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Chitosan-based flame retardant coatings for polyamide 66 textiles: One-pot deposition versus layer-by-layer assembly.

著者 Kundu CK , Wang X , Song L , Hu Y
Int J Biol Macromol.2019 Dec 03 ; ():.
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Chitosan (CS) and phosphorylated chitosan (PCS) were deposited onto the polyamide 66 (PA66) fabric surfaces along with poly-acrylate sodium (PAS) via 'one pot' and layer by layer (LbL) assembly methods in preparing flame retardant coatings. Subsequently, to stabilize the deposited coatings, some of the fabric samples were treated under the UV-irradiation and additionally, a thermal treatment was also carried out for the remaining fabric samples. The LbL assembled fabrics showed a better homogeneity in the coating structure over the one pot deposited fabrics as appeared in scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Nonetheless, the LbL treated fabric sample (i.e., PA66-10BL-UV) with a higher weight gain% exhibited a greater improvement in limiting oxygen index (LOI) (i.e., 23%), and a reduced peak heat release rate (pHRR) (i.e., 25%). Yet more, only the LbL assembled and thermally cross-linked fabric sample could able to retain the flame retardant behavior in the vertical burning test even after 5 washing cycles.
PMID: 31809778 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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