β-cyclodextrin (CD); Acrylamide (Aam); finishing; Crease Recovery Angle(CRA); stiffening
To chemically attach β- Cyclodextrin molecules to cotton cellulose, N-methylol-acrylamide was used to synthesize a cyclodextrin containing monomer ,which was then grafted onto cellulose fibers .Cyclodextrin are cyclic oligosaccharides cable of forming inclusion complex with large number of organic molecules .The aim of this work is the preparation of activated Cyclodextrin and applied it as finishing agent on cotton fabrics to improve stiffness properties, tensile strength and Crease Recovery Angle .
How to Cite This Article
EL- BISI, MANAL
"N-METHYLOL POLYACRYLAMIDE CYCLODEXTRIN COMPOSITE AS A STIFFENING AGENT FOR COTTON FABRICS,"
Al-Azhar Bulletin of Science: Vol. 18:
2, Article 22.