A soluble synthetic brown textile disazo dye. Bismarck brown was made in 1863 by C Martius by coupling diazonium ions and amines. It is used to dye fats, waxes, varnishes, and wood.
Synonyms and Related Terms
Basic Brown 1; CI 21000; Solvent Brown 41; bruno di Bismarck (It.); Vesuvine BA
|Molecular Weight||mol. wt. = 419.32|
Hazards and Safety
No known hazards.
Mallinckrodt Baker: MSDS
- Helmut Schweppe, Schweppe color collection index and information book
- A.Scharff, 'Synthetic dyestuffs for textiles and their fastness to washing', ICOM-CC Preprints Lyon, Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, 1999
- Colour Index International online at www.colour-index.org Comment: formula=C18H18N8.2HCl, CAS=1052-38-6
- Website address 1 Comment: www.straw.com/sig/dyehist
- Website address 2 Comment: http://www.smith.edu/hsc/silk/Papers/meredith.html
- Sigma Dyes, Stains and Natural Pigments, Infrared Library, Nicolet, 1991-1995 Comment: OMNIC formula=C18H18N8, CAS=10114-58-6