Three different acid dyes were synthesized by employing substituted aryl amines and aminohydroxy-naphthalene sulfonic acid as diazo
and coupling components, respectively.
Microbial process for the decolorization of textile effluent containing azo, diazo
and reactive dyes.
The team determined that 21 fine art images and seven Diazo
prints would fit comfortably on 560 square feet of wall space, about the size of the Theatre 2 Lobby Gallery at the University of South Florida.
Wang et al., "A practical system to synthesize the multiple-substituted 2,5-dihydrofuran by the intermolecular dipolar cycloaddition reactions involving acceptor/acceptor-substituted diazo
reagents," Tetrahedron, vol.
Li's team used the same catalyst system with a slightly different base to couple aryl amidines 39 and diazo
compounds 40 to deliver five examples of monofluorinated and trifluoromethylated 1-aminoisoquinolines 41 in fair to excellent yields .
In subsequent serum spiking experiments, they also showed that eltrombopag concentrations 100 ig/mL or greater caused a significant negative interference on total bilirubin measurements using the diazo
method on the DxC 800 analyzer (Beckman Coulter, Brea, California).
(a) Time course of flavoprotein fluorescence induced by diazoxide (Diazo
) and Diazo
+ STV subsequently.
The Ozalid copier used dyeline or diazo
paper, known in German as Lichtpauspapier, which is "wet-strength paper with a light-sensitive layer to multiply text or drawings" (J.
Meanings of prefixes like diazo
, ampho, syn and photo, and suffixes like oid (eg.,actinoid), were not recognised by majority of students.
The following step is a classical diazo
moiety forming cyclization at low temperature to generate the benzoicjcinnolines.
Total bilirubin level was determined by diazo
reaction [16, 17].
In addition, for the infants who had TSB>20 mg/ dl, TSB levels were determined in two milliliters of a venous sample with a diazo
method in the laboratory, as part of the routine evaluation of significant hyperbilirubinemia.