Synthesis, application and antibacterial activity of new reactive dyes based on thiazole moiety

  • Fatma Ali Mohamed, Saadia A. Abd El-Megied, Mahmoud Sayed Bashandy, Hassan m Ibrahim
  • Pigment & Resin Technology, January 2018, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/prt-12-2016-0117

Synthesis, application and antibacterial activity of new reactive dyes based on thiazole moiety

What is it about?

Use of these reactive dyes will bring a number of benefits to society including higher fastness and higher antibacterial activity so, and these dyes can be used for dyeing cotton. In this work, the new reactive dyes derived from thiazole derivatives were synthesised and their structures were confirmed by the analytical and spectral data. Such compounds are considered to be excellent reactive dyes with different colour shades and higher antibacterial activity.

Why is it important?

The preparation procedure showed the synthesis of the novel MCT-reactive dyes derived from thiazole derivatives followed by the application of these dyes on cotton fabrics. These dyes are considered to be excellent reactive dyes with different colour shades and higher antibacterial activity.

Perspectives

Professor Fatma A. Mohamed
national research centre

I hope this article makes what people might think is a boring, slightly abstract area like health economics and measuring things like health, kind of interesting and maybe even exciting. Because the way we spend money on health and social care is not just a problem for politicians, managers and researchers to worry about - it is an issue that touches every single human being on this planet in one way or another. More than anything else, and if nothing else, I hope you find this article thought-provoking.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/prt-12-2016-0117

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