Novel Approach of Added-Value Zinc Oxide Powders for Polymeric Fibrous Matrices with Engineered Architectures for High Performance Textiles

Narcisa Vrinceanu (Editor)
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Romania

Paraschiva Postolache, PhD (Editor)
“Grigore T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Iasi, Romania

Series: Materials and Manufacturing Technology
BISAC: TEC021000

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The aim of this monography is to summarize the fundamentals and technical approaches in the processing and behavior of nanostructured materials in the textile industry, to provide a comprehensive assessment of exciting opportunities for diversification in the textile industry, upgrading the existing functions and performance of textile materials, developing smart and intelligent textiles with unprecedented functions.

This book mainly focuses on zinc oxide architectures with regard to their syntheses, characteristics and responses to environmental factors (UV radiation, water and water vapors, and heat, under controlled laboratory conditions). Several new concepts and models are introduced by synthesizing ZnO nano and bulk (micron) powders using simple and facile methods. Two new ZnO nanostructures are discovered and analysed. In addition, the monography was oriented in achieving a textile nanocomposite with a surface architecture allowing blocking/fixing/adhesion of different guest compounds, resulting in different properties like: water repellence/washing resistance, antimicrobial activity, photoprotection, etc.)
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Introduction

Chapter I
Experimental Procedures
(Narcisa Vrinceanu, Dãnuț Dumitru Dumitrașcu, Eveline Popovici, Mirela Petruta Suchea, Gianina Broasca, Nicoleta Dumitrascu, Gabriela Borcia, Claudia Mihaela Hristodor, Diana Ecaterina Tanasa, Alexandra Nistor (Bãrgan), Diana Coman, Mihai Ciocoiu, Daniela Farima and Cristina Rimbu, “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, Romania, “Al.I.Cuza”University of Iasi, Romania, and others)

Chapter II
Results and Discussion – Analyses and Discoveries
(Narcisa Vrinceanu, Valentin Petrescu, Toderița Nemeș, Eveline Popovici, Mirela Petruta Suchea, Gianina Broasca, Nicoleta Dumitrascu, Gabriela Borcia, Claudia Mihaela Hristodor, Diana Ecaterina Tanasa, Alexandra Nistor, Diana Coman, Mihai Ciocoiu, Daniela Farima, Cristina Rimbu, “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, Romania, “Al.I.Cuza”University of Iasi, Romania, and others)

Chapter III
Conclusion
(Narcisa Vrinceanu, “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, Romania)

Chapter IV
Scientific, Professional, and Academic Future Development- Plans
(Narcisa Vrinceanu, Alina Gligor, “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, Romania, and others)

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