Organic Colorants: A Handbook of Data of Selected Dyes for Electro-Optical Applications (Physical Sciences Data) pdf epub fb2

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Organic Colorants: A Handbook of Data of Selected Dyes for Electro-Optical Applications (Physical Sciences Data) Author: -
Title: Organic Colorants: A Handbook of Data of Selected Dyes for Electro-Optical Applications (Physical Sciences Data)
ISBN: 044498884X
ISBN13: 978-0444988843
Other Formats: lit mbr lrf doc
Pages: 504 pages
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd (December 1, 1988)
Language: English
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Size PDF version: 1803 kb
Size EPUB version: 1745 kb
Subcategory: Engineering




Dye chemistry, born in Europe at the end of the nineteenth century, is the root of modern organic chemistry which, in turn, together with inorganic and physical chemistry, has developed to produce today's polymer chemistry, biochemistry and materials science. With the establishment of the dye industry and dye technology, the definition of dyes was narrowed; their study became estranged from the field of the general chemist, and they were abandoned as subjects of basic research. Recently, however, dyes have been re-evaluated. In Japan the concept of the functional dye has been established in information, display, recording and storage, energy conversion, medicine and other fields. The extraction, expansion and utilization of the various functions of dyes have attracted much attention and a new field of colour chemicals has come into being. There are very few convenient data books useful for chemists who wish to participate and contribute to the advance of molecular design or functional applications of dyes - the best known work in the field is geared mainly to profesional dye chemists and it is becoming somewhat outdated.