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01-08-2010 | Issue 4/2010

Cellulose 4/2010

Bleaching cellulosic fibers via pre-sorption of N-[4-(triethylammoniomethyl)-benzoyl]-butyrolactam chloride

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Cellulose > Issue 4/2010
Authors:
Changhai Xu, David Hinks, Renzo Shamey

Abstract

The sorption of a novel cationic bleach activator, N-[4-(Triethylammoniomethyl)benzoyl]-butyrolactam Chloride (TBBC), was measured on regenerated bamboo fiber. At 25 °C near neutral pH, the sorption rate of TBBC onto the fiber was initially rapid and equilibrium was reached within 20 min. Adsorption equilibria experiments followed a Freundlich isotherm. At the sorption equilibrium, bleaching was initiated by addition of sodium perborate to liberate hydrogen peroxide, which reacted with TBBC to generate a peracid that is a more kinetically active oxidant than peroxide. A sorption–activation model was developed that supports the enhanced bleaching of cellulosic fibers using cationic bleach activators under neutral to alkaline conditions.

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