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Title: Composite fibers of polypeptide and chemical fibers and preparation method of composite fibers
Other Titles: 多肽与化学纤维复合纤维及其制备方法
Authors: Li, Y 
Li, JS 
Hu, JY 
Han, YX 
Li, Z 
Issue Date: 9-Dec-2015
Publisher: 中华人民共和国国家知识产权局
Source: 中国专利 ZL 201210278861.7 How to cite?
Abstract: The invention relates to composite fibers of polypeptide and chemical fibers and a preparation method of the composite fibers. The preparation method comprises the steps of extracting polypeptide from a natural protein raw material or synthesizing polypeptide artificially; uniformly mixing dry polypeptide powder or particles with chemical fiber spinning raw material powder or particles with melt spinnability; performing melt blending to prepare a composite of polypeptide and the chemical fiber spinning raw material; preparing the composite fibers of polypeptide and chemical fibers through a melt spinning process. The invention also provides the composite fibers of polypeptide and the chemical fibers, wherein the weight percentage of the polypeptide is 0.01-50%. The composite fibers disclosed by the invention are suitable for a variety of polypeptides and are low in raw material price; during melt blending spinning, other additives or solvents are not required to be added, so that the environmental pollution is small; the preparation method is simple in process, and the production cost is low; an environment-friendly composite and fibers containing natural pigments can be produced; by selecting different polypeptides and chemical fiber raw materials, a wide variety of composites, staple fibers and filaments can be produced.
Rights: 专利权人: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
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