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Methine Dyes and Pigments

  1. Horst Berneth

Published Online: 15 APR 2008

DOI: 10.1002/14356007.a16_487.pub2

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

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Berneth, H. 2008. Methine Dyes and Pigments. Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. .

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  1. Lanxess Deutschland GmbH, Leverkusen, Germany

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 15 APR 2008

Abstract

The article contains sections titled:

1.Introduction
2.History
3.Preparation
4.Properties
5.Uses
6.Economic Aspects
7.Cationic Methine Dyes
7.1.Streptocyanine Dyes
7.1.1.Trimethinestreptocyanine Dyes
7.1.2.Pentamethinestreptocyanine Dyes and Higher Vinylogs
7.1.3.Triazolium Dyes
7.1.4.Aminoarylenamine Dyes
7.2.Hemicyanine Dyes
7.2.1.Cyclomethine Dyes
7.2.2.Dimethinehemicyanine Dyes
7.2.3.Higher Vinylogs of Hemicyanine Dyes
7.3.Phenylogous Hemicyanine Dyes
7.3.1.Zeromethine (Apocyanine) Dyes
7.3.2.Phenylogous Dimethinehemicyanine Dyes
7.3.3.Higher Vinylogs of Phenylogous Hemicyanine Dyes
7.3.4.Phenylogous Hemicyanine Dyes with Rings in the Methine Chain
7.4.Cyanine Dyes
7.4.1.Zeromethinecyanine Dyes
7.4.2.Monomethinecyanine Dyes
7.4.3.Dimethinecyanine Dyes
7.4.4.Trimethinecyanine Dyes
7.4.5.Pentamethinecyanine Dyes
7.4.6.Higher Vinylogs of Cyanine Dyes
7.4.7.Cyanine Dyes with Rings in the Methine Chain
7.4.8.Cyanine Dyes with Several Methine Chains
8.Anionic Methine Dyes (Oxonols)
8.1.Monomethineoxonol Dyes
8.2.Trimethineoxonol Dyes and Higher Vinylogs
9.Methine Dyes with Betaine Structure
10.Neutral Methine Dyes
10.1.Enamineneutrocyanines
10.2.Aminoarylneutrocyanines
10.2.1.Aminoarylneutrocyanines with Open-Chain Terminal Groups
10.2.2.Aminoarylneutrocyanines with Cyclic Terminal Groups
10.3.Merocyanine Dyes
10.3.1.Merocyanine Dyes with Open-Chain Terminal Groups
10.3.2.Merocyanine Dyes with Cyclic Terminal Groups