Yıl 2019, Cilt , Sayı 22, Sayfalar 41 - 58 2019-07-22

Doğal boya uygulamalarının değişen yüzü ve yenilikçi yaklaşımlar

Özlenen Erdem İşmal [1]


Günümüzde doğal boya uygulamaları bilimsel ve teknolojik gelişmeler ile kimya, fizik, biyoloji, biyoteknoloji, elektrik-elektronik gibi farklı bilim dalları arasındaki disiplinlerarası çalışmaların bir sonucu olarak, bilinen geleneksel uygulamaların çok ötesine geçmiştir. Bu çalışmada, doğal boya uygulamalarına ilişkin bazı görüş ve öneriler sunulmuş, gıda, içecek, tarımsal ve endüstriyel atıkların/yan ürünlerin doğal boyamada kullanımı, biyomordanlar, tekstillere çok işlevli bitim işlemi etkileri kazandırılması (antibakteriyel, UV koruyucu, haşere kovucu, koku giderici) ve ekolojik modern yöntemlerin (plazma, enzim, ozon, kitosan, ultrason, mikrodalga, UV, gama ışınları vd.) uygulanması konularındaki bazı güncel gelişmeler ele alınmıştır. 

Doğal boya, atık/yan ürün, mordan/biyomordan, işlevsel (fonksiyonel) tekstiller, plazma, mikrodalga, enzim
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Yazar: Özlenen Erdem İşmal (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: DOKUZ EYLÜL ÜNİVERSİTESİ, GÜZEL SANATLAR FAKÜLTESİ
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APA Erdem İşmal, Ö . (2019). Doğal boya uygulamalarının değişen yüzü ve yenilikçi yaklaşımlar. Yedi , (22) , 41-58 . DOI: 10.17484/yedi.547726
MLA Erdem İşmal, Ö . "Doğal boya uygulamalarının değişen yüzü ve yenilikçi yaklaşımlar". Yedi (2019 ): 41-58 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/yedi/issue/46713/547726>
Chicago Erdem İşmal, Ö . "Doğal boya uygulamalarının değişen yüzü ve yenilikçi yaklaşımlar". Yedi (2019 ): 41-58
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ISNAD Erdem İşmal, Özlenen . "Doğal boya uygulamalarının değişen yüzü ve yenilikçi yaklaşımlar". Yedi / 22 (Temmuz 2019): 41-58 . https://doi.org/10.17484/yedi.547726
AMA Erdem İşmal Ö . Doğal boya uygulamalarının değişen yüzü ve yenilikçi yaklaşımlar. Yedi. 2019; (22): 41-58.
Vancouver Erdem İşmal Ö . Doğal boya uygulamalarının değişen yüzü ve yenilikçi yaklaşımlar. Yedi. 2019; (22): 58-41.