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  • Application of Aloe vera microcapsules in cotton nonwovens to obtain biofunctional textile 

    Fielder, Juliana Oliveira; García Carmona, Óscar; García Carmona, Carlos; Lis Arias, Manuel José; Souza Plath, Andre Mathias; Samulewski, Rafael Block; Maesta Bezerra, Fabricio (2019-06-01)
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    The microencapsulation of essential oils and its application in textile articles allows the aggregation ofdifferent functionalities to the substrates, imparting them antimicrobial properties, cosmetic effects, UVprotection, ...
  • Assessment of the delivery of citronella oil from microcapsules supported on wool fabrics 

    Maesta Bezerra, Fabricio; Lis Arias, Manuel José; García Carmona, Óscar; García Carmona, Carlos; Murilo Pereira, Moisés; Zanin, Gisella Maria; Faria Moraes, Flávio (2018-11-14)
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    Essential oils are complex, volatile liquid mixtures that can be extracted from various parts of plants. Their main characteristics are strong fragrance and biological properties. Studying the characteristics of oils along ...
  • Biofunctional wool using ß-cyclodextrins as vehiculizer of citronella oil 

    Bezerra, Fabricio Maesta; García Carmona, Óscar; García Carmona, Carlos; Souza Plath, Andre Mathias; Lis Arias, Manuel José (2018-11-29)
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    The use of biopolymers such as cyclodextrin in textiles for the development of biofunctional fabrics is an alternative for the development of eco-friendly textiles. Cyclodextrins can create covalent interactions with the ...
  • Controlled release of microencapsulated citronella essential oil on cotton and polyester matrices 

    Maestá Bezerra, Fabricio; García Carmona, Óscar; García Carmona, Carlos; Lis Arias, Manuel José; Faria de Moraes, Flávio (2016-04)
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    Open Access
    Microencapsulated finishes are an important element in the development of new textiles. In this context, a large area to be explored is microencapsulation of essential oils in textiles. This technique offers the possibility ...
  • Desarrollo de microcápsulas rígidas de fragancia y de técnicas que permitan la cuantificación de la eficiencia de encapsulación 

    García Carmona, Carlos (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2019-07-12)
    Doctoral thesis
    Open Access
    From a long time, finishes have been developed with fragances; despite this fact, whatever the technology used to obtain the fragrance formulation, the final effect on the odor is very low. The smell usually disappears ...
  • Inclusion complexes of citronella oil with ß-Cyclodextrin for controlled release in biofunctional textiles 

    Lis Arias, Manuel José; García Carmona, Óscar; García Carmona, Carlos; Bezerra, Fabricio Maesta (MDPI AG, 2018-11-29)
    Article
    Open Access
    Biofunctional textiles with integrated drug-delivery systems can help in the fight against vector-borne diseases. The use of repellent agents derived from plants and oils is an alternative to DEET (N,N-diethyl-m-methylbenzamide), ...
  • Microencapsulation of C.I. reactive orange 122 via solvent evaporation 

    Dutra, Fabio; Lis Arias, Manuel José; García Carmona, Óscar; García Carmona, Carlos; Souza Plath, Andre Mathias; Pereira Scachetti, Fabio Alexandre; Maesta Bezerra, Fabricio (2019)
    Conference report
    Open Access
    Microencapsulations protects the dye molecule from secondary reactions and release until contact with the fiber, triggered by stimuli. The procedure was performed using poly(lactic-acid-co-glycolic-acid), PLGA, and polyvinyl ...
  • Microencapsulation Yield Assessment Using TGA 

    García Carmona, Carlos; Lis Arias, Manuel José; García Carmona, Óscar; Maesta Bezerra, Fabricio; Pallares, Marc; De la Cruz, Noelia (2019-01-30)
    Article
    Open Access
    In this study, microcapsules containing different contents of different kinds of fragrances and with a regular spherical shape, 2,0–8,0 µm diameter, were synthesized in various core:shell ratios. Mint and cuir fragrances ...
  • Vehiculation of active principles as a way to create smart and biofunctional textiles 

    Lis Arias, Manuel José; Coderch, Luisa; Marti, Meritxell; Alonso, Cristina; García Carmona, Óscar; García Carmona, Carlos; Maesta Bezerra, Fabricio (MDPI AG, 2018-11-01)
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    Open Access
    In some specific fields of application (e.g., cosmetics, pharmacy), textile substrates need to incorporate sensible molecules (active principles) that can be affected if they are sprayed freely on the surface of fabrics. ...