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Volume 24, Issue 4 - Dec 2012
Volume 24, Issue 3 - Sep 2012
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Synthesis and Optical Properties of Novel Chemosensor Based on Rhodamine 6G
Kim, Hyungjoo ; Son, Young-A ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 24, issue 4, 2012, Pages 233~238
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2012.24.4.233
The opto-functional materials have been developed as a promising research topic toward the end uses for optical materials and applications. The attractive area in this part was the design of sensor molecules for detecting harmful environmental factors. These harmful factors impart undesired effects on wide range of chemical and biological phenomenon. In this context, many researchers have studied luminescence chemosensor materials. These sensor molecules showed optical signals such as color or fluorescence change by detecting harmful environmental factors. In this study, the novel fluorescence chemosensor 1 has been designed and synthesized through reaction of rhodamine 6g hydrazide and 2-hydroxy-1-naphthaldehyde. The chemosensor 1 had been analyzed by UV-Vis and fluorescence spectrophotometer. We found that this chemosensor 1 has 'off-on' and dual type sensing properties toward
Interaction between Poly(vinylpyrrolidone) and Ionic Dyes in Aqueous Solution System (I)
Lee, Sangchul ; Kim, Heain ; Park, Soomin ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 24, issue 4, 2012, Pages 239~246
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2012.24.4.239
The binding isotherms of ionic dyes with Poly(vinylpyrrolidone) in aqueous solution were determined by the dynamic dialysis technique. The shape of the isotherms of cationic dye, C. I. Basic Red 18 with poly(vinlypyrrolidone) showed a partition type. It suggests that the binding involves a non-cooperative mode. Isotherms of an anion dye, a synthesized dye by coupling of diazotized m-trifluoromethylaniline with 2-naphthol-6-sulfonic acid, were sigmoid type and showed multimode interaction. The results were interpreted by the McGhee von Hippel theory. The thermodynamic parameters for the complex formation of the dyes-polymer were calculated from their temperature dependences of the intrinsic binding constant.
Utilization of Bamboo Leaves as a New Resource of Natural Green Colorants
Shin, Younsook ; Cho, Arang ; Yoo, Dong Il ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 24, issue 4, 2012, Pages 247~252
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2012.24.4.247
The objective of this study was to find an appropriate method and process for protecting the green color in bamboo leaves and subsequent extraction of the green colorants, chlorophyll. Various inorganic salts including cupric sulfate, ferric sulfate, and zinc chloride were employed as green color protectors. Accordingly, the effects of metal salts and treatment conditions on color protection were investigated to find appropriate protector and conditions. And also, the efficacy of bamboo colorants as a natural green dye was evaluated through dyeing and colorfastness tests. Antimicrobial activity of dyed fabrics was measured by shake flask method in terms of bacterial reduction rate using Staphylococcus aureus(ATCC 6538). On the basis of experimental results for stabilizing bamboo leaves colorants, it was confirmed that Cu was the most appropriate metal type considering dye uptake, photostability and light fastness, and its optimum concentration was 0.025%. After the stabilization, the colorants were extracted efficiently at NaOH aqueous solution of 1.00%. It was concluded that bamboo leave has a high potentiality as new resources to produce a natural green dye with antimicrobial functionality.
Process Balance of Natural Indigo Production based on Traditional Niram Method
Shin, Younsook ; Yoo, Dong Il ; Kim, Kangwha ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 24, issue 4, 2012, Pages 253~259
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2012.24.4.253
In this work, the natural indigo production process from Polygonum tinctorium was balanced based on the traditional Niram method in Korea. A standard procedure was determined considering the conditions of indican extraction from plant material, the amount of alkali for precipitation, storage of extract, etc. The effect of experimental conditions on the yield of crude dye was investigated. The contents of indigo and indirubin of the crude dyes were analyzed by HPLC. Increase of the amount of crude dye was observed within 1-2.5 days of extraction time. Longer extraction beyond 2.5 days resulted in a slight decrease in the amount of crude dye. There was no consistency in terms of indigo content depending on extraction pH. We found that the storage of extract or harvested plants affected adversely to dye yield and dye quality. Based on the lab scale extraction, large scale extraction was performed for 2-2.5 days in water and 2.0-2.5 g/L of
was applied for precipitation of indigo dye. We obtained natural indigo dye containing about 15% of pure indigo in scale-up production using whole plant except root.
Investigation into the Ecological and Natural Dyeing with Medicinal Plants after Fermentation by NURUK and the Effect of Natural Additives
Park, Youngmi ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 24, issue 4, 2012, Pages 260~269
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2012.24.4.260
The aim of this study was to develop higher-value added dyeing materials with the fermentation-dyeing -mordanting system using only the natural ingredients by integrating traditional fermentation techniques with traditional dyeing technique. Nuruk, which is used mainly to ferment traditional foods, was used as a fermenting agent to ferment 5 different types of materials. Acidic burnt alum and alkaline calcium hydroxide were used as natural mordants. The dyeability checked after fermentation showed that both cotton and silk mordanted with Gardenia jasminoides did not show notable changes, and 10 days of fermentation was found to be appropriate. Sophora japonica L. performed better on cotton materials mordanted with slaked lime, and alkaline mordants were found to be more effective than acidic ones. With Rheum coreanum, a fermentation period of more than 24 days (
fermentation) worked best on cotton material, showing a 5 fold increase in the K/S value after the
slaked lime fermentation than with no fermentation. Rhus javanica L. was found to increase the color fastness to gentle washing and the fastness to light was found to possess 4 means that natural dyed fabric have the highest level of durability, the grade 1 the lowest level of fastness.
Dyeability of Fabrics by Malt-fermented Materials and Mineral Water Mordanting -Effect of Mordanting with Hwangsu(mineral water) of Yeongcheon, Korea-
Park, Youngmi ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 24, issue 4, 2012, Pages 270~280
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2012.24.4.270
This study examined the dyeing characteristics of five oriental herbs, namely Gardenia jasminoides, Sophora japonica L., Rheum coreanum, Rhus javanica L., Ginkgo biloba L., on fabrics with traditional fermentation using malt. And the properties of Hwangsu (mineral water) of Yeongcheon (Korea)as a mordant in the post-treatment of textile were evaluated. The dyeability and fastness of cotton fabric and silk to light and washing as well as different fermentation periods and temperatures were investigated, and the following results were obtained. The dyeability of the fermented and non-fermented material did not show a significant difference. Fabrics mordanted with Hwangsu generally exhibited a reddish color due to the presence of iron. The dyeing of cotton fabric and silk by fermentation and Hwangsu mordanting were found to be effective on Rhus javanica L. and Rheum coreanum. These results were confirmed through fastness to light 3 of cotton on Rheum coreanum and 3-4 of silk on Rhus javanica L., respectively. The washing fastness of both fabrics dyed with fermented Rhus javanica L. and Rheum coreanum was improved, showing higher K/S value after washing than before washing.
The Improvement of Thermal Stability and Tensile Toughness by the Photocrosslinking of Poly(phenylene sulfide) containing Acetophenone
Jang, Yong-Joon ; Jang, Jinho ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 24, issue 4, 2012, Pages 281~287
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2012.24.4.281
Poly(phenylene sulfide) films containing acetophenone as a photoinitiator were photocrosslinked under UV irradiation using a continuous UV irradiator. The gel fraction of the irradiated PPS in 1-Chloro naphthalene reached 94.7% with increasing UV energy and the photoinitiator concentration in the film upto
and 12wt% respectively. Solid state
NMR analysis suggested that the crosslinking occurred between the phenylene chains in PPS, indicating that the acetophenone may the phenylene hydrogens and subsequently adjacent polymer radicals could be recombined to form the crosslinked structure. The crosslinking improved the thermal behavior of PPS such as loss of
, higher melting point and lower melting enthalphy as well as significantly higher peak pyrolysis temperature as much as
. Surprisingly the tensile toughness of the most crosslinked PPS increased by 842%, resulting from the substantial enhancements in tensile modulus, strength and strain as much as 76%, 236% and 240% respectively. Also dynamic mechanical measurement indicated that the distance between crosslinks in the crosslinked PPS reached 85.3 g/mol corresponing to a crosslink density of 0.012 mol/g.
The Mechanical Properties of Thin Suede Fabric with Stretch Function
Park, Myung Soo ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 24, issue 4, 2012, Pages 288~295
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2012.24.4.288
Although some degree of mechanical properties of suede fabrics mainly related to non-woven suede fabric has some researched, the thin suede fabric has rarely been researched. In this study, polyester(DTY 50/72) was used for warp, and after producing latent yarn and sea-island yarn for weft, two yarns were compounded to produce sea-island DTY yarn. By using the two produced yarns for warp and weft, we produced thin suede fabric with stretch function. For weft 2ply, weft density 85, 90, 100(picks/in) were applied to weave fabric, and for weft 1ply, weft density 125, 135, 140(picks/in) were applied to produce weft face 5-end satin weave. The mechanical properties of the produced fabric were researched. The result are as followed. The weight loss ratio of the suede fabric produced for this experiment reached 15% on the conditions of temperature
and 20 minutes, so that island parts were completely separated. The strength of weft 1ply applied suede fabric was about 7.5kg and that of 2ply suede fabric and about 3.5kg. But the strain of two samples ranged from about 40 to 43%. Although Hari was high when weft was denser. The values of Koshi and Kisimi were low. And shear stiffness was high when sea-island DTY yarn was used. The WC value was higher in the case of 2ply than in that of 1ply sea-island DTY yarn for weft, so that we may conclude that Fukurami was more affected in the 2ply case.
Mechanical Properties and Surface Morphology of Cotton Fabrics Dyed with Persimmon Juice
Huh, Man-Woo ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 24, issue 4, 2012, Pages 296~304
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2012.24.4.296
For development of dyeability, the cotton fabric was dyed repeatedly with persimmon juice by padding mangle. We evaluated the mechanical properties and hand value by Kawabata Evaluation System, and observed the change of surface morphology. The results obtained from this study were as follows. With the increase of repeating padding times of dyeing, the linearity of load-extension curve and tensile energy per unit length of the cotton fabric were increased, but the tensile resilience of fabric was decreased. The value of shear stiffness and shear hysteresis were increased. Also compression resilience and linearity of compression thickness curve were increased. The cotton fabric dyed with persimmon juice had shown the thickness and weight increase as the number of padding increase. As repeating times of dyeing with persimmon juice were increased, among the 6 hand values, the item of stiffness, anti-drape stiffness, fullness and softness were increased, while flexibility with soft feeling and crispness were greatly decreased. The amount of coated persimmon juice on the surface of the fabric was gradually increased as the padding times of dyeing. And cotton fabrics were dyed evenly with persimmon juice by padding mangle.
Dyeability of Oxidative Permanent Hair Coloring Agents and the Damage of Hair
Jeong, Nam Young ; Lim, Sun Nye ; Choi, Chang Nam ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 24, issue 4, 2012, Pages 305~312
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2012.24.4.305
In this study, we investigated the effects of oxidative permanent hair coloring agents on the dyeability and the damage of human hair. p-phenylenediamine and toluene-2.5-diamine sulfate were used as a hair coloring agent precursers. The degree of dyeability was checked by the change of CIELAB
value according to dyeing time. And the damage of hair was evaluated by the tensile strength and morphological change of hair in SEM. When the hair was dyed, the CIELAB
value was decreased with dyeing time regardless of the type of precursers. But when the hair was dyed after nutritional treatment, the CIELAB
value showed lower level. This means that the nutritional treatment covers the scale of hair and protects the hair from the chemicals.
Low Temperature Plasma Treatment of Linseed Oil for Immobilization of Silica as Flame-resistant Material
Seo, Eun-Deock ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 24, issue 4, 2012, Pages 313~320
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2012.24.4.313
For the preparation of hardened films which can be applied as a binder for flame-resistant materials such as silica, linseed oil was subjected to a low temperature plasma treatment with argon, or oxygen gas. The film was produced much faster than so-called drying of oil in air. The SEM analysis for silica particles embedded in the hardened film after plasma treatment showed that the silica particles were immobilized on substrate and were evenly dispersed. The FT-IR spectral analysis for the plasma-treated linseed oil films demonstrated that the radicals which were formed during the plasma treatments caused the linseed oil to be cross-linked, and the plasmas attacked carbon chains of the oil randomly without focusing on specific vulnerable bonds such carbon double and carbonyl bonds intensively unless exposure times of the plasmas were prolonged too much, while the cross-linking of the air-dried film was considered to occur at the well-known typical sites, i.e., carbon-carbon double bond and
-methylene carbon. Burning times, as a measure of flame/fire resistance, of silica-filled cellulose substrates, increased with increasing contents of silica.