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Title of Thesis

Evaluation of Cotton Dyeing with Aqueous Extracts of Natural Dyes from Indigenous Plants

Author(s)

Shaukat Ali

Institute/University/Department Details
Department Of Chemistry / University Of Agriculture, Faisalabad
Session
2008
Subject
Chemistry
Number of Pages
216
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
Plants, Optimization, Evaluation, Reactive, Dyeing, Indigenous, Extracts, Dyes, Eucalyptus, Natural, Cotton, Aqueous, Analysis

Abstract
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1 0 CONTENTS

 

 
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INTRODUCTION

 

 
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3 2 LITERATURE REVIEW

 

 
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4 3 MATERIALS & METHODS

3.1 Material and Equipment
3.2 Collection and processing of sample
3.3 Optimization of extraction conditions
3.4 Optimization of dyeing conditions
3.5 Optimization of dyeing temperature
3.6 Optimization of dyeing time
3.7 Optimization of salt (Sodium sulphate) concentration
3.8 Optimization of M:L ratio
3.9 Optimization of dyeing pH
3.10 Optimization of mordanting conditions
3.11 Premordanting
3.12 Premordanting with alum
3.13 Premordanting with iron
3.14 Postmordanting
3.15 Postmordanting with alum
3.16 Postmordanting with iron
3.17 Dyeing Method for Reactive Dyes
3.18 Quality assurance tests of dyed fabric
3.19 Quality Assurance Tests of Dyed Fabrics

 
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5 4 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

4.1 Optimization of Extraction & Dyeing Conditions for Henna Dye
4.2 Improvement in Fastness Properties of Henna Dye
4.3 Comparative Studies of Henna & Reactive Dye
4.4 Comparison of UV/Visible Spectroscopy between hydroxy naphthaquinone and alkaline extract
4.5 Costs analysis for natural (Henna leaves) & reactive dyeings
4.6 Optimization of Extraction & Dyeing Conditions of Eucalyptus
4.7 Improvement in Fastness Properties of Eucalyptus Dye|
4.8 Comparative Studies of Eucalyptus & Reactive Dye
4.9 UV/Visible Spectroscopy Eucalyptus bark
4.10 Costs analysis for Eucalyptus barks & reactive dyeings
4.11 Optimization of Extraction & Dyeing Conditions of Acacia Dye
4.12 Improvement in Fastness Properties of Acacia Dye
4.13 Comparative Studies of Acacia & Reactive Dye
4.14 UV/Visible Spectroscopy between Quercetin and alkaline extract of Acacia’s bark
4.15 Costs analysis for natural & reactive dyeings
4.16 Optimization of Extraction & Dyeing Conditions for Turmeric dye
4.17 Improvement in Fastness Properties of Turmeric Dye
4.18 Comparative Studies of Turmeric & Reactive Dye
4.19 UV/Visible Spectroscopy of Curcumin
4.20 Costs analysis for natural (Turmeric rhizomes)& reactive dyeings

 
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6 5 SUMMARY

 

 
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LITERATURE CITED

 

 
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