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JCR. 2020; 7(15): 4085-4097


A study of employing copper hydroxide to obtain tissue fibers from corn plant

Haneen Imad Saeed Prof. Bushra Fadhil Salih.

Abstract
The present study aimed at obtaining tissue fibers from yellow corn seeds, by boiling (6 g) of yellow corn seed
powder with a solution of sodium hydroxide diluted at a concentration of 4% for three days, Then it was washed
with sodium hypochlorite and chlorine, spread in light strips and soaked again with 20% sodium hydroxide solution
for two hours, I filtered with cotton wool to obtain a cohesive paste that was cut, chopped and left for two days at
room temperature, After that, the crisp dough was taken and copper hydroxide was added to it and left for fourteen
days.
An acid bath was prepared consisting of dilute sulfuric acid with sodium sulfate and zinc sulfate in addition to
distilled water, The prepared material was injected by syringe and the results were to obtain long, bright fibers with
a very soft texture with high elasticity, but lacking strength.

Key words: textile fiber, corn, copper hydroxide.



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