower chroma than the mercerized cotton. In the case of traditional reduction, hue of the untreated cotton was changed very little with the increase of dye uptake. For hydrosulfite reduction, P character decreased with the increase of dye uptake. The difference of hue value was small with the change of reduction method(hydrosulfite reduction or traditional fermentation). Color character was not influenced by the changed maximum absorption wavelength. Washing fastness showed 4~4/5 shade change rating without any staining. And dry rubbing fastness was good at low color strength. The bacterial reduction ratios of dyed cotton fabric were also increased.
Effect of Solvent in Human Hair Dyeing with Natural Dye(II)
Choi, Chang-Nam ; Yang, Hye-Youn ; Jung, Nam-Young ; Lim, Sun-Nye ; Lee, Woong-Eui ; Jang, Mi-Hwa ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 110~117
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.110
Recently, there is a trend to utilize natural dyes in many dyeing fields. In this work, the effects of benzyl alcohol in human hair dyeing with cochineal, a natural dye, was investigated. We investigated the K/S value and color value of dyed hair, water retention of dyed hair, protein release-ability of dyed hair, and wash fastness of dyed hair according to dyeing time and temperature. The shade of dyed hair was reddish. By adding benzyl alcohol in cochineal dyeing, the dyeing rate was increased and the dyeing equilibrium was established at early stage. The water retention of dyed hair was increased and the protein release-ability of dyed hair was decreased, meaning that the hair was less damaged during dyeing, The dyed hair showed a good wash fastness.
Fabrication of Ceramic Particles Deposited Nano-web using Electrospinning Process and Its Far-infrared Ray Emission Property
Hong, So-Ya ; Lee, Chang-Hwan ; Kim, Joo-Yong ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 118~122
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.118
The interest in textile which has far-infrared ray emissive property has been increased in the field of biophysics and medicine. In this study, far-infrared ray emissive polyurethane nano-web was obtained using electrospinning of polyurethane(PU) solution mixed with ceramics powder and far-infrared ray emissive properties of nano-web were evaluated by measuring far-infrared ray emission power and emissivity(%). To investigate the influence of concentration of ceramics powder in PU solution and temperature for far-infrared ray emissive properties, far-infrared ray emissivity was measured at varied temperature using various nano-web including varied concentration of ceramics powder. Polyurethane nano-web was characterized by SEM to observe the deposition of ceramics powder on polyurethane nano-web surface. The far-infrared ray emissivity was increased with the concentration of ceramics powder in the nano-web. The far-infrared ray emission power was enhanced with increasing temperature of the samples; however, far-infrared ray emissivity was decreased with increasing temperature because the increase of emission power of ceramic containing nano-web was lower than the emission power of black body one.
Fabrication of Size- and Shape- Controlled Gold Particles using Wet Chemical Process
Hong, So-Ya ; Lee, Chang-Hwan ; Kim, Joo-Yong ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 123~131
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.123
Shape and size controlled synthesis of gold particles has been studied by using wet-chemical method. When
precursor was reduced using
as a reducing agent, mixtures of spherical, triangular and hexagonal particles were prepared in a few minutes. It was found that the shape selective oxidative etching by
anions and crystal growth took place simultaneously. As the
concentration increased, yields of large triangular and hexagonal plate type particles increased, while the spherical particles decreased in most cases. Possible etching and growth mechanisms are discussed.
Separation Performance and Application of Sericin Protein in Silk Degumming Solution(2)
Cha, Chin-U ; Park, In-Woo ; Bae, Kie-Seo ; Hong, Young-Ki ; Lee, Seo-Hee ; Kim, Yong-Duck ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 132~139
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.132
Sericin pulverization process was applied by freezing-thawing of sericin protein concentration solution and physicochemical properties of sericin/chitosan blended films were investigated. In sericin pulverization process by freezing-thawing method, the refrigeration storage at
maximized gelling between sericin molecules, which increased 10% of recovery ratio from sericin concentration solution that using ultrafiltration procedure. In physicochemical properties of sericin/chitosan blended films, the maximum load of chitosan (6.7kgf) had higher than that of sericin (1.2kgf), and the elongation of sericin and chitosan had 96% and 34%, respectively. Also FT-IR analysis of sericin/chitosan blended films showed that both sericin and chitosan films had amide I peak (N-H bond) in
and amide II peak (C=O bond) in
. In addition, it could confirm compatibility between both materials as indicated by the decrease in the amide I peak's absorption value as chitosan content increases.
Preparation and Characterization of Stretch Fabric : Dyeing Properties of Core Yarn and Effect Yarn
Kang, Ki-Hyuk ; Kim, Young-Sung ; Son, Young-A ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 140~144
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.140
In this study, we investigated the clean appearance and good stretch properties. Usually, clean appearance concerned with the dyeing properties of core and effect yarns. The dyeing properties between core yarn (conjugate yarn) and effect yarn were determined by the build-up and the color differences using the four different yarns of SDY FD(spindraw yarn full dull), SDY CD(spindraw yarn cation dyeable), POY FD( partially-oriented yarn full dull) and POY CD(partially-oriented yarn cation dyeable). We used the single color dye of C. I. Disperse Blue 79 and mixed colors made by C. I. Disperse Red 60, C. I. Disperse Blue 56, and C. I. Disperse Yellow 54.
Charateristics of Akalophilic Microorganism Developed for Color Removal of Dye
Lee, Hyun-Wuk ; Lim, Dong-Joon ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 145~154
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.145
An alkalophilic microorganism capable of degrading dyes was developed for the treatment of alkaline dye solution. This strain was identified as Pseudomonas species. Using this microorganism, biological treatment of dye was studied in Erlenmeyer flasks. The characteristics of this microorganism were observed under various incubating-condition such as temperature, pH, nitrogen source, and macronutrients concentration. The removal effciencies of Disperse Red 60 from synthetic wastewater were 33.5 ~ 36.9% at the range of
, and they were 31.1 ~ 36.7% at the range of initial pH 8 ~ pH 10, respectively. The optimal culture medium was found to be 0.25%(w/v) yeast extract, 0.25%(w/v) polypeptone, 0.1%(w/v)
, and 1.0%(w/v)
. In treatment of various dyes using Erlenmeyer flasks, the removal effciencies of Disperse Blue 87, Disperse Yellow 64, Disperse Red 60, Acid Blue 193, Acid Red 138, and Direct Yellow 23 were found to be 76%, 71%, 58%, 93%, 94%, and 90% respectively after 24hrs reaction of alkalophilic strain Pseudomonas sp. YBE-12.
Study on the Compatibility of Brominated Epoxy Resin with Nylon 6 and the Characterization of the Blends
Kim, Hwan-Chul ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 155~162
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.155
Nylon 6 was blended with a brominated epoxy resin, tetrabromobisphenol A diglycidyl ether (DGEBBA), to enhance flame retardant property. Thermal properties of the blends were analyzed by DSC. Melting point and crystallization temperature decreased as the amount of epoxy resin increased. Melt index and relative viscosity decreased as the amount of the epoxy resin increased. When the blended amount of the epoxy resin was below 5%, the melt index decreased while the relative viscosity slightly increased. The blend resin was successfully spun into fiber without swelling or drawing the resonance phenomena. However, both the tenacity and elongation of the fiber decreased by increasing the amount of the DGEBBA.
Changes in Mechanical Properties of Sanitary Nonwoven Fabrics by Chitosan/Nanosilver Mixed Solution Treatment
Bae, Hyun-Sook ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 163~172
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.163
In order to investigate the changes in mechanical properties of sanitary nonwoven fabrics actually used as a top sheet, the fabric was treated with a mixture of chitosan and nanosilver colloidal solution in accordance with the prescribed ratio. The former is a natural polymer with excellent biocompatibility and the latter can give an additional performance while compensating the weaknesses of chitosan of deteriorating adherence efficiency. It was shown that the bending and shearing characteristics of the chitosan/nanosilver treated fabrics decreased, which helped to make it softer, smoother and more flexible. The shape stability and drapability of the treated fabrics improved. As KES-FB system evaluation showed that Koshi was deduced, and both Numeri and Fukurami were increased. Thereby, the chitosan/nanosilver treated fabrics were smoother to provide elasticity. In the change of hand value compared to chitosan only treatment, a better THV was shown in the fabrics treated with chitosan/nanosilver mixed solution than the fabric treated with chitosan alone.
Preparation and Characterization of Stretch Fabric : Shrinkage and Elasticity Properties
Kang, Ki-Hyuk ; Kim, Young-Sung ; Son, Young-A ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 173~179
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2010.22.2.173
In this study, we determine the stretch and shrinkage properties of conjugated yarns. The shrinkage(%) and elasticity(%) were determined by applying twist conditions of 0, 350, 800, 1000, 1200, 1400, 1600, 2000 T/M (twisting per meter). It is found that the shrinkage(%) and elasticity(%) gradually decreased with increasing T/M. Especially the elasticity(%) dramatically decreased over 1400 T/M condition. In contrast, it is showed that the handle and drapery properties decreased below 1000 T/M, which indicates that the optimal T/M condition could be 1000~1400. The effect of shrinkage(%) and elasticity(%) with different steam setting temperatures (60, 70, 80 and
) was also determined. The shrinkage(%) decreased with increasing setting temperature, while the elasticity not changed. In this context, the optimal steam setting temperature could be
because it is not easy to weave with the yarns which was set below
. The elasticity(%) decreased with increasing the density of warp and weft. To produce soft handle, excellent drapery and good stretch fabrics, the warp density needs to be reached by 90% of the ideal warp density. In the case of NaOH treatments to the fabrics, the elasticity(%) increased with increasing weight reduction. Therefore, this study have demonstrated that the conjugated yarns with core yarn and the SDY CD(cation dyeable spindraw yarn) as an effect yarn would be appropriate to produce excellent mixture-yarn, which displays clean appearance, good handle and excellent elasticity, The optimized conditions are as follows; 1000~1200 twist per meter,
steam setting temperature, 90% of ideal warp density and relaxation condition treated with 5g/l NaOH concentration.