1st International Conference on Chemo and BioInformatics, ICCBIKG  2021, (379-382)

AUTHOR(S) / АУТОР(И): Julijana D. Tadić, Jelena M. Lađarević, Maja D. Marković, Aleksandra M. Ivanovska, Mirjana M. Kostić, Dušan Ž. Mijin

E-ADRESS / Е-АДРЕСА: jtadic@tmf.bg.ac.rs, jmirkovic@tmf.bg.ac.rs, mmarkovic@tmf.bg.ac.rs,         aivanovska@tmf.bg.ac.rs, kostic@tmf.bg.ac.rs, kavur@tmf.bg.ac.rs

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DOI: 10.46793/ICCBI21.379T


Schiff bases, or azomethine compounds, are commonly employed in the fields of organic synthesis, metal complexes, materials, and engineering. Especially, they have gained importance in medicinal researches, considering their antimicrobial, anticancer, anti- inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. On the other side, azo dyes are the most significant group of synthetic dyes, utilized in textile fiber dyeing. Conjugation of Schiff bases with azo compounds leads to the class of azo-azomethine dyes, which have numerous applications related to their coloration and biological properties. Viscose is a textile material widely used in the medicine. Moreover, viscose fiber can be engineered in many ways which are significant in the development of medical materials. The antioxidant effect is an important feature of medical textiles, such as wound dressings. In this work, the microwave-assisted synthesis and characterization of novel azo-azomethine dye are reported. The azo-azomethine dye is obtained by the condensation between arylazo pyridone dye and 4-aminophenol. The structure of synthesized dye was determined by ATR-FTIR, NMR, and UV-Vis spectroscopy. Azo- azomethine dye was used for dyeing viscose, and the washing fastness of dyed material was evaluated according to the standard method. The viscose fabrics, before and after washing, were analyzed in terms of their color coordinates in the CIELab color space. The antioxidant properties of azo-azomethine dye and dyed viscose fabrics were examined by the ABTS method.


2-pyridone, viscose, free radical scavenging effect, medicinal textiles


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