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CAS No. :2580-78-1 MDL No. :MFCD00001215
Formula : C22H16N2Na2O11S3 Boiling Point : -
Linear Structure Formula :- InChI Key :KUIXZSYWBHSYCN-UHFFFAOYSA-L
M.W : 626.54 Pubchem ID :17409
Synonyms :
Chemical Name :Sodium 2-((3-((4-amino-9,10-dioxo-3-sulfonato-9,10-dihydroanthracen-1-yl)amino)phenyl)sulfonyl)ethyl sulfate

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[ 2580-78-1 ] Synthesis Path-Downstream   1~17

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YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
In water for 3h; Heating; pH 11;
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  • Reactive Blue 19 vinyl sulfone [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
In water for 1h; Ambient temperature; pH 11;
With sodium hydroxide In water at 55 - 60℃; 1.1 Add 100 parts of meta-CI Reactive Blue 19 and 490 parts of water into the reactor, stir, and then heat to 55°C-60°C. Acids are generated during the reaction. Dilute sodium hydroxide solution is used to neutralize the resulting acid and promote the reaction, so that the reaction solution is maintained at pH 8.5-9.0. When the pH of the reaction solution basically gets stable, the reaction ends. High performance liquid chromatogram (HPLC) can also be used to determine whether the reaction is completed. After the completion of the reaction, adjust the pH to 9.0 and stir for 1 h. A large amount of solid, i.e., (III'-RB19) compound, will be precipitated. Filter out and dry the solid, and 83.1 parts of compound III'-RB19 will be obtained, which is a blue purple powder. Mass spectrometry: III'-RB19: m/z (-): 483.2 ([M-H] -1). The most abundant precise molecular mass (M) of the intermediate dye product III'-RB19 (as free sulfonic acid) is 484.2.
With fatty alcohol-polyoxyethylene ether In aq. buffer at 70℃; for 0.0833333h;
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
Phototrope Umwandl.;
With dihydrogen peroxide; iron(III) perchlorate In HClO4
With dihydrogen peroxide; horseradish peroxidase In acetate buffer at 20℃;
With iron sulphate heptahydrate; sulfuric acid; dihydrogen peroxide; oxygen; sodium hydroxide In lithium hydroxide monohydrate Sonication; 2.2 Procedure A stock solution of RB 19, prepared by dissolving 1g of dye in 1L of distilled water, was diluted to give initial concentrations for each experiment of 25mgL-1 (4×10-5molL-1). Sulphuric acid and sodium hydroxide were used to adjust the pH of the dye solution. 100mL volumes from the stock solution were placed in the glass reactor, and the appropriate amount of hydrogen peroxide and iron sulfate added to the solution. The glass reactor was equipped with a water circulating jacket for maintaining reaction temperature to ±1°C. Sonication was performed with a Sonic processor L500-20 ultrasonic generator (20kHz, 200W, Sonic Systems) equipped with titanium probe transducer (23820T). The tip of the horn was 1cm in diameter and was placed 1.5cm into the liquid layer (Fig. 2). At 5min time intervals, samples were taken from the reactor and analyzed by UV/visible spectrophotometry (Agilent 8453) using detection wavelengths of 256 and 594nm. Each experiment was performed in duplicate. Sonication was conducted in the presence of air with no added gas except when the effect of dissolved gas was being investigated. In these experiments, the initial solution was vigorously purged with Argon, O2 or N2 for 20min prior to ultrasonic irradiation and a gas flow of approx. 1mLmin-1 was maintained throughout the experiment.
With dihydrogen peroxide In lithium hydroxide monohydrate 2.4. Evaluation of catalytic activity The performance of the prepared catalysts was evaluated by degrading RB19 as a model pollutant. The removal of RB19 in the presence of H2O2 was carried out with a total volume of 100 ml, using appropriate dosage of catalyst. All chemical reactions were performed under magnetic stirring. The reactions were monitored by a UV-vis spectrophotometer (UV-160A Shimadzu) at a wave-length corresponding to the maximum absorbance.
With Laccase Roglyr Lite 1540 In aq. acetate buffer at 20℃; Electrochemical reaction; Enzymatic reaction;
With oxygen In lithium hydroxide monohydrate at 150℃; for 3h; Autoclave; Green chemistry; Experimental procedure: The oxidation was carried out in 1 L autoclave equipped with a cooling coil and a mechanic stirring system (Parr Instrument). A schematic diagram of the catalytic wet air oxidation system is showed in Fig. 2. Before oxidation, 500 mL of reacting solution containing a given dye content and pre-determined mass of a catalyst was purged with a pure N2 flow of 1.4 L/min at a total pressure of one bar for 15 min. The solution was constantly stirred at 800 rpm which was chosen to eliminate diffusion kinetics. After purging the temperature of the reactor was raised to 150 °C, pure oxygen was introduced into the system to start the oxidation. During experiment, pressure of oxygen was kept constant at 13 bar. Other conditions of the experiment are given in Table-1. A control experiment was also conducted without the presence of the catalyst under nitrogen atmosphere to confirm no thermal decomposition of the dye.
In lithium hydroxide monohydrate for 0.75h; UV-irradiation; Photocatalytic activity measurement General procedure: The photodegradation studies werecarried out in a batch reactor system. The setupconsists of a UV chamber made of MDF havingdimensions (68 × 50 × 43 cm) and two lamps TUVPL-L 18 W (Philips), fitted on the top of the chamber.An exhaust fan is fitted on the side wall of thechamber to maintain a constant temperature. Thereactor used is a cylindrical quartz flask, which hasa diameter of 2.5cm and is 15 cm in height. Tocharacterize the photocatalytic activity of the nanocomposite under UV-C irradiation, measurementson photodegradation of reactive dyes in the modelwastewater were carried out at room temperature.For each experiment, 11mg nanocomposite was put in a cylindrical flask containing25 ml, water solution of Reactive dyes whitconcentration 20 mgL-1. The solution wasmagnetically stirred for 30min in dark to establishan adsorption/desorption equilibrium of Reactivedyes on the surfaces of the catalyst, then the lightwas turned on to initiate the photocatalytic reaction.After irradiation for 45 minute, the suspension wasextracted at regular time (15 min) and centrifugedat the rate of 4000 rpm for 5 min to remove thecatalyst. The concentrations of Reactive red 195and blue19 before and after photocatalyticdegradation were calibrated by the intensity of itscharacteristic absorption peak located at 542 and592 nm measured with UV-vis spectrometerRespectively (Jenway 6405).
With grape seed-coated nanoscale zero-valent iron at 25℃;
With dye-decolorizing peroxidase from Thermobifida fusca; dihydrogen peroxide In aq. buffer at 20℃; for 1h; 4.4 Kinetic analyses of dyes oxidation General procedure: The activity of TfuDyP towards seven different classes of dyes (anthraquinone, azo, arylmethane, heterocyclic, xanthene, indigoid and phthalocyanine dyes), three carotenoid pigments and hemin was measured spectrophotometrically (Jasco V-660). Reaction mixtures containing 50 mM citrate buffer pH 3.0, 4.0 or 5.0, supplemented with 50 μM dye, 30-300 nM purified enzyme and 100 μM H2O2 were used. In case the absorbance of a dye at λmax was too high, a lower concentration of 25 or 10 μM was used. The enzyme was added to start the reaction. First the initial rate of oxidation was measured at the corresponding wavelength maximum for each dye (Table 1.). Reactions were subsequently incubated for 1 h at ambient temperature after which spectra between 350 and 750 nm were taken to estimate the level of degradation, calculated as percentage compared to the starting solution. Control reactions were included without enzyme.
With BiOCl1-xBrx at AgBr nanosheets Irradiation;
With black TiO2 nanotube arrays In lithium hydroxide monohydrate Electrochemical reaction;
Stage #1: Remazol Brilliant Blue R for 0.5h; Darkness; Stage #2: With hydrogenchloride In lithium hydroxide monohydrate; dihydrogen peroxide for 2h; Irradiation; 2.6. Photocatalytic Activity Evaluation The photocatalytic activity of the samples was evaluatedby the degradation of C.I. Reactive Blue 19 (RB-19) undervisible light irradiation. A1000 W xenon lamp was usedas the light source, and a cut-off filte was placed betweenthe lamp and the reaction solution to remove the light withwavelengths less than 400 nm. Prior to illumination, 30 mgBiVO4/Bi2WO6/MWCNT was added to the 50 mg/L dyesolution under magnetically stirring in darkness for 30 minto ensure an adsorption/desorption equilibrium for RB-19solution and photocatalyst. After that, 5 mmol/L H2O2 and1 mL 3% HCl were added to the as-made mixture to adjustthe suitable pH for dye degradation. At an irradiation intervalof every 30 min, 5 mL suspensions were collectedand centrifuged to remove the photocatalyst particles. Thenthe absorbance of RB-19 was monitored with a UV-Vis spectrophotometer at 590 nm during the photodegradationprocess
With dihydrogen peroxide; wild type ancestral fungal dye-decolorizing peroxidase AncDyPD-b1 In aq. phosphate buffer at 25℃;
With light expanded clay aggregate immobilized on Trametes hirsuta D7 from peat swamp forest at 30℃; for 24h;
With dihydrogen peroxide; dye-decolorizing peroxidase (DyP) (EC 1.11.1.19), wild type In aq. phosphate buffer at 20℃; for 0.0833333h;

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  • [ 13734-28-6 ]
  • [ 638989-54-5 ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
71% With sodium hydroxide In water at 90℃; for 6h; 2.1 Beispiel 2; Herstellung von 1-AMINO-4- ( (3- ( (2- ( ( (5S)-5-AMINO-5-CARBOXYPENTYL) amino) - ethyl) sulfonyl) phenyl) amino) -9,10-dioxo-9, 10-dihydro-2-anthracensulfon-säure- natriumsalz (Formel V); Stufe 1 6.26 g (10MMOL) Reactive Blue 19 (bezogen auf eine 100% ige Farbstoffqualität) und 2.7 g (11mmol) N (alpha)-BOC-L-Lysin werden in 30 ml Wasser gelöst und der pH-Wert mit Natronlauge 30% auf 9-9.5 eingestellt. Anschließend wird die Lösung 6 Stunden auf 90 C erwärmt, wobei der pH-Wert durch Zugabe von Natronlauge konstant gehalten auf pH 4.5 an und fällt das Reaktionsprodukt durch Zugabe von Methanol (ca. 40 ml) aus. Nach Abfiltrieren und Trocknen werden 5.4 G (71 % der Theorie) 1-Amino-4-((3-((2- ( ( (5S)-5- ( ( (1, 1-DIMETHYLETHOXY)-CARBONYL) AMINO)-5-CARBOXYPENTYL) AMINO) ETHYL) SULFONYL)- PHENYL) AMINO) -9, 10-DIOXO-9, 10-DIHYDRO-2-ANTHRACENSULFON-S URE-NATRIUMSALZ ALS BLAUES Pulver erhalten.
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  • partially deacetylated chitosan [ No CAS ]
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  • Remazol Brilliant Blue R-labeled chitosan [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
In water at 60℃; for 0.5h;
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  • [ 1393707-17-9 ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
Multi-step reaction with 2 steps 1: water; sodium hydroxide / 55 - 60 °C / pH 8.5-9 2: sodium carbonate / 1,2-dichloro-benzene; dimethyl sulfoxide / 10 h / 170 - 175 °C
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  • C27H16N2O14S3(4-)*4Na(1+) [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
Multi-step reaction with 3 steps 1.1: water; sodium hydroxide / 55 - 60 °C / pH 8.5-9 2.1: sodium carbonate / 1,2-dichloro-benzene; dimethyl sulfoxide / 10 h / 170 - 175 °C 3.1: sulfuric acid / 4 h / 20 - 90 °C 3.2: 2 h / 65 - 70 °C / pH 9
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  • C34H23N2O14S3(3-)*3Na(1+) [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
Multi-step reaction with 4 steps 1.1: water; sodium hydroxide / 55 - 60 °C / pH 8.5-9 2.1: sodium carbonate / 1,2-dichloro-benzene; dimethyl sulfoxide / 10 h / 170 - 175 °C 3.1: sulfuric acid / 4 h / 20 - 90 °C 3.2: 2 h / 65 - 70 °C / pH 9 4.1: sodium hydroxide / water / 9.5 h / 75 - 80 °C / pH 9
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  • uniblue A [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
With water; sodium hydroxide at 55 - 60℃; 1.1 Embodiment 1 (1) Add 100 parts of meta-CI Reactive Blue 19 and 490 parts of water into the reactor, stir, and then heat to 55° C.-60° C. Acids are generated during the reaction. Dilute sodium hydroxide solution is used to neutralize the resulting acid and promote the reaction, so that the reaction solution is maintained at pH 8.5-9.0. When the pH of the reaction solution basically gets stable, the reaction ends. High performance liquid chromatogram (HPLC) can also be used to determine whether the reaction is completed. After the completion of the reaction, adjust the pH to 9.0 and stir for 1 h. A large amount of solid, i.e., (Ill-RB 19) compound, will be precipitated. Filter out and dry the solid, and 83.1 parts of compound III’ -RB 19 will be obtained, which is a blue purple powdet Mass spectrometry: Ill-RB 19: mlz (-): 483.2 ([M-HL’). The most abundant precise molecular mass (M) of the intermediate dye product Ill-RB 19 (as free sulfonic acid) is 484.2.
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  • C34H32N2O16S3 [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
Multi-step reaction with 3 steps 1: sodium hydroxide / water / 55 - 60 °C / pH 8.5 - 9 2: sodium carbonate / 1,2-dichloro-benzene; dimethyl sulfoxide / 10 h / 170 - 175 °C 3: sulfuric acid; sulfur trioxide / 4.5 h / 20 - 90 °C
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  • C34H23N2O14S3(3-)*3Na(1+) [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
Multi-step reaction with 5 steps 1.1: sodium hydroxide / water / 55 - 60 °C / pH 8.5 - 9 2.1: sodium carbonate / 1,2-dichloro-benzene; dimethyl sulfoxide / 10 h / 170 - 175 °C 3.1: sulfuric acid; sulfur trioxide / 4.5 h / 20 - 90 °C 4.1: water; sulfuric acid / 2 h / 65 - 70 °C 4.2: pH 9 5.1: water / 9.5 h / 75 - 80 °C / pH 9 5.2: pH 9
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  • C35H25N2O14S3(3-)*3Na(1+) [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
Multi-step reaction with 5 steps 1.1: sodium hydroxide / water / 55 - 60 °C / pH 8.5 - 9 2.1: sodium carbonate / 1,2-dichloro-benzene; dimethyl sulfoxide / 10 h / 170 - 175 °C 3.1: sulfuric acid; sulfur trioxide / 4.5 h / 20 - 90 °C 4.1: water; sulfuric acid / 2 h / 65 - 70 °C 4.2: pH 9 5.1: water / 9.5 h / 75 - 80 °C / pH 9 5.2: pH 9
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  • C34H22N3O16S3(3-)*3Na(1+) [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
Multi-step reaction with 5 steps 1.1: sodium hydroxide / water / 55 - 60 °C / pH 8.5 - 9 2.1: sodium carbonate / 1,2-dichloro-benzene; dimethyl sulfoxide / 10 h / 170 - 175 °C 3.1: sulfuric acid; sulfur trioxide / 4.5 h / 20 - 90 °C 4.1: water; sulfuric acid / 2 h / 65 - 70 °C 4.2: pH 9 5.1: water / 9.5 h / 75 - 80 °C / pH 9 5.2: pH 9
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  • C34H31N2O13S2(1-)*Na(1+) [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
Multi-step reaction with 2 steps 1: sodium hydroxide / water / 55 - 60 °C / pH 8.5 - 9 2: sodium carbonate / 1,2-dichloro-benzene; dimethyl sulfoxide / 10 h / 170 - 175 °C
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  • C27H16N2O14S3(4-)*4Na(1+) [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
Multi-step reaction with 4 steps 1.1: sodium hydroxide / water / 55 - 60 °C / pH 8.5 - 9 2.1: sodium carbonate / 1,2-dichloro-benzene; dimethyl sulfoxide / 10 h / 170 - 175 °C 3.1: sulfuric acid; sulfur trioxide / 4.5 h / 20 - 90 °C 4.1: water; sulfuric acid / 2 h / 65 - 70 °C 4.2: pH 9
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  • C11H7N2O8S(1-)*Na(1+) [ No CAS ]
  • [ 40082-29-9 ]
  • Reactive Blue 19 vinyl sulfone [ No CAS ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
With dihydrogen peroxide; oxygen; titanium(IV) oxide In aq. buffer at 20℃; for 0.5h; Irradiation; Sealed tube; Darkness; Experimental Photocatalytic reactions were conducted in a sealed photolysis chamber equipped with an Ushio UXL-500D-O 500 W broad spectrum Xe lamp, the output of which closely mimics the solar spectrum. The light flux was monitored to ensure that it was constant across all experiments. The dye-catalyst slurry in the quartz tube was placed into the chamber and stirred magnetically for 15 min in the dark. A 3 mL sample was then withdrawn using a syringe and the lamp was switched on. Further samples were withdrawn after 15, 30, 40, 60, 90, and 120 min of irradiation. Each sample was centrifuged three times (2900 g, 3 min). After each centrifugation, the supernatant was decanted to remove any remaining catalyst. This procedure was optimized to minimize variability in UV-vis spectra, which is believed to be due to the effect of trace TiO2 in solution. The resultant solution was refrigerated at 4°C in the dark and characterized within 480 min. All reactions were performed in triplicate to ensure reproducibility. For aeration experiments, oxygen was gently bubbled through the system during photocatalysis. Care was taken to ensure that the flow of oxygen stayed constant between reactions.
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  • [ 88-99-3 ]
YieldReaction ConditionsOperation in experiment
With chitosan/polyaniline/CdS nanocomposite for 2h; Irradiation; The efficiency of prepared nanocomposite in mineralizationof RB19, total organic carbon (TOC) value was measured dur-ing the photocatalytic degradation of RB19. For this propose, asolution containing 20 mg L-1RB19 and 200 mg L-1CS/PAni/CdSwas irradiated visible light intensity of 55.18 W m-2. During theexperiment, samples were taken and TOC values were measuredusing a Shimadzu TOC analyzer (TOC-VCHS). At the end of exper-iment (120 min), the organic products remaining in solution wasextracted by 30 mL dichloromethane three times. This procedurewas repeated three times. The resulted organic solution was ana-lyzed by GC-MS. The GC peaks which had been repeated inthree analyses were utilized for identifying the photocatalyticdegradation products of RB19. A Thermo/Finnigan Trace GC gaschromatograph with a 30 m length and 0.25 mm diameter HP-5MScapillary column coupled with a Thermo/Finnigan Trace MS Plusmass spectrometer operating in EI mode at 70 eV was utilized forGC-MS analysis.
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