2023, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part A
The effect of different structural compositions to improve the functional properties of fabrics producing eye pads by using zinc oxide nanoparticles
Author(s): Ajel Hassen, Rashed S Haalan and Ahmed Waleed
Nanotechnology is one of the modern technologies and has many applications that include the manufacture of particles or particles in the nanoscale. The word nano has emerged from the Greek word Nano, meaning dwarf, and nanoparticles are defined as single particles whose dimensions do not exceed 100 nanometers. There are many possibilities for applications Nanotechnology in the field of cotton and other textile industries, and the current research aims to improve the functional performance of cotton fabrics producing eye bandages that require attention to catch up with progress in the field of nanotechnology, As well as designing medical textiles and raising the efficiency of performance until it reaches the quality stage that achieves high competition.
Cotton fibers are characterized by natural properties due to their resistance to bacterial activity, but they are affected by contamination with microorganisms. Therefore, researchers in this field must come up with satisfactory solutions to address this problem, by conducting extensive research using various types of nano-oxides within this field. The best example is nano-zinc oxide in concentrations different.
In this research, 100% cotton fabric was used, and it was treated with nanometric zinc oxide with different concentrations, which will be mentioned later in the practical part. The research aims to study the effect of the chemical treatment used on the resistance of cotton fabrics to bacteria and fungi, as well as the mechanical properties (cutting strength and elongation) of the treated bandage.
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Ajel Hassen, Rashed S Haalan, Ahmed Waleed. The effect of different structural compositions to improve the functional properties of fabrics producing eye pads by using zinc oxide nanoparticles. J Res Chem 2023;4(2):22-29. DOI: 10.22271/reschem.2023.v4.i2a.90