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A MINI REVIEW ON THE INDIGO DERIVATIVES

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Özgül Haklı
J Ong Chem Res, 2018, 3 (2), 50-53, doi: , ISSN 2651-4338
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Abstract:

The current review aims to collect short information about application field, properties of indigo dyes. Indigo dye is blue colour used as colorant for painting and dying. The structure of the indigo includes  the central double bond connecting the two rings with two carbonyl groups (electron acceptor group), carbon-carbon double bonds, aromatic core and NH (electron donor groups). Indigo has a much longer wavelength of absorption maximum (λmax: 600-610 nm). It is the source of the color in blue jeans. Indigo are in the field of optoelectronic devices, organic light-emitting diode, sensors, organic photonics, organic solar cells, and biodegradable organic field effect transistors displays, and integrated circuits. Indigo dye represents an interesting class of organic semiconducting materials.

Keywords: chemistry, indigo, organic semiconducting materials, solar cells materials, indigo in synthesis,
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Bibliographic Information

Özgül Haklı (2018). A MINI REVIEW ON THE INDIGO DERIVATIVES, Journal of Ongoing Chemical Research, 3(2): 50-53

Bibtex Citation
@review{Özgül_haklı2018jocr,
author = {Özgül Haklı},
title = {A MINI REVIEW ON THE INDIGO DERIVATIVES},
journal = {Journal of Ongoing Chemical Research},
year = {2018},
volume = {3},
number = {2},
pages = {50-53},
doi = {},
url = {https://scimatic.org/show_manuscript/20}
}
APA Citation
Haklı, Ö., (2018). A MINI REVIEW ON THE INDIGO DERIVATIVES. Journal of Ongoing Chemical Research, 3(2), 50-53. https://doi.org/