Dyes: Chemistry and Applications


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Dyes: Chemistry and Applications
10103111030900 Dyes: Chemistry and ApplicationsMohammad Farhat Ali
Introduction Dyes are colored organic compounds that are used to impart color to various substrates, including paper, leather, fur, hair, drugs, cosmetics, waxes, greases, plastics, and textile materials. The history of dyes goes back to prehistoric times. Indigo, the oldest known dye, was used by the ancient Egyptians to dye mummy clothes. Tyrian purple, obtained from Murex snails found near the city of T…
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Mohammad Farhat Ali, Ph.D.; Bassam M. El Ali, Ph.D.; James G. Speight, Ph.D.: Handbook of Industrial Chemistry: Organic Chemicals. Dyes: Chemistry and Applications, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2005), AccessEngineering Export