Papers by Author: Jian Fei Zhang

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Authors: Wei Ling Zhang, Jian Fei Zhang, Zheng Li, Ji Xian Gong, Hui Ping Yang, Ke Ke Shang
Abstract: Biomodification of polyester film is a new field which can improve the surface property of material whithout environmental pollution and high energy consumption. Bacillus B-F which was isolated from waste water could biodegrade terephthalic acid. It was fermented and the broth was concentrated and used for surface process of polyester film. The modification lasted for 20 days. The surface property of the original and modified polyester film were tested. Contact angle examination showed that the hydrophilicity and surface free energy of the film was increased; XPS tests revealed the content of oxygen increased; FTIR showed that a small quantity of phenolic hydroxyl group appeared on the surface of the film; an oxygenase catalysed action might react at the surface of the film according to the degradation pathway of the simulacrum terephthalic acid.
Authors: Jia Chuan Hua, Zheng Li, Wen Xia, Ji Xian Gong, Jian Fei Zhang, Chang Sheng Qiao
Abstract: The work is aimed to investigate the suitability of poly (γ-glutamic acid) (γ-PGA) for the hydrophilic finishing of polyester fiber. γ-PGA hydrogel was successfully synthesized by a simple mixture process in the aqueous solution. A novel hydrophilic finishing agent was prepared by γ-PGA hydrogel. The rheology behavior study indicated that γ-PGA solution and hydrophilic finishing agent performed pseudoplastic fluid and approximately Newtonian behavior, respectively. The particle diameter determined that particles in hydrophilic finishing agent reached micro-nanograde. Furthermore, polyester fiber was treated with γ-PGA solution and hydrophilic finishing agent. Moisture regain was evaluated as a key performance, results shown the hydrophilicity of polyester fiber was greatly enhanced by γ-PGA finishing.
Authors: Song Kun Yao, Qiu Jin Li, Wei Zhang, Ji Xian Gong, Jian Fei Zhang
Abstract: A beads based on cellulose and the room temperature ionic liquid 1-butyl-3-methyl imidazolium chloride ([Bmim]Cl) was prepared. Regenerated cellulose beads were modified with silane, and characterized by scanning electron microscopy. Papain was immobilized on the beads used two different methods including glutaraldehyde and covalent cross-linking method. The immobilized enzyme activity of bead was determinated by BAEE (N-benzoyl- DL-arginine ethyl ester hydrochloride) determination. According to the enzyme activity and immobilization rate compared with covalent cross-linking method, glutaraldehyde cross-linking method is more suitable for amino-modified.
Authors: Jian Jun Yan, Zheng Li, Jian Fei Zhang, Chang Sheng Qiao
Abstract: In the paper, preparation and properties of pullulan composite films were studied. Several kinds of materials (glass, iron, steel, propene polymer and polyvinyl chloride plates) were chosen for preparing films. The results showed that the steel plate was the most suitable material for preparing film. The tensile strength of pullulan film was significantly reduced when the drying temperature was higher than 50°C. The time of dissolution observably decreased, whereas water vapor permeability increased with increasing drying temperature. Pullulan film has higher tensile strength, better water barrier properties, shorter solubilization time and lower elongation at break than those of hydroxypropylmethylcellulose film, respectively. The composite film (Pullulan and hydroxypropylmethylcellulose) with weight ratio (1/2) has higher tensile strength, better water barrier properties, longer solubilization time than those of other ratios. Difference properties of films could be obtained in different weight ratio (Pullulan and hydroxypropylmethylcellulose).
Authors: Yu Bo Zhang, Zheng Li, Jian Fei Zhang, Chang Sheng Qiao
Abstract: In this paper, a novel low molecular weight poly (γ-glutamic acid) hydrogels were prepared by chemical method, and their preparation conditions such as poly (γ-glutamic acid) and crosslinker concentration, pH and temperature were studied. When poly (γ-glutamic acid) solution was 18%, pH 4.0, poly (γ-glutamic acid) was crosslinked to yield high water hydrogel with specific water content of 1328 times their dry volume depending on the preparation conditions.
Authors: Ke Li, Jian Fei Zhang, Qiu Jin Li
Abstract: Foam dyeing and finishing is a novel approach for textile processing, which can save energy and reduce the quantity of waster water. Frother plays an important role in foam dyeing and finishing systems. In this paper, the foaming properties of SDS were investigated for the purpose of application of foaming systems in fabric dyeing and finishing. The influence of SDS on foam properties was studied by measuring foamability, foam stability, equilibrium and dynamic surface tension, surface viscosity bubble size and bubble uniformity. At the same time, the relationship between foam apparent performance and microcosmic mechanism was also analyzed. The research will benefits the future study on the application of foam technique to the field of textile.
Authors: Li Li Feng, Jian Fei Zhang, Hui Luo, Zheng Li, Hong Jie Zhang
Abstract: The paper concentrated on the optimization of the recombinant strain BL21 (DE3)-PE7-Nit. The component of culture medium and the culture conditions were optimized. The optimized medium was: yeast extract 10 g/l, L-glutamate sodium 8 g/l, MgSO4.7H2O 0.7 g/l, Isopropyl-β-D-thiogalactopyranoside 0.3 mmol/L, potassium hydrogen phosphate 0.5 g / L, phosphate Potassium 0.5 g / L and the culture condition was: initial pH 7.0, inoculum 2%. The result showed that the activity of nitrilase prepared with these conditions increased by 130.37 % through optimization.
Authors: Li Li Feng, Jian Fei Zhang, Hui Luo, Zheng Li
Abstract: The surface of polyacrylonitrile fibers and membrane were modified by nitrilase from Escherichia coli BL21 (DE3)/pET-Nit. Escherichia coli BL21(DE3)/pET-Nit was able to convert nitrile groups on PAN fibers and membrane to corresponding carboxylic acid as indicated by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). An increase of O/C atomic ratio on the fiber and membrane surface showed an increase in hydrophilicity and fabric-dyeing efficiency. Strength of treated fiber decreased by only 1.17%, because only surfacial nitrile groups of acrylic fibers were hydrolyzed by E.coli BL21(DE3)/pET-Nit.
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