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The Resource Textiles and Clothing Sustainability : Nanotextiles and Sustainability

Textiles and Clothing Sustainability : Nanotextiles and Sustainability

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Textiles and Clothing Sustainability : Nanotextiles and Sustainability
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Textiles and Clothing Sustainability
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Nanotextiles and Sustainability
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Textiles and Clothing Sustainability : Nanotextiles and Sustainability
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Textiles and Clothing Sustainability : Nanotextiles and Sustainability
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  • Contents -- 1 Advances in Nanotextile Finishes-An Approach Towards Sustainability -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Treatment of Nanomaterials on Garments for Special Needs -- 2.1 Overview -- 2.2 Related Aspects -- 2.3 Technical Details -- 3 Physical and Mechanical Properties -- 3.1 Air Permeability -- 3.2 Wrinkle Recovery -- 3.3 Water Vapour Permeability (WVP) -- 3.4 Thickness -- 4 Influence of Nanosilver Finish on Mechanical Properties -- 4.1 Breaking Strength -- 4.2 Breaking Elongation -- 4.3 Bending Rigidity -- 5 Micro- and Nanoencapsulation of Denim Fabrics -- 5.1 Overview -- 5.2 Related Aspects -- 5.3 Technical Details -- 6 Determination of Antibacterial Activity of Finished Fabric -- 6.1 Microencapsulation of Herbal Extract -- 6.2 Nanoencapsulation of Herbal Extract -- 6.3 SEM Investigation -- 7 Application of Synthesized Nanochitosan on Cotton -- 7.1 Overview -- 7.2 Related Aspects -- 7.3 Technical Details -- 7.4 Synthesis and Characterization of Nanochitosan -- 7.5 Influence of Nanochitosan Application on Surface Morphology -- 7.6 Influence of Nanochitosan on Fabric Appearance -- 7.7 Influence of Nanochitosan on Tensile Properties -- 7.8 Effect of Nanochitosan on Absorbency -- 7.9 Dyeing Behaviour of Nanochitosan-Treated Cotton Fabric -- 7.10 Influence of Nanochitosan on Crease Recovery -- 7.11 Influence of Nanochitosan on Antibacterial Effect -- 8 Printing of Polyester Fabric with Disperse Dye Nanoparticles -- 8.1 Overview -- 8.2 Related Aspects -- 8.3 Technical Details -- 8.4 Influences of Ultrasonic Irradiation and Particle Size -- 8.5 pH of Printing Paste -- 8.6 Steaming Conditions -- 8.7 Investigations on SEM and TEM -- 9 Application of Nanopolysiloxane on Jute-Blended Fabrics -- 9.1 Overview -- 9.2 Related Aspects -- 9.3 Technical Details -- 9.4 Finish Add-On -- 9.5 Dry Crease Recovery Angle -- 9.6 Bending Length
  • 9.7 Flexural Rigidity -- 9.8 Cost-Effectiveness -- 9.9 SEM Investigation -- 10 Nanometal Oxides in Viscose Fabric Modification -- 10.1 Overview -- 10.2 Related Aspects -- 10.3 Technical Details -- 10.4 FTIR Investigations -- 10.5 Alkali-Combining Capacity of Viscose Fabric -- 10.6 Influence of 3-Bromopropionic Acid Concentration on Nanometal Oxides Uptake by Viscose Fabrics -- 10.7 Antimicrobial Activity of Treated Viscose -- 10.8 Durability of Antimicrobial Activity of Treated Viscose Fabric -- 10.9 TEM Investigation -- 11 Finishes with Stimuli-Responsive Nanohydrogels -- 11.1 Overview -- 11.2 Related Aspects -- 11.3 Technical Details -- 11.4 SEM Characterization -- 11.5 Influence of Nanohydrogel Finishing on Fabric Thickness -- 11.6 Influence of Nanohydrogel Finishing on Fabric CRA -- 11.7 Influence of Nanohydrogel Finishing on Fabric Yellowness Index -- 11.8 Influence of Nanohydrogel Finishing on Fabric WVT -- 11.9 Influence of Nanohydrogel Finishing on Air Permeability of Fabric -- 11.10 Influence of Nanohydrogel Finishing on Fabric Vertical Wicking -- 11.11 Assessment of Washing Fastness of Modified Fabrics -- 12 Conclusion -- References -- 2 Nanochemicals and Effluent Treatment in Textile Industries -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 An Overview of the Textile Industry -- 3 Major Pollutants -- 3.1 Colour/Dyes -- 3.2 Dissolved and Suspended Solids -- 3.3 Toxic Metals -- 3.4 Chlorine -- 3.5 Refractory Materials -- 4 Effluent Standards -- 4.1 Standards for Various Pollutants Present in Textile Effluent in India -- 4.2 Standards for Various Pollutants Present in Textile Effluent in Germany -- 4.3 Standards for Various Pollutants Present in Textile Effluent in the USA -- 5 Conventional Treatment Methods -- 5.1 Physicochemical/Primary Treatment -- 5.1.1 Screening -- 5.1.2 Equalization -- 5.1.3 Floatation
  • 5.1.4 Coagulation, Flocculation and Settling -- 5.2 Biological Treatment -- 5.2.1 Aerobic Biological Treatment -- Activated Sludge Process -- Biofilm -- 5.2.2 Anaerobic Biological Treatment -- 6 Advanced Treatment Methods -- 6.1 Adsorption -- 6.2 Ion Exchange -- 6.3 Membrane Filtration -- 6.3.1 Reverse Osmosis -- 6.3.2 Ultrafiltration -- 6.3.3 Nanofiltration -- 6.4 Ozonation -- 6.5 Evaporation -- 6.5.1 Multiple-Effect Evaporation -- 6.5.2 Mechanical Vapour Compression -- 6.6 Crystallization -- 6.7 Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) -- 7 Application of Nanochemicals for Effluent Treatment -- 7.1 Photocatalysis -- 7.1.1 Removal of Organic Contaminants -- 7.1.2 Removal of Inorganic Contaminants -- 7.1.3 Removal of Heavy Metals -- 7.2 Nanosorbents -- 7.2.1 Carbon Nanosorbents -- 7.2.2 Metal Oxide Nanosorbents -- 7.2.3 Zeolites as Sorbents -- 8 Nanochemicals Used for Textile Wastewater Treatment -- 8.1 Disinfection -- 8.1.1 Silver Nanoparticles -- 8.1.2 TiO2 Nanoparticles -- 8.2 Removal of Heavy Metals Ions -- 8.3 Removal of Organic Contaminants -- 8.3.1 CNTs -- 8.3.2 TiO2 Nanoparticles -- 8.3.3 Zero-Valent Iron -- 8.4 Other Nanomaterials -- 9 Challenges and Limitations of Using Nanochemicals -- 10 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Insights into the Functional Finishing of Textile Materials Using Nanotechnology -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Conventional Methods for Functional Finishing -- 2.1 Synthetic Agents for Functional Modification -- 2.1.1 Quaternary Ammonium Compounds -- 2.1.2 N-Halamines -- 2.1.3 Polybiguanides -- 2.1.4 Triclosan -- 2.1.5 Synthetic Dyes -- 3 Natural Compounds for Functional Finishing -- 3.1 Chitosan -- 3.2 Plant Extracts -- 4 Nanomaterials in Functional Finishing -- 4.1 Overview of Commonly Employed Nanoparticles in Functional Finishing -- 4.1.1 Metal Oxides and Composites -- 5 Applications -- 5.1 Antibacterial Textiles
  • 5.2 UV Protection Clothing -- 5.3 Self-cleaning Textiles -- 5.4 Flame-Retardant Textiles -- 6 Current Challenges and Perspectives -- 7 Conclusion -- References
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