Chemistry And Applications Of Leuco Dyes

Hardcover | June 30, 1997

EditorRamaiah Muthyala

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Contributions by scientists working in international laboratories provide the novice researcher with synthetic data and high-technology applications of leuco dyes. Covering leuco dye classes that exhibit reasonable stability, the book discusses photochromic materials that have wide-ranging applications in memory technology, leuco dyes for color photography, and a special class of dyes formulated by reduction instead of the oxidation process.

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Contributions by scientists working in international laboratories provide the novice researcher with synthetic data and high-technology applications of leuco dyes. Covering leuco dye classes that exhibit reasonable stability, the book discusses photochromic materials that have wide-ranging applications in memory technology, leuco ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.27 inPublished:June 30, 1997Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306454599

ISBN - 13:9780306454592

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Table of Contents

Spiropyran Leuco Dyes; H. Nakazumi. Leuco Quinone Dyes; M. Matsuoka. Thiazine, Oxazine, and Phenazine Leuco Dyes; T. Van Thien. Synthesis and Properties of Phthalide-Type Color Formers; I.J. Fletcher, R. Zink. The Chemistry of Leuco Triarylmethanes; R. Muthyala, X. Lan. The Chemistry of Fluoran Leuco Dyes; Y. Hatano. The Chemistry of Tetrazolium Salts; D.S. Daniel. Conclusions. Index.

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`The authors of all the chapters are recognised experts in the relevant field. This book is therefore to be regarded as an excellent and essential laboratory reference book for practising dyestuff chemists. The extensive coverage of patent literature...should be an undoubted source of inspiration for researchers.' Colourage, March 1998