New Trends in Natural Dyes for Textiles PDF by Padma Shree Vankar and Dhara Shukla

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New Trends in Natural Dyes for Textiles
By Padma Shree Vankar and Dhara Shukla
New Trends in Natural Dyes for Textiles
Table of Contents
Cover image
Title page
Copyright
Chapter 1: Newer Natural Dyes for Various Textiles
Abstract
1.1 Innovation in Extraction Process
1.2 Innovation in Dyeing
1.3 Isolation of Dye Molecule
1.4 Innovation in Dye fixing
1.5 Conclusion
Chapter 1.1 Newer Natural Dyes for Cotton
1.1.1 Introduction
Chapter 1.2 Newer Natural Dyes for Silk
1.2.1 Eclipta alba
1.2.2 Eucalyptus globules
1.2.3 Eupatorium adenophorum
1.2.4 Caesalpinia sappan
1.2.5 Carthamus tinctorius
Chapter 1.3 Newer Natural Dyes for Wool
1.3.1 Gomphrena globosa
1.3.2 Impatiens balsamina
1.3.3 Lawsonia inermis
1.3.4 Mirabilis jalpa
1.3.5 Nyctanthes arbor tristis
1.3.6 Punica granatum
1.3.7 Reseda luteola
1.3.8 Rosa rosa
1.3.9 Salacia prinoides
1.3.10 Tectona grandis
Chapter 2: Isolation and Characterization of the Colorant Molecules From Each Dye Plant
Abstract
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Chemical Characterization of the Acacia catechu Extract
2.3 Chemical Characterization of the Allium cepa Skin
2.4 Chemical Characterization of the Colorant Artocarpus heterophyllus Extract
2.5 Chemical Characterization of Bixa Seeds Extract (Annato)
2.6 Chemical Characterization of Bougainvillea glabra Flower Extract
2.7 Chemical Characterization Brassica (Purple Cabbage)
2.8 Chemical Composition of Butea monosperma
2.9 Chemical Composition of Caesalpinia (Sappanwood) Extract
2.10 Chemical Characterization of Carthamus tinctorius
2.11 Chemical Characterization of Cassia fistula
2.12 Chemical Characterization of Camellia sinensis
2.13 Chemical Characterization of Coscinium fenestratum (Venivel)
2.14 Chemical Characterization of Eclipta alba
2.15 Chemical Characterization of Eucalyptus
2.16 Chemical Characterization of the Eupatorium Leaves
2.17 Chemical Characterization of Gomphrena
2.18 Chemical Characterization of Impatiens (Balsam)
2.19 Chemical Characterization of Lawsonia (Heena)
2.20 Chemical Characterization of Mirabilis jalapa Flowers
2.21 Chemical Characterization of Nyctanthes Flower (Parijat)
2.22 Chemical Characterization of Punica granatum Fruit Skin
2.23 Chemical Characterization of Reseda Flower
2.24 Chemical Characterization of Rosa rosa
2.25 Chemical Characterization of Salacia
2.26 Chemical Characterization of Tectona
2.27 Conclusion
Chapter 3: Structure-Mordant Interaction and the Use of Biomordants and Enzymes
Abstract
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Ecofriendly Mordant
3.3 Conclusion
Chapter 4: Dyeing Application of Newer Natural Dyes on Cotton Silk and Wool With Fastness Properties, CIE Lab Values,
and Shade Card
Abstract
4.1 Introduction
Chapter 4.1 Dyeing of Cotton by Different New Natural Dye Sources
Abstract
4.1.1 Dyeing With Acacia catechu
4.1.2 Dyeing With Allium cepa
4.1.3 Dyeing With Artocarpus Bark
4.1.4 Dyeing of Bixa orellana
4.1.5 Dyeing of Bougainvellia
4.1.6 Dyeing With Brassica
4.1.7 Dyeing With Cassia fistula
4.1.8 Dyeing With Camellia sinensis Leaves
4.1.9 Dyeing With Coscinium fenestratum
4.1.10 Dyeing With Butea monosperma (Tessu/Palash)
4.1.11 Conclusion
Further Reading
Chapter 4.2 Dyeing Application of Newer Natural Dyes on Silk With Fastness Properties, CIE Lab Values, and Shade Card
Abstract
4.2.1 Introduction
4.2.2 Dyeing With Bark of Eucalyptus grandis
4.2.3 Dyeing With Eupatorium
4.2.4 Dyeing With Caesalpinia (Sappanwood)
4.2.5 Dyeing With Carthamus tinctorius
4.2.6 Conclusion
Further Reading
Chapter 4.3 Dyeing Application of Newer Natural Dyes on Wool With Fastness Properties, CIELAB Values, and Shade Card
Abstract
4.3.1 Introduction
4.3.2 Wool Dyeing With G. globosa Flower
4.3.3 Wool Dyeing With Impatiens balsmina Flower
4.3.4 Wool Dyeing With Lawsonia inermis
4.3.5 Wool Dyeing With Mirabilis jalapa
4.3.6 Wool Dyeing With Nyctanthes arbor-tristis
4.3.7 Wool Dyeing With Punica granatum
4.3.8 Wool Dyeing With Reseda luetola
4.3.9 Wool Dyeing With Rosa rosa
4.3.10 Wool Dyeing Wool With Extract of Salacia prinoides
4.3.11 Wool Dyeing With Tectona grandis
4.3.12 Conclusion
Further Reading
Chapter 5: Medicinal Properties of Natural Dye Plants
Abstract
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Eco-Prescription Valid for Textile Industry
5.3 Safer Natural Colorants
5.4 Conclusion
Index
 
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