Chemistry of Colour

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Discovery Publishing House, 1995 - Coloring matter - 244 pages
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Colour has fascinated man ever since he was able to see a coloured object. When Perkin manufactured the fast synthetic dye in 1857, little was known of the chemistry of dyes and about dependence of colour on structure. The principles concerning this relationship emerged over the next two decades. The principles are now fully described using the molecular orbital theory. This book deals with all aspects of the chemistry of colour.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Colour and Constitution
13
Chemistry of Azo Dyes
20
Technical Azo Dyes
36
Azoic Dyes
87
Cationic and Related Dyes
92
Anthraquinone Dyes
126
Vat Dyes
138
Dyes for Wool Cellulosic and Synthetic Fibres
172
Miscellaneous Dyes
198
Pigments
217
References
243
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