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EXTRACTION OF NATURAL DYE FROM DIOSPYROS MOLLIS (GRIFF.) FRUITS BY MANY DIFFERENT SOLVENTS AND APPLICATION OF DYED ON SILK FABRIC
Journal of Science and Technology - IUH
Diospyros mollis (Griff.) locally known as "mac nua", is a kind of wild plant which fruits are used to dye the famous black "Lanh My A" silk of Tan Chau, An Giang. In this study, the author uses four solvents: water, ethanol, acetone and diethyl ether to extract natural dye and it's used dyeing for silk. As a result, the natural dye extracted with acetone solution from Diospyros mollis (Griff.) fruits was used to dye for silk that obtained a color saturation 3.72 which was the best solvent.doi:10.46242/jst-iuh.v44i02.1025 fatcat:vccwonoykvgxvayxxsk6qhokie