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Studies on The Addition of Reactive Compounds to The Dye-Bath of Nonreactive Dyes Part III(1,2) Factors Affecting Formation of Reactive Dyes from Dispersed-Like Dyes [Med J Islamic World Acad Sci]
Med J Islamic World Acad Sci. 1991; 4(2): 99-104

Studies on The Addition of Reactive Compounds to The Dye-Bath of Nonreactive Dyes Part III(1,2) Factors Affecting Formation of Reactive Dyes from Dispersed-Like Dyes

M. Kamel, M. M. Kamel, R. M. El-Shishtawy
From Division of Textile, National Research Center, Dokki, Cairo, Egypt.

It is shown that, in spite of the known ease of hydrolysis of 2,4-dichloro-6-(4-sulphoanilino)-s-triazine (I) and the spare solubility of the model disperse-like dyes (II-V), yet soluble reactive dyes can be obtained in different yields by reaction of I and these dyes. Some optimal conditions for dyeing cotton with the in-situ formed reactive dyes are explored.

Keywords: Reactive dyes, dye bath, model disperse-like dyes


M. Kamel, M. M. Kamel, R. M. El-Shishtawy. Studies on The Addition of Reactive Compounds to The Dye-Bath of Nonreactive Dyes Part III(1,2) Factors Affecting Formation of Reactive Dyes from Dispersed-Like Dyes. Med J Islamic World Acad Sci. 1991; 4(2): 99-104

Corresponding Author: M. Kamel, Egypt


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