Ozone Resistance of Nonwoven Polypropylene Fibrous Material
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The efficiency of ozone absorption by nonwoven polypropylene fibrous material prepared by industrial spunbond technology and changes of its chemical composition and structure after ozone treatment were studied. The effects of ozone treatment at low (250 μg/m3) and high (25 g/m3) ozone concentrations were compared. It was found that oxidative destruction in both instances was localized primarily on the fiber surface. The conditions under which the propylene nonwoven spunbond material was resistant to ozone were determined.
KeywordsOzone Ozone Concentration Fiber Surface Ozone Treatment Ozone Generator
The work was supported financially in part by the RF Ministry of Education and Science [Subsidy Contract of Oct. 20, 2014, No. 14.576.21.0053, unique identifier of applied scientific research (project) RFMEFI57614X0053] and the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Project No. 14-07-00025). We thank S. A. Korneichuk for the SEM images.
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