Dye solubility

  • G. L. Baughman
  • S. Banerjee
  • T. A. Perenich
Part of the Advances in Color Chemistry Series book series (ACCS, volume 4)


Dye solubility is a very important parameter to the dye chemist and a number of practical measurement methods of it have been evaluated. However, such methods are usually applied to commercial dye formulations under conditions used for textile dyeing. While the results of these may be of considerable utility, they have little fundamental basis because the solubilities are a function both of the dye formulation and of the experimental methods used.


High Performance Liquid Chromatography Solubility Parameter Color Chemistry Generator Column Method Ethyl Cello Solve 
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  • G. L. Baughman
  • S. Banerjee
  • T. A. Perenich

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