Photochemical stability of cellulose textile surfaces painted with some reactive azo-triazine dyes
- 270 Downloads
The influence of ultraviolet irradiation of different doses (λ > 300 nm) on the structural and color modifications of cotton fabrics painted with four different azo-triazine dyes (Reactive Yellow 143, Reactive Orange 13, Reactive Red 183, and Reactive Red 2) was studied. High irradiation doses up to 3500 J cm−2 led to changes in the dyes structures. Structural changes before and after the complete irradiation were compared by applying FTIR, UV–Vis, and near infrared chemical imaging techniques. Color modifications were also investigated. Color differences significantly increased with the irradiation dose for all the studied samples.
KeywordsColor Modification Glucose Ring Sulfate Barium Chromophore Accumulation Bleached Cotton Fiber
Authors acknowledge the financial support of a grant of the Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research, CNCS—UEFISCDI, Project Number PN-II-ID-PCE-2011-3-0187. Authors are grateful to Ph.D. student Manuela-Tatiana Nistor of the “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Iasi, Romania, for the recording of the NIR spectra. Paper dedicated to the 65th anniversary of “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry of Romanian Academy, Iasi, Romania.
- 1.Biswa RD (2010) UV radiation protective clothing. Open Text J 3:14–21Google Scholar
- 2.Riva A, Agaba I, Pepio M (2006) Action of a finishing product in the improvement of the ultraviolet protection provided by cotton fabrics. Model Eff Cell 13(6):697–704Google Scholar
- 6.Srinivasan M, Gatewood B (2000) Relationship of the dye characteristics to UV protection provided by coton fabric. Text Chem Color Am D 32(4):36–43Google Scholar
- 7.Crews P, Kachman S, Beyer A (1999) Influences of UVR transmission of dyed woven fabrics. Text Chem Color 31(6):17–26Google Scholar
- 8.Reinert G, Fuso F, Hilfiker R, Schmidt E (1997) UV protecting properties of textile fabrics and their improvement. AATCC Rev 29(12):31–43Google Scholar
- 22.Gavat CC (2011) Contributions to knowledge involvement of reactive dyes in determining the biological effects, in conjunction with their physical and chemical properties. Ph.D. Thesis, “Gr.T.Popa” University, Faculty of Pharmacy, IasiGoogle Scholar
- 26.Marques MRC, Loebenberg R, Almukainzi M (2011) Simulated biological fluids with possible application in dissolution testing. Dissolut Technol 8:15–28Google Scholar
- 29.Burdzinski G, Kubicki J, Maciejewski A, Steer RP, Velate S, Yeow EKL (2006) Photochemistry and photophysics of highly excited valence states of polyatomic molecules: nonalternant aromatics, thioketones and metalloporphyrins. In: Ramamurthy V, Schanze KS (eds) Organic photochemistry and photophysics. CRC Press, Boca Raton, p 17Google Scholar
- 32.Ciolacu D, Ciolacu F, Popa VI (2011) Amorphous cellulose structure and characterization. Cell Chem Technol 45:13–21Google Scholar
- 39.Ciurczak EW, Drennen JK (2002) Pharmaceutical and medical applications of near-infrared spectroscopy. Marcel Dekker Inc, New YorkGoogle Scholar
- 42.Mijovic J, Andjeli S (1995) A study of reaction kinetics by near-infrared spectroscopy. 1. Comprehensive analysis of a model epoxy/amine system, Macromol 28:2787–2796Google Scholar