KIM In-Hoi | 김인회

Professor of Chemical Engineering

031-290-7316
ihkim316@skku.edu
제2공학관25동 3층 25303B호실

Research Areas

Dyeing Chemistry 

Research Interests

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY APPROACH TO DYEING THEORY
Dyeing is concerned with colored organic compounds which are soluble in appropriate solvents and which can become absorbed on to molecular surfaces of textile substrates in a controllable manner, and of diffusing within these substrates. Consequently, the physical chemistry of dyeing covers aspects of the nature of solutions of complex molecules, adsorption and related interfacial phenomena, and diffusion. Further, it is often convenient to treat dyeing systems as being in a state of equilibrium, so thermodynamics is an important tool.

KINETIC APPROACH TO VS REACTIVE DYEING
Reactive dyes have become one of the most typical and conventional coloring matters for cellulose, since they have good color-fastness, bright hues, and good cost performance. They are classified into two categories, i.e., dye nucleus with halogeno-heteroaromatics or sulfatoethylsulfonyl(sodium salt, SES) reactive end-groups, in which the latter one is called vinyl sulfonyl(VS) dye and has large market.. This research aims to clarify the following problems; a) the reaction mechanism of hydrolysis of VS reactive dyes. b) the quantitative reaction with cellulose.

Selected Publications

1. Koo, B.S., S.W. Kim, C.J. Kim, E.H Park, J.S. Lee, S.H. Won, D.H. Lee, J. of Chem. Eng. of Japan, accepted (2012).

2. Lim, J. H., W.S. Song, M. S. Kwon, S. Y. Woo, S. W. Sung, J. W. Bae, D. H. Lee, J. of Chem. Eng. of Japan, 44(5), 336-344(2011).

3. Chun, B.S., D. H. Lee, N. Epstein, J.R. Grace, A.H. Alissa Park, S.D. Kim, J.K. Lee, CES, 66(14), 3180-3184 (2011)

4. Lee, H.S., Lee, Y., Park, S.S., Chae, H.J., Jeong, S.Y., Lee, D.H., KJChE, 27(4), 1328-1332(2010).

5. Jeong, S. W., S. Y. Son, D.H. Lee, J. Advanced Powder Technology, 21, 93-99 (2010).

Professional Experience

조교수 (성균관대학교, 1993-1997)
부교수 (성균관대학교, 1997-2002)

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