Vol.4, No.1, 2016, pp.9-17, doi:10.7569/JRM.2015.634122
Preparation of β-Cyclodextrin/Latex Dispersion for Coating of Cellulose Fabric
  • Monique de Alvarenga Pinto Cotrim1*, Jessyca Aparecida Paes Dutra2, Suzana Gonçalves Carvalho2, Janaina Cecília Oliveira Villanova2, Eliane Ayres1
Minas Gerais State University - UEMG, Department of Materials, Technologies and Processes, School of Design, Avenida Antônio Carlos, 7545 - CEP: 31.270-010 - São Luiz - Belo Horizonte, MG - Brazil.
Federal University of Espírito Santo - UFES, Department of Pharmacy and Nutrition, Campus Alegre, Avenida Alto Universitário - sem número, CEP: 29.500-000, Guararema, Alegre, ES, Brazil.
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In recent years there has been an increasing demand for the application of natural products to address problems in the environment. The use of products derived from renewable resources can provide a sustainable strategy to replace totally or partially synthetic products. Cymbopogon, commonly known as lemongrass, is a tropical grass cultivated mostly for its essential oil, which has demonstrated several bioactivities, including antibacterial and antifungal properties. In the present work the formation of inclusion complex between β-cyclodextrin (β-CD) and lemongrass essential oil (LGEO) as well as its fi xation onto cotton fabric were investigated. Inclusion complex was prepared through solution method followed by freeze-drying. The starting materials and inclusion complex were characterized by FTIR, TG/DTG and SEM. The cotton fabric incorporated with inclusion complex was investigated by FTIR and XRD. The results suggested the success of complexation in the molar ratio of 0.015:0.018 mol/L (LGEO:β-CD) and the viability of fi xing the inclusion complex leading to a potential functional textile.
β-cyclodextrin, lemongrass, inclusion complex, functional textile
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De, M., Aparecida, J., Carvalho, S. G., Cecília, J., Ayres, E. (2016). Preparation of β-Cyclodextrin/Latex Dispersion for Coating of Cellulose Fabric. Journal of Renewable Materials, 4(1), 9–17.
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