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Turkish Journal of Chemistry

DOI

10.3906/kim-2105-44

Abstract

The aim of our work is to study the dyeing properties of extracts from natural sources such as Papaver rhoeas by modifying the conditions of the dyeing process, choosing other substrates that could be pretreated by innovative and environmentally friendly processes. The results obtained show a fairly high fixation of the extracts on the natural and artificial fibers. The use of mordants allowed the dye to be better fixed on the dyed fibers and to give several shades to the fabric. The rate of essential oil contained in Papaver rhoeas was considered important by the Clevenger process. Screening of extractive revealed the presence of polyphenols, saponins, sterols, alkaloids and flavonoids. In this study, the extractive from Papaver rhoeas was investigated as textile dyestuff.

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