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Study of lawsone and its modified disperse dyes derived by triple cascade reaction: dyeing performance on nylon and polyester fabrics

Nilam C. Patel (Laboratory of Bio-Organic Chemistry, Tarsadia Institute of Chemical Science, UkaTarsadia University, Bardoli, India)
Dipen H. Desai (Laboratory of Bio-Organic Chemistry, Tarsadia Institute of Chemical Science, UkaTarsadia University, Bardoli, India)
Paresh N. Patel (Laboratory of Bio-Organic Chemistry, Tarsadia Institute of Chemical Science, UkaTarsadia University, Bardoli, India)

Research Journal of Textile and Apparel

ISSN: 1560-6074

Article publication date: 3 January 2023

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Abstract

Purpose

This paper aims to develop a novel protocol for the synthesis of disperse dyes derived by a triple cascade reaction with lawsone in presence of Zn acetate as a catalyst. The developed novel scaffolds have efficient dyeing properties on nylon and polyester fibers.

Design/methodology/approach

This report demonstrates an effectual triple cascade protocol for the synthesis of novel disperse dyes derived from various polynuclear carbaldehyde, urea and lawsone. The Zn acetate was found to be an effective catalyst for this reaction. Their dyeing performance has been studied on nylon and polyester fabrics. The wash fastness, sublimation fastness, color assessment, determination of percentage exhaustion and fixation properties were applied to both the dyed fabrics.

Findings

The obtained results indicate that the Zn acetate is an efficient catalyst for the developed triple cascade protocol. The prepared novel disperse dye greatly impacted their dyeing properties on nylon and polyester fibers. They have shown brilliant shades, higher affinity, adsorption capacity, superior tinctorial strength than the lawsone. The percentage exhaustion value, fixation value, color strength (K/s) value, washing and sublimation fastness properties have been found very well in all dyed nylon samples compared to polyester samples. These results discloses that these disperses dyes are very useful to the growing importance of nylon and polyester fibers.

Research limitations/implications

The present protocol synthesizes the racemic mixture of the prepared molecules.

Practical implications

Developed protocol can be used for various other triple cascade processes. Also these molecules can be used for dyeing of other fabrics.

Social implications

With the help of commercialization of prepared molecules, it may provide the better alternative of the current disperse dyes. This may affect the various segments of society.

Originality/value

This report represents a novel protocol for the synthesis of modified novel disperse dyes with an efficient dyeing properties on nylon and polyester fibers.

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Acknowledgements

The authors are thankful to IIT Gandhinagar for all the spectral characterization. The authors acknowledge the help and support from Mr Arindam Chakraborty (General Manager-TS) and Mr Kaushik Bhatia (Manager) from Atul Limited.

Funding: This work was financially supported by the GSBTM, Government of Gujarat (Project No. GSBTM/JDR/D/608/2020/445).

Disclosure statement: No potential conflict of interest was reported by the authors.

Citation

Patel, N.C., Desai, D.H. and Patel, P.N. (2023), "Study of lawsone and its modified disperse dyes derived by triple cascade reaction: dyeing performance on nylon and polyester fabrics", Research Journal of Textile and Apparel, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/RJTA-08-2022-0093

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Emerald Publishing Limited

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