A Study of Behavior of Sesame Dyeing on Nylon
Sesame dye was successfully extracted from food products freely available in the market by a simple boiling method. The extraction temperature and time were 100 °C and 138.3 min, respectively, and the concentration of sesame dye extract was 425 g/L. The sesame dye extract, when used for dyeing nylon fabric, followed the Beer-Lambert law. The optimal conditions for dyeing with sesame dye extract were extracted concentration = 100 g/L, pH = 4, and dyeing temperature = 100 °C. The sesame dye extract was used for dyeing pre-mordanted nylon fabric and good colorfastness results were achieved.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2019
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