Year 2015, Volume 27, Issue 0, Pages 40 - 44 2015-07-09

Investigation of The Dyeability Behavior of Banana Fibers With Natural Dye Extract Obtained From Turmeric Plants

Seyda CANPOLAT [1] , Nigar MERDAN [2] , Habip DAYIOĞLU [3] , Dilara KOÇAK [4]

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In this study, the fibers produced from the banana plants provided from Antalya region were treated with a variety of mordants, and then the fibers were dyed with the natural dye extracted from turmeric plant (Curcuma longa) via ultrasonic and conventional method. Finally, the dye uptake and fastness properties of samples were investigated. The recent studies have demonstrated that the synthetic dyes can be non-biodegradable, allergenic, cytotoxic and partially carcinogenic. Recently demand for eco-friendly, non-carcinogenic and non-toxic products have been gradually increased. Compared to the synthetic dyes, the natural dyes are advantageous in the way of been biodegradable and non-toxic and not causing health problems, produced under temperate conditions. These properties of natural dyes lately result in increasing their usage. Today utilization of many plant extracts as natural dyes has been investigated such as turmeric plant. 

Banana Fibers; Natural Dyes; Dye Uptakes; Fastness Properties; Ultrasonic Method; Conventional Method.
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Primary Language EN
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Author: Seyda CANPOLAT

Author: Nigar MERDAN

Author: Habip DAYIOĞLU

Author: Dilara KOÇAK

Dates

Publication Date: July 9, 2015

Bibtex @ { marufbd187520, journal = {Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi}, issn = {}, eissn = {2146-5150}, address = {Marmara University}, year = {2015}, volume = {27}, pages = {40 - 44}, doi = {10.7240/mufbed.83023}, title = {Investigation of The Dyeability Behavior of Banana Fibers With Natural Dye Extract Obtained From Turmeric Plants}, key = {cite}, author = {CANPOLAT, Seyda and MERDAN, Nigar and DAYIOĞLU, Habip and KOÇAK, Dilara} }
APA CANPOLAT, S , MERDAN, N , DAYIOĞLU, H , KOÇAK, D . (2015). Investigation of The Dyeability Behavior of Banana Fibers With Natural Dye Extract Obtained From Turmeric Plants. Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi, 27 (0), 40-44. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/marufbd/issue/17889/187520
MLA CANPOLAT, S , MERDAN, N , DAYIOĞLU, H , KOÇAK, D . "Investigation of The Dyeability Behavior of Banana Fibers With Natural Dye Extract Obtained From Turmeric Plants". Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi 27 (2015): 40-44 <http://dergipark.org.tr/marufbd/issue/17889/187520>
Chicago CANPOLAT, S , MERDAN, N , DAYIOĞLU, H , KOÇAK, D . "Investigation of The Dyeability Behavior of Banana Fibers With Natural Dye Extract Obtained From Turmeric Plants". Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi 27 (2015): 40-44
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ISNAD CANPOLAT, Seyda , MERDAN, Nigar , DAYIOĞLU, Habip , KOÇAK, Dilara . "Investigation of The Dyeability Behavior of Banana Fibers With Natural Dye Extract Obtained From Turmeric Plants". Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi 27 / 0 (July 2015): 40-44.
AMA CANPOLAT S , MERDAN N , DAYIOĞLU H , KOÇAK D . Investigation of The Dyeability Behavior of Banana Fibers With Natural Dye Extract Obtained From Turmeric Plants. MAJPAS. 2015; 27(0): 40-44.
Vancouver CANPOLAT S , MERDAN N , DAYIOĞLU H , KOÇAK D . Investigation of The Dyeability Behavior of Banana Fibers With Natural Dye Extract Obtained From Turmeric Plants. Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi. 2015; 27(0): 44-40.