Hi, I am J. Jeyakodi Moses, My LiveDNA is 91.3379
Dr. J. Jeyakodi Moses
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Applied Chemistry from PSG College of Technology, India
Institute: PSG College of Technology, India
Area of Interest: Physical Science Engineering
  •   Applied Chemistry
  •   Textile Sciences
  •   Natural Fibers
  •   Textile Engineering
URL: http://livedna.org/91.3379
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2005. Luxury fibers. Indian Text. Rev., 31: 27-37.
2:   Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2006. Study of the characteristics of angora rabbit hair in comparison with medium and fine wool fibers. Nat. J. Technol., 2: 50-62.
3:   Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2009. An overview on application of cyclodextrins in textile product enhancement. J. Text. Assoc., 70: 9-18.
4:   Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2009. Study of antimicrobial activity of aloevera, chitosan, and curcumin on cotton, wool, and rabbit hair. Fibers Polym., 10: 161-166.
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5:   Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2011. Study on improvement in handle properties of wool/cotton union fabric by enzyme treatment and subsequent polysiloxane-based combination finishing. Asian J. Textile, 1: 1-13.
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6:   Ammayappan, L., J.J. Moses and K. Pitchai, 2009. Processing and performance properties of union fabric produced from Angora rabbit hair: Viscose rayon blend yarn. Asian Dyers, 6: 55-59.
7:   Ammayappan, L., J.J. Moses and V. Shunmugam, 2006. An overview on production of nonwoven fabric from woolen materials. Inst. Eng. Text. Eng., 87: 9-14.
8:   Ammayappan, L., J.J. Moses, K.A. Senthil and J.K.C. Lam, 2011. Effect of alkaline and neutral protease enzyme pretreatment followed by finishing treatments on performance properties of wool/cotton union fabric: A comparative study. J. Nat. Fibers, 8: 272-288.
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9:   Fabric, J. and J. Moses, 2000. A study of weight loss and shrinkage on jute/cotton (Juco). Indian Textile J., 110: 34-36.
10:   Jeyakodi, J.M. and Natarajan 1998. Jute blended fabrics and their furnishing techniques. Proceedings of the Seminar on Value added Jute Diversified Products, December 8,1998, Karnataka, Dharwad. -.
11:   Jeyakodi, J.M., 2001. A study of jute fibers treated at ambient conditions. AATCC Rev., 1: 34-37.
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12:   Jeyakodi, J.M., 2004. Suitability of jute fibres and indian wool fibres in product diversification. Proceedings of the International Seminar at KCT, July 7, 2004, Coimbatore. -.
13:   Jeyakodi, M., 2005. Colouration of polyester using turmeric to impart desired character of garments. J. Text. Ind. Trade, 43: 57-62.
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14:   Jeyakodi, M.J. and G. Nadarajan 1996. Ultrasonic energy in dyeing of cotton. Indian Text. J., 107: 58-60.
15:   Jeyakodi, M.J. and K. Murugajothi, 2008. A study on the characteristic improvement of property of terminalia chebula (myrobalan) on cotton fabric. Orient. J. Chem., 24: 903-910.
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16:   Jeyakodi, M.J. and L. Ammayappan 2007. Functional finishes for woollen textiles. India Text. J., 118: 25-32.
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17:   Jeyakodi, M.J. and P. Santhi 2008. A study of vat dyeing on cotton fabric assisted by zinc as reducing agent. Orient. J. Chem., 24: 213-222.
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18:   Jeyakodi, M.J. and P. Santhi 2008. The study on the reduction process of vat dye on cotton fabric using ferrous sulphate and its effect on effluent load. Curr. World Environ., 3: 239-244.
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19:   Jeyakodi, M.J. and R. Nirmala 2000. Effect of thermal properties on textile fabrics suitable for winter season. Man-made Text. India., 46: 31-34.
20:   Jeyakodi, M.J. and R. Nirmala 2003. Application of grape skin powder extract on protein textile fabrics. Man-made Text. India, 46: 295-300.
21:   Jeyakodi, M.J., 1997. Degumming and reactive dyeing of mulberry silk yarn in ultrasonic energy. Indian Text. J., 107: 26-28.
22:   Jeyakodi, M.J., 1999. Deguming of indian mulbery silk yarn using tannic acid. Text. J., 109: 60-65.
23:   Jeyakodi, M.J., 2003. A novel in-situ finishing treatment on cotton fabric. Text. Ind. Trade J., 41: 89-98.
24:   Jeyakodi, M.J., 2004. Behaviour of wool fibres towards different chemical treatments. Man-made Text. India, 47: 107-111.
25:   Kulkarni, V.G. and J.J. Moses, 1993. Cold peroxide bleaching of cotton textiles- Part II. Asian Text. J., 31: 29-34.
26:   Kulkarni, V.G. and J.J. Moses, 1993. Cold peroxide bleaching of cotton textiles-Part I. Text. Ind. Trade J., 31: 17-20.
27:   Kulkarni, V.G. and J.J. Moses, 1993. Cold peroxide bleaching of cotton textiles. Asian Text. J., 1: 49-52.
28:   Kulkarni, V.G. and J.J. Moses, 1995. Studies on Indian wools-Part IV: Physico-chemical characteristics. Asian Text. J., 4: 68-71.
29:   Kulkarni, V.G. and J.J. Moses, 1997. Studies on Indian wools-Part VI: Isolation and dyeing of morphological components and high-sulphur, low-sulphur protein fractions from Indian Wools. Asian Text. J., 5: 78-84.
30:   Kulkarni, V.G., J.J. Moses and A. Nagavel, 1994. Studies on Indian wools-Part I. Asian Text. J., 3: 49-51.
31:   Kulkarni, V.G., J.J. Moses and A. Nagavel, 1995. Studies on Indian wools-Part II. Asian Text. J., 3: 62-68.
32:   Kulkarni, V.G., J.J. Moses and A. Nagavel, 1995. Studies on Indian wools-Part III. Asian Text. J., 3: 61-64.
33:   Kulkarni, V.G., J.J. Moses and A. Nagavel, 1996. Studies on Indian wools-Part V: Dyeing with reactive dyes. Asian Text. J., 4: 73-80.
34:   Kulkarni, V.G., M.J. Jeyakodi and A. Nagavel, 1996. Dyeing of intact and chemically treated indian wools with reactive dyes. J. Instn. Eng. Text. Eng. Div., 77: 1-4.
35:   Moses, J.J. and G. Nadarajan, 1996. Ultrasonic energy in dyeing of cotton. Indian Text. J., 107: 58-60.
36:   Moses, J.J. and K. Jagannathan, 1996. Bleaching of cotton using hydrogen peroxide in ultrasonic energy and dyeing. J. Colourage, 43: 19-24.
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37:   Moses, J.J. and L. Ammayappan, 2006. Growth of textile industry and their issues on environment with reference to wool sector. Asian Dyers, 3: 61-68.
38:   Moses, J.J. and L. Ammayappan, 2008. Effect of silicone and urethane finishing treatment on performance properties of enzyme treated wool/cotton union fabric. J. Text. Associ., 69: 68-74.
39:   Moses, J.J. and R. Radhika, 2012. Study of antimicrobial effect on modal fabric and its cotton counterpart dyed with some natural dyes and synthetics dyes. Int. J. Text. Fashion Technol., 14: 1-15.
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40:   Moses, J.J. and R. Radhika, 2012. Study of the K/S values, wash, light and rubbing fastnesses, and antimicrobial assessment on modal, cotton and modal / cotton (50 : 50) blended dyed fabrics. Elixir J. applied Chem., 46: 8185-8188.
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41:   Moses, J.J., 1996. Cotton bleaching with peracetic acid. Indian Text. J., 106: 90-93.
42:   Moses, J.J., 1996. Dye uptake of peracetic acid treated cotton. Indian Text. J., 106: 80-84.
43:   Moses, J.J., 1996. Effect of pH in bleaching of cotton using peracetic acid (PAA). Text. Dyer Print., 29: 11-14.
44:   Moses, J.J., 1997. Effect of temperature in bleaching of cotton using peracetic acid (PAA). Text. Indus. Trade J., 35: 53-56.
45:   Moses, J.J., 1997. Treatment of peracetic acid (PAA) on cotton and dyeing. Colourage, 44: 19-22.
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46:   Moses, J.J., 1997. Treatment of peracetic acid on cotton using ultrasonic energy and. J. Indian Text., 107: 34-38.
47:   Moses, J.J., 1999. Dyeing of jute / cotton ( JUCO) fibre using natural dyes. Text. Dyer Printer, 10: 14-32.
48:   Moses, J.J., 1999. Dyeing of silk using natural dye tamarind. Tex. Rev., Silver Jubilee, 25: 19-21.
49:   Moses, J.J., K. Jagannathan and S.S. Sivakumar, 1997. Ultrasonic treatment of polyester with sodium hydroxide and dyeing. Colourage, 44: 27-30.
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50:   Muralidharan, B., J.J. Moses and V.G. Kulkarni, 1997. Reactive and azoic dyeing of silk. Man Made Text. Ind., 41: 165-171.
51:   Muralidharan, B., M.J. Jeyakodi and V.G. Kulkarni 1997. Dyeing of silk with azoic and reactive colours - A new trend. Am. Dyest. Rep., 86: 49-54.
52:   Muralidharan, B., M.J. Jeyakodi and V.G. Kulkarni, 1998. A new approach to dyeing of wool with reactive and azoic colours. Am. Dyest. Rep., 87: 30-35.
53:   Murugajothi, K. and J.J., Moses, 2009. Study of Selected natural Dyed Fabrics on FTIR, K/S, Fastness Property and Antimicrobial Tests. Nat. J.,Technol., 5: 114-122.
54:   Natarajan, S. and J.J. Moses, 2012. Surface modification of polyester fabric using polyvinyl alcohol in alkaline medium. J. Fibre Text. Res., 37: 287-291.
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55:   Santhi, P. and J.J. Moses, 2010. Study on Different Reducing Agents for Effective Vat Dyeing on Cotton Fabric. J. Fibre Text. Res., 35: 349-352.
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56:   Santhi, P. and J.J., Moses, 2011. A Study on the Effect of Reducing Agents on Depth of Shade, Reduction Potential and FTIR of Vat Dyeing on Cotton Fabric. Nat. J., Tech, 6: 65-73.
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57:   Santhi, P. and J.J., Moses, 2011. Reduction Process of Vat Dye on Cotton Fabric Asssisted by Ferrous Sulphate. Asian J.,Chem., 23: 169-172.
58:   Thilagavathy, G. and M.J. Jeyakodi 2000. Development of Eco friendly non-woven product by solubilisation of viscose. Asian Text. J., 9: 34-37.
59:   Thilagavathy, G. and M.J. Jeyakodi 2001. Eco friendly non woven fabrics made from viscose and its blend with polyester and cotton. J. Inst. Eng., 82: 10-12.