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Request PDF ChemInform Abstract Biomacromolecules as Novel Green Flame Retardant Systems for Textiles An Overview The field of flame retardancy of polymeric materials (i.eplastics, foams

AbstractThis chapter reviews the recent advances achieved by using selected biomacromolecules (like proteins and nucleic acids) as novel green flame retardants suitable for cotton, polyester and their blends.

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Biomacromolecules as novel green flame retardant systems for textiles an overviewGiulio Malucelli a, Francesca Bosco b, Jenny Alongi a, Federico Carosio a, Alessandro Di Blasio a, Chiara Mollea b, Fabio Cuttica a and Annalisa Casale ab a Politecnico di Torino, Deptof Applied Science and Technology, Viale TMichel , Alessandria, Italy.

Biomacromolecules as novel green flame retardant systems for textiles an overview Giulio Malucelli , a Francesca Bosco , b Jenny Alongi , a Federico Carosio , a Alessandro Di Blasio , a Chiara Mollea , b Fabio Cuttica a and Annalisa Casale ab

This chapter reviews the recent advances achieved by using selected biomacromolecules (like proteins and nucleic acids) as novel green flame retardants suitable for cotton, polyester and their blends.

The field of flame retardancy for polymeric materials (i.eplastics, foams and in particular textiles) is currently facing several changes and challenges because some of the current halogenated or phosphorus based flame retardants (FRs) have proven to be persistent, bioaccumulative, carcinogenic and or toxic for animals and humansThus, the search for highly efficient green flame retardant

Biomacromolecules as novel green flame retardant systems for textiles an overviewRSC Adv , , DOI CRAA.

Meanwhile, biomacromolecules as novel green flame retardants are also designed and used to improve cotton flame retardancySpecifically, cotton fabric coated with DNA exhibits excellent flame retardancy because of its improved charring ability.