Dyes and Pigments, 1st Edition by Ahmet Gürses, Metin Açıkyıldız, Kübra Güneş, M. Sadi Gürses

By Ahmet Gürses, Metin Açıkyıldız, Kübra Güneş, M. Sadi Gürses (auth.)

In this ebook the authors return to fundamentals to explain the structural adjustments among dyes and pigments, their mechanisms of motion, homes and functions. They set the scene by way of explaining the explanations at the back of those modifications and express how dyes are predominately natural compounds that dissolve or react with substrates, while pigments are (predominantly) finely floor inorganic ingredients which are insoluble and consequently have a special mode of coloring. additionally they describe the function of useful teams and their influence on dyeing skill, contrasting this with the best way pigments reason floor mirrored image (or gentle absorption) looking on their chemical and crystalline constitution and relative particle measurement. The booklet explores the environmental influence of dyes in a piece that covers the actual, chemical, toxicological, and ecological houses of dyes and the way those are used to evaluate their impact at the surroundings and to estimate no matter if a given product provides a possible risk. finally, it assesses how, as well as their conventional makes use of within the fabric, leather-based, paper, paint and polish industries, dyes and pigments are quintessential in different fields resembling microelectronics, scientific diagnostics, and in details recording techniques.

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In: Sattler KD (ed) Handbook of nanophysics: functional nanomaterials. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, New York Zollinger H (1999) Color: a multidisciplinary approach. Wiley, Zürich Switzerland Zollinger H (2003) Colour chemistry: synthesis, properties, and applications of organic dyes and pigments. 53 billion by the year 2017, driven by the growth in key end-use industries. Before synthetic dyes and pigments were discovered, limited number of natural colorant has been obtained from plants, animals and minerals.

The nitroso compounds have not themselves dyeing properties, but are capable of forming metal complexes that are either pigments or, if the starting compound bears hydrophilic groups, are acid dyes. 1 Dye Classes According to Application Methods Reactive Dyes Reactive dyes differ from other class of dyes in that their molecules contain one or more reactive groups capable of forming a covalent bond with a compatible fiber group. They have become very popular due to their high wet-fastness, brilliance and 40 3 Classification of Dye and Pigments range of hues (Pereira and Alves 2012).

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