study of optically active dyes, mechanism of dyeing and absorption spectra by Wallace R. Brode

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  • Dyes and dyeing -- Chemistry,
  • Absorption spectra,
  • Optical rotation

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Statementby Wallace Reed Brode ...
ContributionsAdams, Roger, 1889-1971 joint author.
LC ClassificationsTP913 .B7 1925
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p. l., [2032]-2043, [581]-596 p., 1 l.
Number of Pages2043
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Open LibraryOL6692111M
LC Control Number26014819

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After receiving his B.S. at Whitman, Wallace studied under Roger Adams at the University of Illinois and was awarded his Ph.D. in with a thesis entitled "A Study of Optically Active Dyes, Mechanism of Dyeing and Absorption Spectra." His lifelong interest in dyes and the relation between their color and their constitution began here.

his Ph.D. in with a thesis entitled “A Study of Optically Active Dyes, Mechanism of Dyeing and Absorption Spectra.” His lifelong interest in dyes and the relation between their color and their constitution began here.

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10 & 18 mg/kg dry material from paper chromatography and absorption spectra respectively vo 34, 10,BENZOFLUORANTHENE* 35 34, 11,BENZOFLUORANTHENE * 35 32 central portion. Acid dyes are often anionic and combine easily with the cations in the wool. Other compounds, including sulfuric acid, acetic acid, sodium sulfate, and surfactants may be added to the dye.

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