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Volume 44, Issue 6 - Dec 2007
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Derivative Containing Cyanuric Chloride Moiety and Its Application to Fragrant Finish of Textiles
Ko, Jae-Hoon ; Park, Yoon-Cheol ; Kim, Jin-Woo ; Kim, Young-Ho ;
Textile Science and Engineering, volume 44, issue 4, 2007, Pages 183~188
]-Cyclodextrin derivative containing cyanuric chloride moiety (
) was synthesized by a reaction of
with cyanuric chloride in alkaline condition. FT-IR and UV spectra along with the results of elemental analysis indicated that cyanuric chloride was bound to
. Remaining monochlorotriazine group in
was expected to be used as a reactive site for cellulosic fibers. The
could be used as a host material for inclusion complex of various guest molecules. As an example, vanillin, a flavoring agent in foods and others, was included in the
to make a perfume inclusion complex. UV analysis showed that the vanillin-included complex of
released vanillin more slowly than vanillin itself, which reveals that it can be used as a feasible fragrant finishing agent for textiles.
Synthesis of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes through Functionalization with Poly(L-lysine) and Biomineralization on Carbon Nanotubes
So, Hyang-Hwa ; Cho, Jae-Whan ;
Textile Science and Engineering, volume 44, issue 4, 2007, Pages 189~195
Multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) were functionalized with poly(L-lysine)(PLL) and used to prepare the silica-MWNT nanocomposites via biomineralization route in the presence of PLL by a sol-gel reaction of tetramethyl orthosilicate. The MWNT-graft-PLL (MWNT-g-PLL) could be synthesized, and it was evidenced by FT-IR spectroscopy and TEM measurement. In TEM observation, the morphology of PLL molecules covered on MWNTs was clearly shown. The formation of silica on MWNT and MWNT-PLL was carried out in two methods called as solution phase and solid phase. The presence of PLL in biomineralization affected dominantly an amount of silica formed in both solution phase and solid phase, which was evidenced in the EDS image measurements.
Compatibilization of Immiscible Polyamide 6 and Poly(butylene terephthalate) Blend Using Poly(hydroxy ether of bisphenol A)
Park, Seung-Bin ; Kim, Jin-Bong ; Lee, Moo-Sung ;
Textile Science and Engineering, volume 44, issue 4, 2007, Pages 196~203
In this study, we investigated the compatibilizing effect of poly(hydroxy ether of bisphenol A) (phenoxy) on the immiscible blends of polyamide 6 (PA6) and poly(butylene terephthalate) (PBT). From scanning electron micrographs of PBT/PA6/phenoxy ternary blends, it was found that phenoxy forms encapsulating layer between PA6 and PBT during melt mixing. However, phenoxy does not contribute to reduce the domain size of dispersed phases, even though the encapsulating morphology results from the reduction in interfacial energy by spreading of phenoxy at the interface of PBT and PA6. The storage moduli of PBT/PA6/phenoxy blends slightly increase with phenoxy content below
of phenoxy, but the situation is reversed above
of phenoxy, indicating that the mechanical properties of polymer blends with encapsulating morphology depend on those of encapsulating polymers. Phenoxy added to PBT/PA6 blends does not significantly improve the tensile, bending, and impact properties of the blends, which calls into question the effectiveness of phenoxy as practical compatibilizers.
Synthesis of Sulfadiazine Type Antibacterial Reactive Dyes
Cha, Hee-Cheol ; Ko, Jae-Hoon ; Kim, Young-Ho ;
Textile Science and Engineering, volume 44, issue 4, 2007, Pages 204~210
Novel reactive dyes having antibacterial properties were synthesized by introducing sulfase, -
-, which is well known as antibiotics to reactive dyes. An intermediate compound was prepared by a coupling reaction of the diazonium salt of sulfadiazine with the condensation product of 8-amino-1-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid (H-acid) and cyanuric chloride. A reaction of the intermediate compound and sodium 4-aminophenyl-
-sulfatoethyl sulphonate (p-Base) afforded a new reactive red dye of monochlorotriazine type. To synthesize reactive blue dyes of vinyl sulfone type, another intermediate compound was prepared by a coupling reaction of the diazonium salt of p-Base with H-acid, followed by the second coupling reaction of the diazonium salt of sulfadiazine or silver sulfadiazine with the intermediate compound. The synthesized dyes were characterized using a high performance liquid chromatography and various spectroscopic analyses such as UV/Vis, FT-IR, energy dispersive X-Ray, and inductively coupled plasma.
Waterproof and Breathable Textiles for Improvement of Thermal Comfort by Dual Complex Coating of Ceramics
Park, Young-Mi ; Koo, Kang ; Choe, Jong-Deok ; Kim, Eun-Ae ;
Textile Science and Engineering, volume 44, issue 4, 2007, Pages 211~219
In this study, microencapsulated phase change materials (PCMMc) and three different kinds of inorganic materials such as ceramics, aluminum and far-infrared radiation emissive materials were used for thermal insulation on the waterproof nylon fabrics during the dual coating process. The thermal insulation effects of the ceramics- and PCMMc-treated fabrics were examined by using DSC, thermal vision camera and SEM. Physical properties such as peeling, water vapor permeability, and water penetration resistance were tested. The contribution of PCMMc and ceramics in nylon fabrics treated by dual complex coating method to the thermal comfort was also investigated.
Korean Traditional Red Dyeing and Characterization of Its Color Properties by Investigating Old Documents(I) -Traditional Red Dyeing Based on Old Documents-
Park, Wee-Ja ; Kim, Kwang-Soo ; Kim, Sung-Dong ; Park, Jong-Ho ; Koh, Joon-Seok ;
Textile Science and Engineering, volume 44, issue 4, 2007, Pages 220~230
This work aims to reproduce and characterize the traditional red color by investigating old documents. Various traditional red color which has been used in traditional costumes was investigated. So-Hong, Mok-Hong, Dae-Hong, Ban-Hong, and Chun-Hong were chosen and their spectral properties, dyeing properties and color properties were compared. Mordants and auxiliaries changed the hue, lightness, chromaticity and color strength of the dyed fabrics with natural red dyes. However, the influence of dyeing temperature and time on the dyeing properties was relatively small. The redness value (
) of the natural dyeings was in order of Dae-Hong, Mok-Hong, So-Hong, Chun-Hong and Ban-Hong. The color gamut of Dae-Hong and Chun-Hong was limited to the small color coordinate area while that of Ban-Hong was distributed widely over the color coordinates.
The Bleaching of Chitosan Composite Fiber with Hydrogen Peroxide
Lee, Bum-Hoon ; Lee, Beom-Soo ; Jeong, Sung-Hoon ;
Textile Science and Engineering, volume 44, issue 4, 2007, Pages 231~237
The objective of this study was to investigate the bleaching efficiency of chitosan/nano-silver composite fiber (CSF) compared with cotton fiber (CMF). The bleaching efficiency was analyzed by the weight loss and reflectance. The variation of tenacity and viscosity in various concentration of hydrogen peroxide and alkalis (soda ash, caustic soda) were observed. The molecular weight and tenacity of bleached CSF decreased as the hydrogen peroxide and alkali concentration increased, however significant change of bleaching efficiency was not determined.
The Changes of Mechanical Properties of Bamboo Knitted Fabric
Lee, Hyo-Jin ; Jee, Ju-Won ;
Textile Science and Engineering, volume 44, issue 4, 2007, Pages 238~243
Bamboo fabrics, which are made by a echo-friendly fiber, have the following properties: lightweight, good weathering ability, good design and manufacture flexibility and medium strength. Dyeing using loess, a major kind of mineral natural dye is good for human body, protects environment and is able to produce beautiful natural colors. In this article, the changes of mechanical properties of bamboo knitted fabric after loess dyeing were evaluated and compared with those of cotton knitted fabric and cotton/bamboo blended knitted fabric. Experiment is conducted as follows; 1) preparing 3 kinds of knitted fabrics, 2) 3 kinds of knitted fabrics were loess dyed 8 times, 3) measuring and comparing the mechanical properties of knitted fabrics before and after dyeing. As a results, bamboo knitted fabrics were more flexible than cotton knitted fabrics. After loess dyeing, stiffness and toughness properties of knitted fabrics further increased. Cotton knitted fabrics showed higher value of KOSHI than bamboo knitted fabrics. Cotton knitted fabrics showed lower value of NUMERI, FUKURAMI than bamboo knitted fabrics. Bamboo-cotton blend is a good alternative for well-being textile because it has the advantages of both cotton and bamboo fabrics.