Attachment of β-Cyclodextrins on Cotton and Influence of β-Cyclodextrin on Ester Formation with BTCA on Cotton

Usha Rashmi Bhaskara, Audrey Tourrette, Dragan Jocic, M. M. C. G. Warmoeskerken
2014 AATCC Journal of Research  
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more » ... n. e experimental results showed that treatment of cotton with BCD using the crosslinker BTCA resulted in higher xation than the treatments with the other two derivatives. e concentration of BTCA used did not signi cantly in uence the amount of xation of BCD on cotton. FTIR-ATR spectroscopic analysis showed that the amount of ester formed on the fabric was in uenced by the addition of BCD on cotton with BTCA in comparison to crosslinking of only BTCA with cotton. e laundering tests showed relatively poor washfastness of the β-cyclodextrins on the fabrics.
doi:10.14504/ajr.1.3.4 fatcat:eavssyfrx5emvajc2mqkrxu5ja