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IJSTR >> Volume 7 - Issue 1, January 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Study Of Synthesis, Molecular Structure And Application Characterization Of A Novel Stilbene Based Diazo Direct Fibre Dye For Dyeing Various Fibres

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AUTHOR(S)

Noor Muhammad, Dr. Tanveer Hussain Bokhari, Fatima Saleem

 

KEYWORDS

Coupling, hydrolysis, light speed, washing speed, salt concentration, pH, effect of shading temperature and shading time.

 

ABSTRACT

These Colors are shaded mixes which are used for passing on shading to the silk, nourishment stuffs, materials and fleece. Direct dyes were at first familiar fiscally for application with cellulosic fibers and this was so far their most essential use. The improvement rate of direct dyes for cellulosic strands was depended upon to continue growing. The present research work was related to prepare of new 4,4-diamino biphenyl stilbene - 2,2-disulphonic destructive based direct shading. This prompt shading was organized by methods for buildup, diazotization, hydrolysis and coupling forms. The joined shading had been associated on cellulosic material by debilitate process. Shaded surface qualities moreover had been concentrated, for instance, light speed, rubbing snappiness and washing speed. Application qualities like salt focus, pH, shading temperature and shading time were moreover shown. The fundamental depiction of consolidated 4,4-diamino biphenyl stilbene - 2,2-disulphonic destructive based direct shading were done with fourier change infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR).

 

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