Further im portant discoveries were announced from Germany with, inthe Eosines, in Methylene Blue, the first basic blue soluble in water, and in Malachite Green, the first green of real dye ing value; and the supremacy of the German manufacturers was by now definitely established.
The k 0 values were confirmed to correlate to the electrophilic frontier density f r E of the tautomer on cellulose. This is followed by a fraction rich in the hydrocarbon naphthalene, and finally a high-boiling oil containing anthracene passes over.
The dye is administered to the patient intravenously and over time enters the cancerous cells. Oxidizing agents also effect a splitting of azo-dyes into two or more products, but in this case the division does not occur between the two nitrogen atoms, for the azo-group is left intact as a diazonium group at tached to one of the hydro-carbon residues.
Photocatalytic decolorization takes place at the surface of the catalyst. The eosines, acid rhodamines and fast acid violets belong to the xanthene class, the water soluble nigrosines, water soluble indu lines, wool fast blues, wool fast violets and indocyanines to the azine class.
They may be regarded as derived from "closed chain" or "benzenoid" hydro-carbons by the replacement of cer tain of the hydrogen atoms by atomic groups of other elements. These latter are for the most part colour less compounds of great instability and extremely reactive.
As expected, the molar absorptivities of the dyes are higher when compared with those of anthraquinone dyes Ukponmwan et al. In addition to dyeing fast shades upon acetate silk, all these dyes have the further advantage, that they exert no affinity for cotton, linen or viscose silk, and can there fore be employed together with direct dyes for producing two colour effects upon fabrics woven from these fibres together with acetate silk.
However, this anionic character gains rapid recombination and holes during the oxidation process and in turn diminishes the efficiency of the photocatalytic reaction . Barnett, Anthracene and Anthraquinone; H. Only a few illustrations can be given. The method of application involves only a single stage process.
This mechanism is also unsatisfactory for hydroxy azo dyes AO7 and AO8. The discharge of an enormous volume of wastewater containing dyes is an inevitable consequence, because the textile industry consumes large quantities of water and all dyes cannot be completely combined with fibers during the dyeing process.
As such combinations have little stability, the dyes of this class are generally deficient in fastness to alkalis and soap, which by neutralizing the dye acid loosen its attachment to the fibre.
This method of dyeing has been greatly extended by the introduction of the so-called azoic series, in which the cotton is impregnated with an anilide of j3 -oxynaphthoic acid known commercially as a "naphthol AS" compoundsuch as and subsequently passed through a bath containing the diazo compound of a nitroaniline, nitrotoluidine, nitrochloroaniline, naphthylamine, etc.
A special class of dye-stuffs containing the azo-group but ob tained without the employment of the diazo-reaction, by the in tra-molecular rearrangement of p-nitro-toluene-o-sulphonic acid, is the stilbene series.
This indicates the absence of genotoxic compounds in the gastrointestinal epithelial cells in rats. Irradiation of the cells with laser light can start their destruction. These methods have inherent limitations in technologies such as less efficiency and production of secondary sludge, the disposal of which is a costly affair [ 43 — 53 ].
In all countries from which supplies of German dyes and drugs were cut off a serious shortage rapidly supervened. The degradation of X6G C. The change is thus represented: This excellent performance of these two dyes on nylon 6 substrate is probably due to its high affinity for the hydrogen ion in the dye molecules Bird and Boston, Upon the structure and position of the latter groups the character and properties of the dye-stuff colour, fastness, etc.
All dyers should ensure that the supply company is fully informed about the legislation of the prohibited azo dyes.
Whereas between and German firms obtained patents for the manufacture of dyes, British firms took out only 86, the ratio of the number of patents closely corresponding to that of the number of chemists employed. Cauliflower-like architectures have attracted great interest due to its special and novel morphology with high specific surface area that can facilitate the diffusion and mass transportation of the basic dye molecules in photodegradation applications [ ].
The most important basic dyes belong to the triphenylmethane and xanthene classes. Para-Phenylene Diamine (PPD) also called 1,4-diamino benzene or 1,4-phenylene diamine, is an aromatic amine which is a major component of azo dyes. Para-Phenylene Diamine containing azo dyes are toxic and causes skin irritation, contact dermatitis, chemosis, lacrimation, exophthalmos and permanent blindness.
Preparation of a chloroform extract and separation of the different disperse dyes by analytical and preparative thin-layer chromatography showed that 8 of the 9 black “velvet” clothes contained the same composition, namely Disperse Blue 1,andDisperse Red 1 and Disperse Yellow 3.
Thiazoles and their derivatives have attracted considerable attention in recent years because of their versatile applications in various fields (Metwallya et al., ; Hutchinson et al., ).Thiazole derivatives have also been extensively used in the preparation of different kinds of dyes, especially azo dyes.
AZO DYES Azo dyeing is a technique in which an insoluble azoic dye is produced directly onto or within the fibre. Because food dyes are classed as food additives. and most are red in colour. The initial bath imparts a yellow or pale chartreuse colour.
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many acid dyes have a similar structure. Apr 08, · Preparation of Para Red and Related Azo dyes Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to prepare two azo dyes, para red using a reaction of p-nitroaniline and 2-naphthol, and a related azo dye.
Dyes and Pigments (v, #2) Decolorization of Remazol-Turquoise Blue G and other dyes by Cu(II)/pyridine/H 2 O 2 system by Ulusoy Bali; Bünyamin Karagözoğlu (). The H 2 O 2 /pyridine/Cu(II) process was found to be very effective in the decolorization of synthetic dyes.Preparation of para red and related azo dyes