Comparative Studies on Dyeability with Direct, Acid and Reactive Dyes after Chemical Modification of Jute with Mixed Amino Acids Obtained from Extract of Waste Soya Bean Seeds

  • Nilendu Sekhar Bhaumik
  • Adwaita Konar
  • Alok Nath Roy
  • Ashis Kumar Samanta
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Abstract

Jute fabric was treated with mixed natural amino acids obtained from waste soya bean seed extract for chemical modification of jute for its cataionization and to enhance its dyeability with anionic dyes (like direct, reactive and acid dye) as well enabling soya modified jute for salt free dyeing with anionic reactive dyes maintaining its eco-friendliness. Colour interaction parameters including surface colour strength were assessed and compared for both bleached and soya-modified jute fabric for reactive dyeing and compared with direct and acid dye. Improvement in K/S value (surface colour strength) was observed for soya-modified jute even in absence of salt applied in dye bath for reactive dyes as well as for direct and acid dyes. In addition, reactive dye also shows good dyeability even in acid bath in salt free conditions. Colour fastness to wash was evaluated for bleached and soya-modified jute fabric after dyeing with direct, acid and reactive dyes are reported. Treatment of jute with soya-extracted mixed natural amino acids showed anchoring of some amino/aldemine groups on jute cellulosic polymer evidenced from Fourier Transform Infra-Red (FTIR) Spectroscopy. This amino or aldemine group incorporation in bleached jute causes its cationization and hence when dyed in acid bath for reactive dye (instead of conventional alkali bath) showed dye uptake for reactive dyes. Study of surface morphology by Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) of said soya-modified jute as compared to bleached jute was studied and reported.

Keywords

Cationization Colour fastness FTIR Salt free dyeing SEM TGA 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The authors are thankful to Centre for Research in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology of University of Calcutta for SEM analysis. Authors are thankful to Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India for sanctioning a project on Development of Oeko-Tech dyed and finished eco-friendly textile products related studies.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Jute and Fibre Technology, Institute of Jute TechnologyUniversity of CalcuttaKolkataIndia
  2. 2.Government College of Engineering and Textile TechnologySeramporeIndia
  3. 3.National Institute of Research on Jute and Allied Fiber Technology, Indian Council of Agricultural ResearchKolkataIndia

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