3 edition of The Chemistry of the Coal-tar Colours found in the catalog.
by G. Bell
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fay, Irving Wetherbee, Chemistry of the coal-tar dyes. New York, D. Van Nostrand company, (OCoLC) Coal-tar pitch is the residue from the distillation of coal tar (Betts, ). The largest source of tar and pitch is the pyrolysis or carbonization of coal. Until the end of the Second World War, coal tar was the main source of benzene, toluene, xylenes, phenol, cresols and cresylic acids, pyridine and methylpyridines, naphthalene, anthracene.
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Some of the compounds in coal-tar creosote that have the most serious health effects are polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). Creosote is typically composed of about 85% PAHs and 2–17% phenolic compounds (Bedient et al., ).Burchiel and Luster () stated that PAHs are known to cause diseases in organ systems during organ and lymphoid cell development. It can be extracted from coal tar, which was a big waste product in the 19th century, making it readily available to chemists. According to historian Laura Kalba, the explosion of aniline dyes onto the market led to an era of fashion characterised by chromatic vibrancy and variety, contrary to the staid images of Victorian fashions conjured up.
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London: G. Bell, (OCoLC) The chemistry of the coal-tar colours by Benedikt, Rudolf, ; Knecht, Edmund,ed. and tr. Publication date Topics Coal-tar Publisher London, G. Bell and sons Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English; German.
Book digitized by Google from the library Pages: Page - Pending further investigations now under way and the announcement thereof, the coal-tar dyes hereinafter named, made specifically for use in foods, and which bear a guaranty from the manufacturer that they are free from subsidiary products and represent the actual substance the name of which they bear, may be used in foods.
In every case a certificate that the dye in question has. THE rate of progress in the dyestuff industry is admittedly far more rapid than in any other branch of applied chemistry, and the advances made during the past ten or fifteen years have effected.
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The synthetic dye industry arose directly from studies of coal tar. By coal tar was an industrial nuisance because only a fraction was utilized as wood preservative, road binder, and a source of the solvent naphtha.
Fortunately, it attracted the attention of chemists as a source of new organic compounds, isolable by distillation. Colour Chemistry will be of interest to academics and industrialists who are specialists in colour science or who have involvement with the diverse range of coloured materials, for example traditional application in textiles, paints, printing inks, plastics and cosmetics, and functional applications in electronics and s: 2.
Basics in Colors, dyes and pigments chemistry: A review. Chemistry International 2(1) () INTRODUCTION Color has always attracted the attention of the human beings.
Defining a color and turning the tint are indeed of paramount importance in many areas such as paintings, printings, clothing, pictures and screens. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
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Coal tar is a thick dark liquid which is a by-product of the production of coke and coal gas from coal. It has both medical and industrial uses. It may be applied to the affected area to treat psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis (dandruff). It may be used in combination with ultraviolet light therapy.
Industrially it is a railway tie preservative and used in the surfacing of roads. Coal tar, principal liquid product resulting from the carbonization of coal, i.e., the heating of coal in the absence of air, at temperatures ranging from about to 1, °C (1, to 2, °F).Many commercially important compounds are derived from coal tar.
Low-temperature tars result when coal, peat, lignite, or wood are carbonized at temperatures not exceeding °C (1, °F). The chemistry of the coal-tar colours.
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He's halfway through the book but has found some errors or typos. The periodic tables they have in the book have elements and names incorrectly.
should be Livermorium and should be ununseptium (although now, Dec.officially renamed to Tennessine) Also Reviews:. THIS book is intended for those students and dyers who have a good knowledge of general chemistry, and some knowl-edge of organic chemistry.
The object is to present, briefly, the origin and history of coal-tar production, and a discussion of the intermediate products between the coal-tar.
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