azo compound

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azo compound

[′ā·zō ‚käm‚pau̇nd]
(organic chemistry)
A compound having two organic groups separated by an azo group (‒N=N‒).
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Mielczarski, Role of Iron Surface Oxidation Layers in Decomposition of Azo-Dye Water Pollutants in Weak Acidic Solutions, Appl.
Kinetic characteristics of bacterial azo-dye decolorization by Pseudomonas luteola.
The azo-dye orange-II, also known as acid orange 7 or 1-(4'- sulfophenylazo)-2-naphthol, contains a sulfonic group as a substituent and is thus considered a sulfonated azo-dye.
Through two Decisions adopted on January 6, the European Commission has banned the use of an azo-dye in certain textiles and leather, the use of arsenic as a wood preserver and timber treated with arsenic.
Azo-dye degradation in an anaerobic-aerobic treatment system operating on simulated textile effluent.
Modelling, Modelling Heterocyclic Azo-dye Affinities for Cellulose Fibres by Computational Approaches, Dyes and Pigments, 94, 278 (2012).
Azo-dyes are widely used in textile printing cosmetic food colorants and pharmaceutical industries worldwide.
Heavy metals, azo-dyes and pesticides are the widely reported pollutants in Pakistan.
H, Kinetics and mechanism of the reduction of some azo-dyes by inorganic oxysulfur compounds, Dyes Pigments: 54(3), 201-212 (2002).
Andreas Ernst] The artificial azo-dyes in question are often used in brightly yellow, orange or red coloured soft drinks.