The Chemistry of Synthetic Dyes V8 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780127170084, 9780323149372

The Chemistry of Synthetic Dyes V8

1st Edition

Editors: K Venkataraman
eBook ISBN: 9780323149372
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th April 1978
Page Count: 464
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The Chemistry of Synthetic Dyes, Volume VII stresses the relation between the chemistry of synthetic dyes and their application properties.

This book describes the dyes for leather, synthetic carotenoids as food colorants, and solvent dyes. The phenomenal progress made in transfer printing, which the first commercial process became available as recently as 1968, is also discussed. This text likewise considers the influence of structural factors on the lightfastness of dyed fibers and structures of dyes with their technical properties.

This volume is a good reference for organic chemists and technologists working on the synthesis of dyes and their applications.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors

General Preface

Preface to Volume VIII

Contents of Other Volumes

List of Abbreviations

I. Reactive Dyes—Physicochemical Aspects of Dye Fixation and Dye-Fiber Bond Hydrolysis

I. Introduction

II. Hydrolysis

III. Competitive Alcoholysis and Hydrolysis in Solution

IV. Competitive Reaction with Adsorption and Diffusion

V. Use of Reaction Catalysts

VI. Removal of Unfixed Dye from Reactive-Dyed Materials

VII. Stability of Dye-Fiber Bonds

VIII. Fixation of Reactive Dyes on Wool

IX. Novel Approaches to Reactive Dye Fixation

II. Leather Dyes

I. Introduction

II. General Discussion

III. Anionic Dyes

IV. Cationic Dyes

V. Reactive Dyes

VI. Azoic Dyes

VII. Miscellaneous Dyes

III. Solvent Dyes

I. General Discussion

II. Chemistry and Properties of Solvent Dyes

III. Application, Evaluation, and Analysis of Solvent Dyes

IV. New Developments in Textile Coloration

I. Use of Solvents in Dyeing

II. New Fibers

III. Disperse Dyes for Cellulose

IV. Microfoams for Dye Distribution

V. Jet Dyeing

VI. Continuous Exhaustion Dyeing

VII. Vacuum Impregnation

VIII. Space Dyeing

V. Transfer Printing

I. General Introduction

II. History

III. Developments Since 1970-1971

IV. Basic Work on Transfer Printing

V. Selection of Dyes for Transfer Printing

VI. Transfer-Printed Carpets

VII. Selection of the Paper or Other Materials for Transfer Printing

VIII. Transfer-Printing Inks

IX. Methods Used for Printing the Paper

X. Heat-Transfer Print Machines

XI. Japanese Patent Situation

XII. Advantages and Disadvantages of Transfer Printing

VI. Structural Factors Affecting the Lightfastness of Dyed Fibers

I. Introduction

II. Azo Dyes

III. Anthraquinonoid Dyes

IV. Nitrodiphenylamine Dyes

V. Triarylmethane Dyes

VI. Polymethine and Methine Dyes

VII. Heterocyclic Dyes

VIII. Reactive Dyes

VII. Relations Between the Molecular Structures of Dyes and Their Technical Properties

I. Introduction

II. Application Properties of Dyes

III. Fastness Properties of Dyes

IV. Relations Between Technical Properties and Molecular Structure—Specific Dye-Fiber Systems

VIII. The Dye Developer in the Polaroid Color Photographic Process

I. Introduction

II. Azo Dye Developers

III. Anthraquinone Dye Developers

IV. Metallized Dye Developers

V. Miscellaneous Chromophores

VI. Color-Shifted Dye Developers

IX. Synthetic Carotenoids as Colorants for Food and Feed

I. Introduction

II. Discussion of Synthetic Methods

III. Future Development

IV. Conclusion

Author Index

Subject Index

Cumulative Dye Index (Volumes III-VIII)


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