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Study by Absorption and Emission Spectrophotometry of a Series of Red Dyes Capable of Destroying Far UV Rays

Received: Apr. 30, 2023    Accepted: May 13, 2023    Published: Aug. 28, 2023
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The far ultraviolet rays are harmful to human health, particularly for their mutagenic effects; it can cause skin cancer, cataracts, photochemical pollution. In the future, chemists plan to use it as weapons for the destruction of objects. Therefore, we should meet this future challenge by scientific means in order to snuff out its far-ultraviolet rays. In this paper, we’ve intend to carry out a deep spectral study on a series of red dyes such as: beet red; congo red; methyl red; neutral red; phenol red and carminic acid, to find out which are able to damage far ultraviolet rays by absorption. The analysis methods used are UV-Vis absorption spectrophotometry and emission spectrophotometry. The experimental results have been carried out in our laboratory; have shown that certain red dyes have an ability to absorb light in the far ultraviolet range below 200 nm; this is due to their chemical structures. Therefore, they are able to dodging far ultraviolet rays. Moreover, the spectral analyzes by fluorescence of the series of red dyes studied, have showed that these red dyes emit beyond 600 nm.

DOI 10.11648/j.ajpst.20230903.11
Published in American Journal of Polymer Science and Technology ( Volume 9, Issue 3, September 2023 )
Page(s) 26-39
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Red Dyes, Absorption and Emission Spectrophotometry, Far UV

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  • Department of Science and Technology (ST), Faculty of Science & Technology, University Mustapha Stambouli of Mascara, Mascara, Algeria;Process Engineering and Solution Chemistry Laboratory (LGPCS), Mascara, Algeria

  • Department of Science and Technology (ST), Faculty of Science & Technology, University Mustapha Stambouli of Mascara, Mascara, Algeria;Process Engineering and Solution Chemistry Laboratory (LGPCS), Mascara, Algeria

  • Department of Science and Technology (ST), Faculty of Science & Technology, University Mustapha Stambouli of Mascara, Mascara, Algeria;Process Engineering and Solution Chemistry Laboratory (LGPCS), Mascara, Algeria

  • Department of Science and Technology (ST), Faculty of Science & Technology, University Mustapha Stambouli of Mascara, Mascara, Algeria;Process Engineering and Solution Chemistry Laboratory (LGPCS), Mascara, Algeria

  • Department of Science and Technology (ST), Faculty of Science & Technology, University Mustapha Stambouli of Mascara, Mascara, Algeria;Process Engineering and Solution Chemistry Laboratory (LGPCS), Mascara, Algeria

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