The light stability of azo dyes and azo dyeings. III. The effect of artificial perspiration on the light stability of reactive and non-reactive derivatives of two selected azo chromophores in aqueous solution

P. Aranyosi, Zs Csepregi, I. Rusznák, L. Tőke, A. Víg

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Abstract

The light stability of two series of azo dyes has been studied in aqueous solution. The first chromophore (A(Chr)) is the coupling product of diazotized ortanilic acid and H-acid, and the second (B(Chr)) is that of diazotized p-anisidine-2-sulfonic acid and J-acid. Bifunctional and monofunctional reactive, as well as non-reactive derivatives, respectively have been exposed to light in aqueous solution. The light stability of the members in the 'A'-group, except A(Chr) and A(DCT) exceeded that of the corresponding members of the 'B'-group. The light stability of the hetero-bifunctional reactive members of both groups (MCT-VS) could be improved by partial (MHT-VS and MCT-VH) or total (MHT-VH) hydrolysis of the reactive groups. The presence of artificial perspiration in the dye solution very significantly deteriorates the light stability of all the dyes studied. The perspiration induced a decrease in the light stability of the 'A'-group significantly, exceeding that of the 'B'-group; t50 values, however, are very close to each other subsequent to perspiration-light exposure of all the studied 14 dissolved dyes.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)33-45
Number of pages13
JournalDyes and Pigments
Volume37
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2 1998

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Keywords

  • Additive effect
  • Dissolved azo dyes
  • Lightfastness
  • Perspiration-light stability

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  • Chemical Engineering(all)
  • Process Chemistry and Technology

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