Dyeing Properties of Some New Disperse Dyes Containing Piperazine Moiety


Journal: Vol.8, No.3, Summer 2015 - Article 3   Pages :  197 Until 206



Article Code:
PCCC-2015-02-22-286

Authors:
A. Mohammadi: Faculty of Sciences, University of Guilan - Department of Chemistry
Marzeih Sadat Tahavor: University of Guilan - Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences
Zahra Dehghan: University of Guilan - Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences


Article's abstract:

Four novel azo disperse dyes based on 1-4-bromobenzyl-4-phenylpiperazine were synthesized in two steps, using alkylation and azo coupling reactions. Chemical structure of the dyes was characterized and confirmed by the Ultraviolet Visible UV-Visible, Fourrier Transform Infrared FT-IR, Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 1H NMR and Carbon Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 13C NMR analyses. The solvatochromic behavior of the dyes was studied in a set of 10 solvents with different polarity and considerable results were obtained. The prepared dyes were applied as disperse dyes for dyeing polyester fibers and their dyeing properties were evaluated. The fastness properties of the dyed fabrics such as wash, light and rubbing fastness degrees were measured by standard methods. Investigation of antioxidant activity of compounds was carried out by ferric reducing antioxidant power FRAP method. The activity data show that the synthesized dyes B1-B4 have promising antioxidant activity, comparable with their precursor B.


Keywords:
Azo disperse dye; N-phenylpiperazine; Dying; Spectroscopy; Antioxidant activity

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