This report deals with azodyes naturalised through glycoconjugation with a very common saccharide -lactose- and with its galactose and glucose components. The conjugation takes place through a bifunctional linker, here a terminal dibromoalkane, so the final products are very stable diether derivatives of the starting dyes. These transformations produce nat uralised dyes -indeed, water-soluble and multipurpose- that are able to dye different materials without addition of chemical additives such as surface agents.

Ethereal Glycoconjugated Azodyes (GADs): A New Group of Water-Soluble, Naturalised Dyes

CATELANI, GIORGIO;D'ANDREA, FELICIA;GUAZZELLI, LORENZO;
2008

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This report deals with azodyes naturalised through glycoconjugation with a very common saccharide -lactose- and with its galactose and glucose components. The conjugation takes place through a bifunctional linker, here a terminal dibromoalkane, so the final products are very stable diether derivatives of the starting dyes. These transformations produce nat uralised dyes -indeed, water-soluble and multipurpose- that are able to dye different materials without addition of chemical additives such as surface agents.
Bianchini, R; Catelani, Giorgio; Cecconi, R; D'Andrea, Felicia; Guazzelli, Lorenzo; Isaad, J; Rolla, M.
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