Azo dye

An azo dye is one of an extensive range of synthetic organic dye made from aniline, by first converting it with sodium nitrite to a diazonium chloride salt which is then reacted with other aromatic amines, phenols and sulphonic acids. The well known indicator methyl-orange is formed by making the diazo salt of sulphanilic acid, and reacting the product with dimethylaniline (see below): ...

azo dye

[n] - any dye containing one or more azo groups
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Azo Dye

An azo dye is one of an extensive range of synthetic organic dye made from aniline, by first converting it with sodium nitrite to a diazonium chloride salt which is then reacted with other aromatic amines, phenols and sulphonic acids. The well known indic
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azo dye

<chemistry> Dyes that contain the N=N linkage. They are easily prepared from diazo compounds. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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azo dye

noun any dye containing one or more azo groups
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azo dye

any of a large class of synthetic organic dyes that contain nitrogen as the azo group NN as part of their molecular structures; more than half the ... [5 related articles]
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azo dye

Synthetic dye containing the azo group of two nitrogen atoms (NN) connecting aromatic ring compounds. Azo dyes are usually red, brown, or yellow, and make up about half the dyes produced. They are manufactured from aromatic amines
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Azo dye

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