Chemistry Help - Diazonium compounds & dyes

Reply Sun 23 Jan, 2005 10:07 pm
Hi, I'm new to this site so I apologise if this post is inproper but here seemed like the best place.
I was wondering if anyone had any insight into this piece of research that I have to do, I tried searching the web but I don't think I found anything useful..
This is the question:

Discuss the role of diazonium compounds in the production of dyes.

From the bits and pieces that I gathered, I think it has something to do with amines and azo dyes and diazonium salts.. but I am not sure..
can anyone help me? Any assistance would be appreciated.
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Reply Mon 24 Jan, 2005 07:11 am
A search that may help
I don't claim to be an expert, but I think that diazonium coupling reactions allow a variety of compounds to be inserted into benzene structures and that is useful for dyes. Try this Google search for more information. I looked through a couple of the results and they seems like what you were looking for.
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Reply Fri 11 Feb, 2005 09:10 pm
Thank you engineer for your help, I got the research that I needed from one of your links. You were a great help. Thanks:)
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Reply Sat 12 Feb, 2005 12:00 pm
Glad to help
Thanks for reporting back. It's good to know it was useful.
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