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Fabrication of Bio-based Coloristic and Ultraviolet Protective Cellulosic Fabric Using Chitosan Derivative and Chestnut Shell Extract

Fabrication of Bio-based Coloristic and Ultraviolet Protective Cellulosic Fabric Using Chitosan... The integration of agricultural by-products and natural fibers is increasingly welcomed for sustainable manufacturing of functional textiles. This study presents a facile strategy for fabricating bio-based coloristic and ultraviolet (UV) protective cellulosic fabric pre-cationized with a chitosan derivative — hydroxypropyltrimethyl ammonium chloride chitosan (HACC) followed by simultaneous coloration and finishing using chestnut shell extract (CSE). Results revealed that HACC significantly enhanced the CSE adsorption quantity on cellulose fibers due to the increased number of cationic binding sites. Both cotton and viscose showed a good building up property indicating their potential for dark shade dyeing. Cotton displayed higher CSE adsorption improvement than viscose due to the higher adsorption quantity of HACC during pre-cationization. The washing and rubbing fastness was rated as mediate to high level, which was contributed by the electrostatic interactions between the cationized cellulose fiber and anionic CSE. Importantly, the ultraviolet protective factor (UPF) of treated cellulosic reached over 40 and well retained over 70 % after 10 repeated washings. In summary, the fabrication strategy for coloristic and functional cellulosic fabrics using two natural products introduced in this research, contributes to sustainable manufacturing of textile. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Fibers and Polymers Springer Journals

Fabrication of Bio-based Coloristic and Ultraviolet Protective Cellulosic Fabric Using Chitosan Derivative and Chestnut Shell Extract

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Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © The Korean Fiber Society for Fibers and Polymers and Springer 2022
ISSN
1229-9197
eISSN
1875-0052
DOI
10.1007/s12221-022-4940-3
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Abstract

The integration of agricultural by-products and natural fibers is increasingly welcomed for sustainable manufacturing of functional textiles. This study presents a facile strategy for fabricating bio-based coloristic and ultraviolet (UV) protective cellulosic fabric pre-cationized with a chitosan derivative — hydroxypropyltrimethyl ammonium chloride chitosan (HACC) followed by simultaneous coloration and finishing using chestnut shell extract (CSE). Results revealed that HACC significantly enhanced the CSE adsorption quantity on cellulose fibers due to the increased number of cationic binding sites. Both cotton and viscose showed a good building up property indicating their potential for dark shade dyeing. Cotton displayed higher CSE adsorption improvement than viscose due to the higher adsorption quantity of HACC during pre-cationization. The washing and rubbing fastness was rated as mediate to high level, which was contributed by the electrostatic interactions between the cationized cellulose fiber and anionic CSE. Importantly, the ultraviolet protective factor (UPF) of treated cellulosic reached over 40 and well retained over 70 % after 10 repeated washings. In summary, the fabrication strategy for coloristic and functional cellulosic fabrics using two natural products introduced in this research, contributes to sustainable manufacturing of textile.

Journal

Fibers and PolymersSpringer Journals

Published: Oct 1, 2022

Keywords: Chestnut shell extract; Chitosan derivative; Cellulosic fibers; Dyeing; Ultraviolet production

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