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Additional Problems 353 Congo red is used as a direct dye for cotton. Write equations to show how it can be synthesized from benzidine and 1-aminonaphthalene-4-sulfonic acid. ?

Novel reactive dyes, there mixtures and processes thereof Abstract The present invention relates to polyazo reactive dyes comprising of stilbene or diaminodiphenylsulfone derivatives of formula (1), Formula (2) and Formula (3). Where, A= 4,4'-diaminostilbene-2,2'-disulphonic acid; 4:4'-Diaminodiphenylsufone; 3:3'-Diaminodiphenylsulfone which can be applied as single dye or as mixture with other compatible dyestuffs for dyeing a wide variety of fibre materials selected from, cellulose, polyamide or protein fibres and yield dyeings having good allround fastness properties. Classifications C09B62/513 Disazo or polyazo dyes View 7 more classifications WO2013008201A2 WIPO (PCT) Download PDF Find Prior Art Similar Other languagesFrenchInventorPankaj DesaiJay Patel Worldwide applications 2012 WO Application PCT/IB2012/053571 events 2011-07-12 Priority to IN1462/MUM/2011 2011-07-12 Priority to IN1462MU2011 2012-07-12 Application filed by Colourtex Industries Limited 2013-01-17 Publication of WO2013008201A2 2013-07-04 Publication of WO2013008201A3 InfoPatent citations (13) Cited by (3) Legal events Similar documents Priority and Related ApplicationsExternal linksEspacenetGlobal DossierPatentScopeDiscuss Description NOVEL REACTIVE DYES, THERE MIXTURES AND PROCESSES THEREOF Field of the Invention The present invention relates to polyazo reactive dyes comprising of stilbene or diaminodiphenylsulfone derivatives and processes for the preparation thereof. Background of the invention and prior art Diaminodiphenyl derivatives of the formula (4) are very widely used and well known intermediate in the dyestuff chemistry. These intermediates are mainly explored for the synthesis of Direct a Figure imgf000003_0001 X= -CH=CH-; S02; -NH-S02-; -NHCO-; -CO-... etc. As such these intermediates has very limited or no utilization in the synthesis of Reactive Dyes. Some of the following patent literatures represent the some specific reactive dye molecules based on these intermediates. US patent 6013775 discloses polyazo compounds which are useful as dyes for dyeing material or synthetic substrates and is provide by the formula Figure imgf000003_0002 Where one of the two radicals XI and X2 is hydroxyl and the other is amino, p and q are each independently of the other 0 or 1 , Dl and D2 are each independently of the other a radical of the formula Figure imgf000004_0001 And B is a bridge member are prepared using novel sulfonamide intermediates and are useful as dyes for dyeing natural or synthetic substrates. It is further disclosed that B is -SCb-NH-A^NH-SCV, -SCb-NCAU -A^NH-SC , -S02-N(Alk)-A1-N(Alk)-S02-, -SOz-NCAU -A^O-SC , -SCb-O-A^O-SCV, -S02-N(Alk)- S02-N(Alk)-S02-, -S02-NH-A2- NH-S02-,-S03- or S02, Further column 17 & 18 disclose compound of the formula, Figure imgf000004_0002 Most closest rior art US2008047079 discloses polyazo dyes of the formula Figure imgf000004_0003 Wherein T is a radical of the general formula Figure imgf000004_0004 wherein B is a bridging element of the formula -NH-, -CO-, -S02-, -CH=CH-, -CH2-CH2-, -NH-CO-, -NH-S02-,-S02-NH-S02- or a direct bond. The main objective of US2008047079 is to provide better solution for dyeing leather to overcome issue with most commonly used acid and direct dyes with polyazo reactive dyes which can have good affinity and fixation on leather. Although claim 11 of US2008047079 mentioned general formula 1 which is very wide and in subsequent claims it was limited to specific substituents and in particular with radical T it disclosed only -NH-, -NH-CO- and - NH-SO2-. Other patent literature discloses use of these intermediate in the synthesis of Bis, tris, tetra and poly azo Direct and Acid dyes such as; EP0013750; US5272259; US4390470; US2056539; EP0498217; US5785718; US4169832; EP2022828 and US5431723. Ob jects of the Invention: It is an object of the present invention to provide bis, tris, tetra and poly azo reactive dyes based on derivatives of 4, 4'-diaminostilbene-2, 2'-disulphonic acid; 4:4'- Diaminodiphenylsufone and 3:3'-Diamino diphenyl sulfone of the respective formula (1) to obtain novel black, blue, red, brown and yellow reactive dyes with very deeper shades and overall good fastness properties particularly washing fastness and light fastness. It is another object of the present invention to provide reactive azo dyes based on derivatives of 4,4'-diaminostilbene-2,2'-disulphonic acid; 4:4'-Diaminodiphenylsufone and 3:3'-Diamino diphenyl sulfone of the respective formula (2) with excellent fastness properties especially washing fastness and light fastness. It is yet another object of the present invention to provide reactive azo dyes based on derivatives of 4,4'-diaminostilbene-2,2'-disulphonic acid; 4:4'-Diaminodiphenylsufone and 3:3'-Diamino diphenyl sulfone of the respective formula (3) with excellent fastness properties and very good build up. It is a further object of the present invention to provide a process for the preparation of compounds of formula (1), Formula (2) and Formula (3). It is a further object of the present invention to apply as single dye or as mixture, or in combination with other compatible dyestuffs containing vinylsulfone and/or heterocyclic reactive groups, preferably applied in dichromatic or trichromatic combinations, to achieve very deep shades, and excellent fastness properties. Summary of the invention: According to an aspect of the present invention there is provided polyazo dyes of the formula (1) and mixtures thereof, Figure imgf000006_0001 m Where, A= 4,4'-diaminostilbene-2,2'-disulphonic acid; 4:4'-Diaminodiphenylsufone; 3 : 3 '-Diaminodiphenylsulfone X & Y are same or different in combination of followings l-Amino-8-Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6-disulphonic acid. l-Amino-7-Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6-disulphonic acid. 1- Amino-7-Hydroxy naphthalene-6-sulphonic acid. 7-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Gamma acid) N-Methyl-Gamma acid 2- Amino-5-hydroxy-7-naphthalenesulfonic acid (J acid) l-Hydroxy-6-(methylamino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid (N-methyl J-acid) l-Hydroxy-6-(2'-Carboxy ethyl amino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid l-Hydroxy-6-(2'-sulfo ethyl amino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid And similar N-substituted alkyl derivatives. l:3-Diamino benzene (m- phenyl enediamine) l:4-Diamino benzene (p- phenylenediamine) l:4-Diamino benzene sulphonic acid (PPDSA) l:3-Diamino benzene sulphonic acid (MPDSA) l:3-Diamino benzoic acid 2:4-Diamino toluene 3:4-Diamino toluene 1 :3-Dihydroxy benzene, l:5/l:8-Diamino naphthalene 1:5/1: 8-Dihydroxy naphthalene and similar diamino, amino hydroxy and dihydroxy benzene and naphthalene derivatives; wherein X and Y are not simultaneously l-Amino-8-Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6-disulphonic acid (H acid); R 1 & R 2 = Amino benzene or naphthalene derivatives containing at least one or more vinylsulphone reactive group with or without -SO3H, alkyl, alkoxy and halo substituent on benzene or naphthalene ring. R3 & R5= May be same or different in combination of CI; F; C1-C4 Alkoxy, -NH2, -NHCN, - C1-C4 alkylamine, Alkyl amino sulfone derivatives, alkyl amino acids, alkyl amino sulphonic acid derivatives etc. R4 & R6= N, CH, C-Cl. According to another aspect of the present invention there is provided polyazo dyes of the formula (2) and mixtures thereof, Figure imgf000007_0001 According to another aspect of the present invention there is provided polyazo dyes of the formula (3) and mixtures thereof, Figure imgf000007_0002 According to yet another aspect of the invention there is provided a process for the preparation of compounds of formula (1), formula (2) and formula (3). Detailed Description of the present invention The present invention describes a new and unique class of polyazo dyes comprising of stilbene or diaminodiphenylsulfone derivatives, processes for preparing said dyes, and methods for applying these dyes to fibers. In its most basic embodiment the dyes of the present invention have the structure of formula (4) Figure imgf000008_0001 X= -CH=CH-; S02; -NH-S02-; -NHCO-; -CO-... etc. which is further substituted with azo groups and amino groups which are further substituted. According to one embodiment, there is provided polyazo dyes based on the formula (1), formula (2) and formula (3), Figure imgf000008_0002 Figure imgf000008_0003 (2) Figure imgf000008_0004 Where, A= 4,4'-diaminostilbene-2,2'-disulphonic acid; (DASDSA) 4:4'-Diaminodiphenylsufone; (4,4'-DADPS) 3 : 3 '-Diaminodiphenylsulfone (3,3' -DADPS) X & Y are same or different in combination of followings l-Amino-8-Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6-disulphonic acid. (H acid) 1- Amino-7-Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6-disulphonic acid. l-Amino-7-Hydroxy naphthalene-6-sulphonic acid. 7-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Gamma acid) N-Methyl-Gamma acid 2- Amino-5-hydroxy-7-naphthalenesulfonic acid (J acid) l-Hydroxy-6-(methylamino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid (N-methyl J-acid) l-Hydroxy-6-(2'-Carboxy ethyl amino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid l-Hydroxy-6-(2'-sulfo ethyl amino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid And similar N-substituted alkyl derivatives. l:3-Diamino benzene (m- phenyl enediamine) l:4-Diamino benzene (p- phenylenediamine) 2:5-Diamino benzene sulphonic acid (PPDSA) 2:4-Diamino benzene sulphonic acid (MPDSA) l:3-Diamino benzoic acid 2:4-Diamino toluene 3:4-Diamino toluene 1:3 -Dihydroxy benzene, l:5/l:8-Diamino naphthalene 1:5/1: 8-Dihydroxy naphthalene and similar diamino, amino hydroxy and dihydroxy benzene and naphthalene derivatives; wherein in formula (1), X and Y are not simultaneously 1- Amino- 8 -Hydroxy naphthalene- 3:6-disulphonic acid (H acid); R 1 & R 2 = Amino benzene or naphthalene derivatives containing at least one or more vinylsulphone reactive group with or without -SO3H, alkyl, alkoxy and halo substituent on benzene or naphthalene ring. R3 & R5= May be R3 & R5 are same or different in combination of CI; F; C1-C4 Alkoxy, - NH2, -NHCN, -C1-C4 alkylamine, Alkyl amino sulfone derivatives, alkyl amino acids, alkyl amino sulphonic acid derivatives etc. R4 & R6= N, CH, C-Cl. The poly azo dyes of formula 1 are preferably selected from formula ( ) Figure imgf000010_0001 Where, A= 4,4'-diaminostilbene-2,2'-disulphonic acid; (DASDSA) 4:4'-Diaminodiphenylsufone; (4,4'-DADPS) 3 : 3 '-Diaminodiphenylsulfone (3,3' -DADPS) R 7 , R 8 , R 9^ and R 110 = May be same or different in combination of -H, -SO3H, alkyl and halo. R11 = -CH2CH2COOH, -CH2CH2CN, -CH2CH2CONH2, -CH2COOH, -CH2CH2SO3H, -CH2CH(CH3)COOH, -CH2CH2OS03H, -CH2CH2COCH3, -CH2CH2COOC2H5; and also their mixtures with each or one another. In another embodiment, there is provided a process for the preparation of compounds of formula (1), formula (2) and formula (3). While diamino diphenyl derivative as described by formula (4) is tetraazotized and coupled with mono azo dyes obtained by coupling of diamino, amino hydroxyl or dihydroxy benzene & naphthalene derivatives with diazotized primary aromatic amine containing at least one vinylsulphone reactive group under appropriate condition to get novel reactive dyes of formula (1) having very high optical density and excellent build up and all around fastness properties. Figure imgf000011_0001 monoazo dye STEP-2 Figure imgf000011_0002 In another embodiment, Bisazo amino/hydroxyl intermediate may be linked to suitable chromophores through a suitable heterocyclic reactive intermediate which may or may not be prior substituted or subsequently condensed with any of the substituent described as R and/or R5 to get novel reactive dyes of formula (2) having very excellent build up and all around fastness properties. The following examples of linking compounds serve to illustrate this embodiment without in any way limiting the range of possible linking components: cyanuric chloride, cyanuric fluoride, trifluoro chloropyrimidine, trifluoro pyrimidine. STEP-1 Figure imgf000011_0003 Hal= CI or F R4= N, CH, C-CI Heterocyclic linking component Figure imgf000011_0004 STEP-3 Figure imgf000012_0001 STEP-4 Figure imgf000012_0002 (2) In yet another embodiment, diamino diphenyl derivative as described by formula (4) may be linked with diamino, amino hydroxyl or dihydroxy benzene & naphthalene derivatives through a suitable bifunctional intermediate heterocyclic reactive intermediate which may or may not be prior substituted or subsequently condensed with any of the substituent described The following examples of linking compounds serve to illustrate this embodiment without in anyway limiting the range of possible linking components: cyanuric chloride, cyanuric fluoride, trifluoro chloropyrimidine, trifluoro pyrimidine. This is further coupled with diazotized amino benzene or naphthalene derivatives containing at least one or more vinylsulphone reactive group to get novel reactive dyes of formula (3) having very high optical density and excellent build up and all around fastness properties. STEP-1 Figure imgf000012_0003 Hal= CI or F R4= N, CH, C-CI lntermediate-1 Figure imgf000013_0001 (3) All novel reactive dyes described as formula(l), formula(2) and formula(3) can be applied as single dye or as mixtures or in combination with other compatible dyestuffs containing vinylsulfone and/or heterocyclic reactive groups, preferably applied in dichromatic or trichromatic combinations, to achieve very deep shades, and excellent fastness properties. Application: The present invention provides a process for dyeing from aqueous bath and printing of fiber materials with the dyes of the present invention. In particular, cellulose, natural cellulose fibers such as cotton, linen or hemp, especially cotton, and regenerated cellulose such as viscose or lyocell, polyamide fibers such as nylon 6, nylon 6.6 or protein fibers such as wool, silk or leather are preferred fiber materials. The dyes are also suitable for dyeing and printing of fiber blends containing the mentioned cellulose, polyamide or protein fiber materials. The dyes of the invention can be applied to and fixed on the fiber material in various ways, in particular in the form of aqueous dye solutions and print pastes. They are suitable for known application techniques which are established for the application of reactive dyes, in particular exhaust method, padding method, whereby the material is impregnated with aqueous, salt containing or salt free solutions of the dyes, and fixed after alkali treatment or in presence of alkali with or without heating, and printing methods, conventional or digital (ink jet) printing. After fixing, the dye and prints are rinsed and thoroughly washed with cold or hot water containing auxiliary agents such as detergents or surfactants that promote the wash-off of unfixed portions. Coloration in deep shades is often a challenge, especially when high fastness to washing, contact and perspiration is concerned. All known dyes have limitations in this respect. The present dyes are of from Yellow to Black colour and are especially suitable for dyeing in deep shades, applied as single dye or as mixture in the present invention, or in combination with other compatible dyestuffs containing vinylsulfone and/or heterocyclic reactive groups, preferably applied in dichromatic or trichromatic combinations, while exhibiting superior properties in coloration technology compared to known mixtures of state of the art, with regard to achieving very deep shades, and excellent fastness properties. Examples of suitable alkali used for fixation include alkali hydroxide, alkali carbonate, alkali silicate, of which sodium hydroxide, sodium carbonate, sodium silicate are preferred. The amount of dye applied in the dyebath can vary according to the desired depth of shade, generally an amount of 0.01 to 10 % per weight of fabric is suitable, and in particular 0.2 to 8% per weight of fabric is preferred. The dyebath may contain additions of auxiliaries such as inorganic salt, preferably sodium chloride or sodium sulfate, to support the exhaustion of the dyes onto the fiber material, and in padding process urea, and in printing applications thickening pastes such as alginate thickenings. In exhaust dyeing process, the preferred procedure is dyeing from an aqueous batch, in the presence of 20-100 g/L salt, sodium chloride or sodium sulfate, and a liquor ratio of 1:2 to 1:50, preferably 1 :3 to 1:30, at a dyebath pH of 7-13, preferably 9-11, and at a temperature of 40-90°C, preferably 70-90 °C. The dyeing obtained with the dyes of the present invention has excellent fixation yield and excellent build-up. The obtained dye-fiber bond is of high stability not only in the acid but also in the alkaline range, also good light fastness and very good wash fastness, even in deep shades, as well as good contact fastness to water and perspiration. Moreover, the dyeing obtained with the dyes of the first part of the present invention represents formula (1) are dischargeable and can be applied in discharge printing. Leather is dyed using dyeing procedure described in US2008047079 for comparative study. Example: 1 (A) 28.8 parts of 2-[(4-Aminophenyl)sulfonyl]ethyl hydrogensulfate (p-VS ester) are introduced into 400 parts of ice-water and 15 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid with small amount of wetting agent under efficient stirring, cool the reaction mass to 0-5 °C with ice. A solution of 7.3 parts of Sodium Nitrite in 25 parts of water is added slowly in 10-15 minutes. Check reaction mass for excess of nitrite and stir for 2 hrs. After two hrs excess nitrite is destroyed by addition sulfamic acid. Add 32 parts of l-amino-8-hydroxy naphthalene-3,6- disulphonic acid at 0-5°C and stir for 4-5 hrs at 0-5°C until coupling is complete. (B) 34.5 parts of 4-Amino-3-sulfophenyl-2'-sulfatoethylsulfone (SulphoVS ester) are introduced into 400 parts of ice-water and 15 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid with small amount of wetting agent under efficient stirring, cool the reaction mass to 0-5 °C with ice. A solution of 7.3 parts of Sodium Nitrite in 25 parts of water is added slowly in 10-15 minutes. Check reaction mass for excess of nitrite and stir for 2 hrs. After two hrs excess nitrite is destroyed by addition sulfamic acid. Add 24 parts of 2-amino-5-hydroxy-7- naphthalenesulphonic acid at 0-5 °C and stir for 4-5 hrs at 0-5 °C until coupling is complete. (C) 15.2 parts of 3,3'-Diaminodiphenylsulfone are charged into 400 parts of water, stir for 15-30 minutes and slowly adjust pH 7-7.5 with caustic soda lye to obtain clear solution. Add 7.3 parts of sodium nitrite and stir to dissolve. This solution is added slowly over a period of 2-3 hrs in 800 parts ice and 30 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid keeping temperature below 5°C with ice as needed. After completion of addition continue stirring at 0-5 °C with excess of nitrite for another 2 hrs. Destroy excess nitrite with sulfamic acid. (D) Add coupling mass (A) to above tetra azo solution (C) at 0-5 °C in 30 minutes. Stir further 30 minutes at 0-5°C temperature and then adjust pH 2.5-3.0 with 20% soda ash solution. Stir further at this pH and let temperature raises up to 10-15°C till coupling is completed. When first coupling is completed again cool down to 5-10°C and add coupling mass (B) in 30 minutes at 5-10°C, stir for further 30 minutes without adjusting pH. After 30 minutes raise pH up to 6.0-6.5 with 20% soda ash solution and maintain at this pH till completion of coupling. Finally dye of formula (1-A) is isolated by filtration after salting out or by drying reaction mass at low temperature. Figure imgf000016_0001 (1-A) The product (1-A) obtained as dark blue powder which dyes cotton in very deep navy blue shade with good all around fastness properties. Example-2: The dyestuffs of the formula 1 are synthesized using same method as described in Example- 1 to get following dyes described in table 1 : R2 N=N X— N=N A N=N— Y N=N- (1 ) Table 1 A X R2 Y Rl λ SHADE Max 4,4'- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-amino-5- 2-[(4- 642 Navy Diaminostilbene hydroxy Aminophenyl) hydroxy -7- Aminophenyl) -3.3'-disulphonic naphthalene - sulfonyl] ethyl naphthalenesul sulfonyl] ethyl acid 3.6-disulphonic hydrogen sulfate phonic acid hydrogen acid sulfate 4,4'- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-amino-5- 4-Amino-3- 666 Navy Diaminostilbene hydroxy Aminophenyl) hydroxy -7- sulfophenyl 2- -3.3'-disulphonic naphthalene - sulfonyl] ethyl naphthalenesul sulfatoethylsul acid 3.6-disulphonic hydrogen sulfate phonic acid fone acid 4,4'- 2-Amino-5- 2-[(4- 2 -Amino -5- 2-[(4- 518 Rubine Diaminostilbene hydroxy Aminophenyl) hydroxy-7- Aminophenyl) -3.3'-disulphonic -7- sulfonyl] ethyl naphthalenesulf sulfonyl] ethyl acid naphthalenesulfo hydrogen sulfate onic acid hydrogen nic acid sulfate 4,4'- 7-Amino-l- 2-[(4- 7-Amino-l- 2-[(4- 510 Red Diaminostilbene naphthol Aminophenyl) naphthol-3- Aminophenyl) -3.3'-disulphonic -3 -sulfonic acid sulfonyl] ethyl sulfonic acid sulfonyl] ethyl acid hydrogen sulfate hydrogen sulfate 3,3'- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-amino-5- 2-[(4- 605 Navy diaminodiphenyl hydroxy Aminophenyl) hydroxy-7- Aminophenyl) sulfone naphthalene-3.6- sulfonyl] ethyl naphthalenesul sulfonyl] ethyl disulphonic acid hydrogen sulfate phonic acid hydrogen sulfate 3,3'- 2-Amino-5- 4-Amino-3- 2 -Amino -5- 4-Amino-3- 526 Red diaminodiphenyl hydroxy sulfophenyl 2- hydroxy sulfophenyl 2- Brown sulfone -7- sulfatoethylsulfon -7- sulfatoethylsul naphthalenesulfo e naphthalenesulf fone nic acid onic acid 3,3'- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 7-Amino-l- 2-[(4- 570 Red diaminodiphenyl hydroxy Aminophenyl) naphthol-3- Aminophenyl) Brown sulfone naphthalene-3.6- sulfonyl] ethyl sulfonic acid sulfonyl] ethyl disulphonic acid hydrogen sulfate hydrogen sulfate 3,3'- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- l-Hydroxy-6- 4-Amino-3- 530 Red diaminodiphenyl hydroxy Aminophenyl) (2'- sulfophenyl 2- sulfone naphthalene-3.6- sulfonyl] ethyl Carboxyethyla sulfatoethylsul disulphonic acid hydrogen sulfate mino) -3- fone naphthalenesulf onic acid 4,4'- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2 -Amino -5- 4-Amino-3- 625 Navy diaminodiphenyl hydroxy Aminophenyl) hydroxy-7- sulfophenyl 2- sulfone naphthalene-3.6- sulfonyl] ethyl naphthalenesulf sulfatoethylsul disulphonic acid hydrogen sulfate onic acid fone 4,4'- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 7-Amino-l- 2-[(4- 579 Red diaminodiphenyl hydroxy Aminophenyl) naphthol-3- Aminophenyl) Brown sulfone naphthalene-3.6- sulfonyl] ethyl sulfonic acid sulfonyl] ethyl disulphonic acid hydrogen sulfate hydrogen sulfate 4,4'- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- l-Hydroxy-6- 2-[(4- 539 Red diaminodiphenyl hydroxy Aminophenyl) (2'- Aminophenyl) sulfone naphthalene-3.6- sulfonyl] ethyl Carboxyethyla sulfonyl] ethyl disulphonic acid hydrogen sulfate mino) hydrogen -3- sulfate naphthalenesulf onic acid 4,4'- l-amino-8- 4-Amino-3- 2 -Amino -5- 4-Amino-3- 645 Navy diaminodiphenyl hydroxy sulfophenyl 2- hydroxy-7- sulfophenyl 2- sulfone naphthalene-3.6- sulfatoethylsulfon naphthalenesulf sulfatoethylsul disulphonic acid e onic acid fone Example-3: (A) 28.8 parts of 2-[(4-Aminophenyl)sulfonyl]ethyl hydrogen sulfate are introduced into 400 parts of ice- water and 15 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid with efficient stirring, cool the reaction mass to 0-5°C with ice. A solution of 7.3 parts of Sodium Nitrite in 25 parts of water is added slowly in 10-15 minutes. Check reaction mass for excess of nitrite and stir for 2 hrs. After two hrs excess nitrite is destroyed by addition sulfamic acid. Add 18.6 parts of 2,4- diaminobenzene sulphonic acid at 0-5 °C and stir for 4-5 hrs at 0-5 °C until coupling is complete. (B) 19 parts of 4,4'-Diaminostilbene-3,3'-disulphonic acid are charged into 400 parts of water, stir for 15-30 minutes and slowly adjust pH 7-7.5 with caustic soda lye to obtain clear solution. Add 7.3 parts of sodium nitrite and stir to dissolve. This solution is added slowly over a period of 2-3 hrs in 800 parts ice and 30 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid keeping temperature below 5°C with ice as needed. After completion of addition continue stirring at 0-5 °C with excess of nitrite for another 2 hrs. Destroy excess nitrite with sulfamic acid. (C) Add solution (A) to above tetra azo solution (B) at 0-5°C in 30 minutes. Stir further 5-6 hrs maintaining 0-5°C temperature and then adjust pH 6-6.5 with 20% soda ash solution. Stir further at this pH and temperature till coupling is completed. Finally dye of formula (1-B) is isolated by filtration after salting out or by drying reaction mass at low temperature. Figure imgf000018_0001 (1-B) The product (1-B) obtained as orange coloured powder which dyes cotton in very deep orange shade with good all around fastness properties. Example-4: The dyestuffs of the formula 1 are synthesized using same method as described in Example to get following dyes described in table 2: R2 N=N X— N=N A N=N— Y N=N R1 (1 ) Table 2 λ A X R2 Y Rl Max SHADE 4,4'- Diaminostilben 2.4- 2-[(4- 2.4- 2-[(4- e-3.3'- Diaminobenze Aminophenyl) sul Diaminobenze Aminophenyl) sul disulphonic nesulphonic fonyl] ethyl nesulphonic fonyljethyl acid acid hydrogen sulfate acid hydrogen sulfate 470 Orange 4,4'- Diaminostilben 2.4- 4-Amino-3- 2.4- 4-Amino-3- e-3.3'- Diaminobenze sulfophenyl 2- Diaminobenze sulfophenyl 2- disulphonic nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo acid acid ne acid ne 475 Orange 4,4'- Diaminostilben 2.4- 2.4- 2-Methoxy-4-(2- e-3.3'- Diaminobenze 2-Methoxy-4-(2- Diaminobenze (2- disulphonic nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo acid acid nyl)aniline acid nyl)aniline 462 Orange 4,4'- Diaminostilben 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- e-3.3'- sulfophenyl 2- sulfophenyl 2- disulphonic l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulfo l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulfo acid benzoic acid ne benzoic acid ne 484 Orange 4,4'- Diaminostilben 2.4- 2-[(4- 4-Amino-3- e-3.3'- Diaminobenze Aminophenyl) sul 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- disulphonic nesulphonic fonyl] ethyl Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo acid acid hydrogen sulfate ne ne 484 Orange 4,4'- Diaminostilben 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- e-3.3'- 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- disulphonic Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo Red acid ne ne ne ne 504 Brown 4,4'- Diaminostilben 4-Amino-3- 2-[(4- e-3.3'- 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- Aminophenyl) sul disulphonic Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo l:3-Diamino fonyl]ethyl Red acid ne ne benzoic acid hydrogen sulfate 488 Brown 4,4'- Diaminostilben 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- e-3.3'- sulfophenyl 2- sulfophenyl 2- disulphonic l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulfo l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulfo Red acid toluene ne toluene ne 502 Brown 2.4- 2-[(4- 2.4- 2-[(4- 3,3'- Diaminobenze Aminophenyl) sul Diaminobenze Aminophenyl) sul diaminodiphen nesulphonic fonyl] ethyl nesulphonic fonyl]ethyl ylsulfone acid hydrogen sulfate acid hydrogen sulfate 420 Yellow 2.4- 4-Amino-3-sulfo 2.4- 4-Amino-3- 3,3'- Diaminobenze phenyl 2- Diaminobenze sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphen nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo ylsulfone acid ne acid ne 427 Yellow 3,3'- 2.4- 2.4- diaminodiphen Diaminobenze 2-Methoxy-4-(2- Diaminobenze 2-Methoxy-4-(2- ylsulfone nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo acid nyl)aniline acid nyl)aniline 412 Yellow 2.4- 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- 3,3'- Diaminobenze sulfophenyl 2- sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphen nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulfo ylsulfone acid ne benzoic acid ne 434 Yellow 2.4- 2-[(4- 4-Amino-3- 3,3'- Diaminobenze Aminophenyl) sul 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphen nesulphonic fonyl] ethyl Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo ylsulfone acid hydrogen sulfate ne ne 434 Yellow 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- 3,3'- 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphen Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo ylsulfone ne ne ne ne 455 Orange 4-Amino-3- 2-[(4- 3,3'- 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- Aminophenyl) sul diaminodiphen Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo l:3-Diamino fonyl]ethyl ylsulfone ne ne benzoic acid hydrogen sulfate 438 Orange 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- 3,3'- sulfophenyl 2- sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphen l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulfo l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulfo ylsulfone toluene ne toluene ne 453 Orange 2.4- 2-[(4- 2.4- 2-[(4- 4,4'- Diaminobenze Aminophenyl) sul Diaminobenze Aminophenyl) sul diaminodiphen nesulphonic fonyl] ethyl nesulphonic fonyl]ethyl ylsulfone acid hydrogen sulfate acid hydrogen sulfate 432 Yellow 2.4- 4-Amino-3- 2.4- 4-Amino-3- 4,4'- Diaminobenze sulfophenyl 2- Diaminobenze sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphen nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo ylsulfone acid ne acid ne 439 Orange 2.4- 2.4- 4,4'- Diaminobenze 2-Methoxy-4-(2- Diaminobenze 2-Methoxy-4-(2- diaminodiphen nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo nesulphonic sulfatoethylsulfo ylsulfone acid nyl)aniline acid nyl)aniline 424 Yellow 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- 4,4'- sulfophenyl 2- sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphen l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulfo l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulfo ylsulfone benzoic acid ne benzoic acid ne 448 Orange 2.4- 2-[(4- 4-Amino-3- 4,4'- Diaminobenze Aminophenyl) sul 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphen nesulphonic fonyl] ethyl Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo ylsulfone acid hydrogen sulfate ne ne 448 Orange 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- 4,4'- 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphen Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo ylsulfone ne ne ne ne 468 Orange 4-Amino-3- 2-[(4- 4,4'- 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- Aminophenyl) sul diaminodiphen Diaminobenze sulfatoethylsulfo l:3-Diamino fonyljethyl ylsulfone ne ne benzoic acid hydrogen sulfate 446 Orange 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- 4,4'- sulfophenyl 2- sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphen l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulfo l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulfo ylsulfone toluene ne toluene ne 465 Orange Example-5: (A) 86.3 parts of 4-Amino-3-sulfophenyl 2-sulfatoethyl sulfone are introduced into 800 parts of ice- water and 30 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid with efficient stirring, cool the reaction mass to 0-5°C with ice. A solution of 17 parts of Sodium Nitrite in 50 parts of water is added slowly in 10-15 minutes. Check reaction mass for excess of nitrite and stir for 2 hrs. After two hrs excess nitrite is destroyed by addition sulfamic acid. Add 26 parts of 1,3- diaminobenzene at 0-5°C and stir for 5-6 hrs at 0-5°C until coupling is complete. (B) 72 parts of 2-[(4-Aminophenyl)sulfonyl]ethyl hydrogen sulfate are introduced into 1000 parts of ice- water and 37 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid with efficient stirring, cool the reaction mass to 0-5°C with ice. A solution of 18 parts of Sodium Nitrite in 50 parts of water is added slowly in 15-30 minutes. Check reaction mass for excess of nitrite and stir for 2 hrs. After two hrs excess nitrite is destroyed by addition sulfamic acid. Add 80 parts of 1-amino- 8-hydroxy naphthalene-3,6-disulphonic acid at 0-5°C and stir for 5-6 hrs at 0-5°C until coupling is complete. (C) 95 parts of 4,4'-Diaminostilbene-3,3'-disulphonic acid are charged into 1000 parts of water, stir for 15-30 minutes and slowly adjust pH 7-7.5 with caustic soda lye to obtain clear solution. Add 37 parts of sodium nitrite and stir to dissolve. This solution is added slowly over a period of 2-3 hrs in 1200 parts ice and 150 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid keeping temperature below 5°C with ice as needed. After completion of addition continue stirring at 0-5 °C with excess of nitrite for another 2 hrs. Destroy excess nitrite with sulfamic acid. (D) Add solution (A) to above tetra azo solution (B) at 0-5°C in 30 minutes. Stir further 30 minutes and then maintaining 0-5°C temperature slowly adjust pH up to 3.5 to 4.0 with 20% sodium carbonate solution. Stir further at this pH for another 7-8 hrs and let temperature rises up to 20-25 °C till coupling is completed. Check with TLC and it should show very little presence of solution (A) when OK proceed further for second coupling. (E) Cool reaction mass (D) to 10°C with ice and slowly charge solution (B) in 30 minutes and further stir at 5-10°C for 30 minutes and then adjust pH 6.0-6.5 with 20% sodium carbonate solution. Maintain at this temperature and pH for 6-7 hrs for completion of coupling. Finally dye of the formula 1-C is isolated by filtration after slating out or directly dried. Figure imgf000022_0001 (1-C) The product (1-C) obtained as black powder and dyes cotton in very deep black shade with excellent build up and good fastness properties. Example-6: The dyestuffs of the formula 1 are synthesized using same method as described in Example- 1 to get following dyes described in table as shown in table 3: R2 N=N X— N=N A N=N— Y N=N R1 (1 ) Table 3 λ A X R2 Y Rl Max SHADE l-amino-8- hydroxy 4,4'- naphfhalene- 2-[(4- 4-Amino-3- Diaminostilbene- 3.6- Aminophenyl) sulfo sulfophenyl 2- 3.3'-disulphonic disulphonic nyljethyl hydrogen l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulf acid acid sulfate benzoic acid one 605 Black l-amino-8- hydroxy 4,4'- naphfhalene- 2-[(4- 4-Amino-3- Diaminostilbene- 3.6- Aminophenyl) 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- 3.3'-disulphonic disulphonic sulfonyljethyl Diaminoben sulfatoethylsulf acid acid hydrogen sulfate zene one 638 Black l-amino-8- hydroxy 4,4'- naphthalene- 4-Amino-3- Diaminostilbene- 3.6- 4-Amino-3- 1.3- sulfophenyl 2- 3.3'-disulphonic disulphonic sulfophenyl 2- Diaminoben sulfatoethylsulf acid acid sulfatoethylsulfone zene one 665 Black l-amino-8- hydroxy 2-[(4- 4,4'- naphthalene- Aminophenyl)s Diaminostilbene- 3.6- 4-Amino-3- 1.3- ulfonyl] ethyl 3.3'-disulphonic disulphonic sulfophenyl 2- Diaminoben hydrogen acid acid sulfatoethylsulfone zene sulfate 600 Black l-amino-8- hydroxy 2-[(4- 4,4'- naphthalene- 2-[(4- Aminophenyl)s Diaminostilbene- 3.6- Aminophenyl) sulfo 1.3- ulfonyl] ethyl 3.3'-disulphonic disulphonic nyljethyl hydrogen Diaminoben hydrogen O ve acid acid sulfate zene sulfate 660 green l-amino-8- hydroxy 4,4'- naphthalene- 2-[(4- 4-Amino-3- Diaminostilbene- 3.6- Aminophenyl) sulfo sulfophenyl 2- 3.3'-disulphonic disulphonic nyljethyl hydrogen l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulf acid acid sulfate toluene one 638 Black l-amino-8- hydroxy 2-[(4- 4,4'- naphthalene- 2-[(4- Aminophenyl)s Diaminostilbene- 3.6- Aminophenyl) sulfo ulfonyl] ethyl 3.3'-disulphonic disulphonic nyljethyl hydrogen l:3-Diamino hydrogen acid acid sulfate toluene sulfate 636 Black l-amino-8- hydroxy 2-[(4- 4,4'- naphfhalene- 2-[(4- 2.4- Aminophenyl)s Diaminostilbene- 3.6- Aminophenyl) sulfo Diaminoben ulfonyl] ethyl 3.3'-disulphonic disulphonic nyl]ethyl hydrogen zenesulphon hydrogen O ve acid acid sulfate ic acid sulfate 640 green l-amino-8- hydroxy naphfhalene- 2-[(4- 4-Amino-3- 3,3'- 3.6- Aminophenyl) sulfo 1 :3- sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphenyl disulphonic nyl]ethyl hydrogen Diaminoben sulfatoethylsulf sulfone acid sulfate zene one 578 Black l-amino-8- hydroxy 2-[(4- naphfhalene- 2-[(4- Aminophenyl)s 3,3'- 3.6- Aminophenyl) sulfo ulfonyl] ethyl diaminodiphenyl disulphonic nyljethyl hydrogen l:3-Diamino hydrogen sulfone acid sulfate toluene sulfate 594 Black l-amino-8- hydroxy naphfhalene- 2-[(4- 4-Amino-3- 3,3'- 3.6- Aminophenyl) sulfo sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphenyl disulphonic nyljethyl hydrogen l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulf sulfone acid sulfate benzoic acid one 580 Black l-amino-8- hydroxy naphfhalene- 2-[(4- 4-Amino-3- 4,4'- 3.6- Aminophenyl) sulfo sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphenyl disulphonic nyljethyl hydrogen l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulf sulfone acid sulfate toluene one 596 Black l-amino-8- hydroxy 2-[(4- naphfhalene- 2-[(4- Aminophenyl)s 4,4'- 3.6- Aminophenyl) sulfo ulfonyl] ethyl diaminodiphenyl disulphonic nyljethyl hydrogen l:3-Diamino hydrogen sulfone acid sulfate toluene sulfate 603 Black l-amino-8- hydroxy naphthalene- 2-[(4- 4-Amino-3- 4,4'- 3.6- Aminophenyl) sulfo sulfophenyl 2- diaminodiphenyl disulphonic nyljethyl hydrogen l:3-Diamino sulfatoethylsulf sulfone acid sulfate benzoic acid one 597 Black Example-7: (A) 55.9 parts of Cyanuric Chloride slurry is prepared by charging under stirring in 600 parts of water at 0-5°C. To this slurry slowly charge solution of 94.8 parts of l-amino-8- hydroxynaphthalene-3,6-disulfonic acid dissolved in 800 ml of water under neutral conditions in 2 hrs. Stir further 3-4 hrs at 0-5°C and check TLC to ensure absence of 1- amino-8-hydroxynaphthalene-3,6-disulfonic acid. Slowly charge 83.5 parts of 2-[(4- Aminophenyl)sulfonyl] ethyl hydrogen sulfate and stir for another 5-6 hrs at 25-30°Cand adjust pH 3 with 20% sodium carbonate solution. Then slowly raise pH up to 5 - 5.5 and temperature also rises up to 45 °C and further stir for 2 hrs for completion of condensation. (B) 57 parts of 4,4'-Diaminostilbene-3,3'-disulphonic acid are charged into 800 parts of water, stir for 15-30 minutes and slowly adjust pH 7-7.5 with caustic soda lye to obtain clear solution. Add 21.3 parts of sodium nitrite and stir to dissolve. This solution is added slowly over a period of 2-3 hrs in 1200 parts ice and 90 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid keeping temperature below 5°C with ice as needed. After completion of addition continue stirring at 0-5 °C with excess of nitrite for another 2 hrs. Destroy excess nitrite with sulfamic acid. Now, charge reaction mass (A) to tetraazo (B) at 0-5°C in 30-40 minutes without adjusting pH further stir for 30 minutes and then adjust pH to 3.5-4 with 20% sodium carbonate solution and maintain pH and temperature for 1-2 hrs. After 2 hrs again adjust pH to 6.5-7.0 with 20% sodium carbonate solution and stir for 1-2 hrs at 0-5°C at this pH. Check for TLC and spot test for completion of coupling. When coupling is completed product of formula 2- A is either isolated by filtration after slating out or directly dried. Figure imgf000025_0001 2-A The product (2-A) obtained as blue powder and dyes cotton in bright blue shade with excellent fixation yield of 80% on exhaust dyeing with excellent build up and ISO 105 C03 washing fastness- staining on cotton 4 and on polyamide 4-5. Example-8: The dyestuffs of the formula 2 are synthesized using same method as described in Example-7 to get following dyes described in table 4: Figure imgf000026_0001 (2) Table 4 A X Y λ Rl R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 Max Shade 4,4'- 1 -aminol-amino-8- 2-[(4- Diaminostil s-hydroxy hydroxy Aminophe 2-[(4- bene-3.3'- naphthalene- nyl) Aminophen disulphonic naphthale 3.6- sulfonylje yi) acid ne-3.6- disulphonic thyl sulfonyljeth disulphoni acid hydrogen yl hydrogen c acid sulfate sulfate CI N CI N 579 Blue 4,4'- 1 -amino- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- Diaminostil 8-hydroxy hydroxy Aminophe 2-Methoxy- bene-3.3'- naphthale naphthalene - nyl) 5-methyl- disulphonic ne-3.6- 3.6- sulfonylje 4-(b- acid disulphoni disulphonic thyl sulfatoethyl c acid acid hydrogen sulfonyl)ani sulfate line CI N CI N 580 Blue 4,4'- 1 -amino- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- Diaminostil 8-hydroxy hydroxy Aminophe 2-Methoxy- bene-3.3'- naphthale naphthalene - nyl) 5-sulpho disulphonic ne-3.6- 3.6- sulfonylje -4-(2- acid disulphoni disulphonic thyl sulfatoethyl c acid acid hydrogen sulfonyl)ani sulfate line CI N CI N 579 Blue 4,4'- 1 -amino- l-amino-8- 2- Diaminostil 8-hydroxy hydroxy Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- bene-3.3'- naphthale naphthalene- 5-methyl 5-sulpho disulphonic ne-3.6- 3.6- -4-(b- -4-(2- acid disulphoni disulphonic sulfatoeth sulfatoethyl c acid acid ylsulfonyl sulfonyl)ani )aniline line CI N CI N 583 Blue 4,4'- 2-Amino- 2-Amino-5- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Diaminostil 5- hydroxy-7- Aminophe Aminophen bene-3.3'- hydroxy- naphthalenes nyl) yi) disulphonic 7- ulfonic acid sulfonylje sulfonyljeth acid naphthale thyl yl hydrogen CI N CI N 528 Rubine nesulfonic hydrogen sulfate acid sulfate 4,4'- 2-Amino- 2-Amino-5- 2-[(4- Diaminostil 5- hydroxy Aminophe 2-Methoxy- bene-3.3'- hydroxy- -7- nyl) 5 -methyl disulphonic 7- naphthalenes sulfonylje -4-(b- acid naphthale ulfonic acid thyl sulfatoethyl nesulfonic hydrogen sulfonyl)ani acid sulfate line CI N CI N 526 Rubine 4,4'- 2.4- 2.4- 2-[(4- Diaminostil Diaminob Diaminobenz Aminophe 2-[(4- bene-3.3'- enzenesul enesulphonic nyl) Aminophen disulphonic phonic acid sulfonylje yi) acid acid thyl sulfonyljeth hydrogen yl hydrogen sulfate sulfate CI N CI N 458 Orange 4,4'- 2.4- 2.4- 2-[(4- 2-Methoxy- Diaminostil Diaminob Diaminobenz Aminophe 5-methyl-4- bene-3.3'- enzenesul enesulphonic nyl)sulfon (b- disulphonic phonic acid yljethyl sulfatoethyl acid acid hydrogen sulfonyl)ani sulfate line CI N CI N 462 Orange 4,4'- 7-Amino- 7-Amino-l- 2-[(4- Diaminostil 1- naphthol Aminophe 2-[(4- bene-3.3'- naphthol- -3-sulfonic nyl) Aminophen disulphonic 3 -sulfonic acid sulfonylje yi) acid acid thyl sulfonyljeth hydrogen yl hydrogen sulfate sulfate CI N CI N 552 Red 3,3'- 1 -amino- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- diaminodiph 8-hydroxy hydroxy Aminophe 2-[(4- enylsulfone naphthale naphthalene - nyl) Aminophen ne-3.6- 3.6- sulfonylje yi) disulphoni disulphonic thyl sulfonyljeth c acid acid hydrogen yl hydrogen sulfate sulfate CI N CI N 510 Red 3,3'- 1 -amino- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- diaminodiph 8-hydroxy hydroxy Aminophe 2-Methoxy- enylsulfone naphthale naphthalene - nyl) 5 -methyl ne-3.6- 3.6- sulfonylje -4-(b- disulphoni disulphonic thyl sulfatoethyl c acid acid hydrogen sulfonyl)ani sulfate line CI N CI N 506 Red 3,3'- 1 -amino- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- diaminodiph 8-hydroxy hydroxy Aminophe 2-Methoxy- enylsulfone naphthale naphthalene - nyl) 4- ne-3.6- 3.6- sulfonylje (2- disulphoni disulphonic thyl sulfatoethyl c acid acid hydrogen sulfonyl)ani sulfate line CI N CI N 506 Red 3,3'- 1 -amino- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- diaminodiph S-liydroxy hydroxy Aminophe 2-Methoxy- enylsulfone naphthale naphthalene - nyl) 5-sulpho ne-3.6- 3.6- sulfonylje -4-(2- disulphoni disulphonic thyl sulfatoethyl c acid acid hydrogen sulfonyl)ani sulfate line CI N CI N 511 Red 4,4'- 1 -amino- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- diaminodiph S-liydroxy hydroxy Aminophe 2-[(4- enylsulfone naphthale naphthalene - nyl) Aminophen ne-3.6- 3.6- sulfonylje yi) disulphoni disulphonic thyl sulfonyljeth c acid acid hydrogen yl hydrogen sulfate sulfate CI N CI N 524 Red 4,4'- 1 -amino- l-amino-8- 2- diaminodiph 8-hydroxy hydroxy Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- enylsulfone naphthale naphthalene - 5-sulpho 5-sulpho- ne-3.6- 3.6- 4-(2- 4-(2- disulphoni disulphonic sulfatoeth sulfatoethyl c acid acid ylsulfonyl sulfonyl)ani )aniline line CI N CI N 524 Red Example-9: Product synthesized in Eample-7 and 8 were further condensed with 2- (methylamino)ethanesulphonic acid maintaining 7.5 pH at 85-90°C monitor condensation reaction by TLC and when OK clarify the reaction mass and spray dried. The product (2-B) obtained blue powder and dyes cotton in bright blue shade with excellent fixation yield which provide excellent build up and good fastness properties. Figure imgf000028_0001 Here, in place of 2-(methylamino)ethanesulphonic acid, Cyanamide, Mercaptoacetic acid, 2- Amino ethanesulphonic acid, ammonia, Cl-C4alkyl amine, etc were used and products were evaluated. Example-10: (A) 94.8 parts of l-amino-8-hydroxynaphthalene-3,6-disulfonic acid are dissolved in ml of water under neutral conditions, and the solution is cooled down to 0-5. 42 parts 2,4,6-trifluoro-l,3,5-triazine are added drop wise at this temperature in the course of 20 minutes, during which the pH of the reaction solution is kept weakly acid to Congo red by the simultaneous addition of 2N sodium hydroxide solution. After addition of a mixture of 83.5 parts of 2-[(4-Aminophenyl)sulfonyl]ethyl hydrogen sulfate in 500 parts of water which has been adjusted to pH 5 the pH of the reaction mixture is initially briefly kept weakly acid to Congo red and then at 5-6 by the constant addition of 2N sodium hydroxide solution. At the same time the temperature is raised to 20-25°C in the course of 2 to 3 hours. (B) 57 parts of 4,4'-Diaminostilbene-3,3'-disulphonic acid are charged into 800 parts of water, stir for 15-30 minutes and slowly adjust pH 7-7.5 with caustic soda lye to obtain clear solution. Add 21.3 parts of sodium nitrite and stir to dissolve. This solution is added slowly over a period of 2-3 hrs in 1200 parts ice and 90 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid keeping temperature below 5°C with ice as needed. After completion of addition continue stirring at 0-5 °C with excess of nitrite for another 2 hrs. Destroy excess nitrite with sulfamic acid. (C) Now, charge reaction mass (A) to tetra azo solution (B) to coupled at 0-10°C and pH 6.5. After the coupling reaction at pH 8 has ended the reaction mixture is clarified and the resultant reactive dye of the formula (2-C) is isolated at pH 7 by filtration after slating it out from reaction mass or directly dried. Figure imgf000029_0001 (2-C) The product (2-C) obtained as blue powder and dyes cotton in bright blue shade with excellent build up and good fastness properties. Example-11: The dyestuffs of the formula 2 are synthesized using same method as described in Example-9 to get following dyes described in table 5 : Figure imgf000030_0001 Table 5 A X Y Rl R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 λ SHA Max DE 4,4'- l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Diaminostilb hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen ene-3.3'- naphthalene- naphthalen yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e disulphonic 3.6- e-3.6- thyl thyl acid disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen acid acid sulfate sulfate F N F N 575 Blue 4,4'- l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Diaminostilb hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen ene-3.3'- naphthalene- naphthalen yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e disulphonic 3.6- e-3.6- thyl thyl acid disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen acid acid sulfate sulfate F C F C 570 Blue 4,4'- l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Diaminostilb hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen ene-3.3'- naphthalene- naphthalen yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e disulphonic 3.6- e-3.6- thyl thyl acid disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen C- C- acid acid sulfate sulfate F Cl F Cl 575 Blue 4,4'- 2-Amino-5- 2-Amino- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Diaminostilb hydroxy-7- 5-hydroxy- Aminophen Aminophen ene-3.3'- naphthalene 7- yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e disulphonic sulfonic acid naphthalen thyl thyl acid esulfonic hydrogen hydrogen Rubi acid sulfate sulfate F N F N 525 ne 4,4'- 2-Amino-5- 2-Amino- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Diaminostilb hydroxy-7- 5-hydroxy- Aminophen Aminophen ene-3.3'- naphthalene 7- yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e disulphonic sulfonic acid naphthalen thyl thyl acid esulfonic hydrogen hydrogen Rubi acid sulfate sulfate F c F c 520 ne 4,4'- 2-Amino-5- 2-Amino- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Diaminostilb hydroxy-7- 5-hydroxy- Aminophen Aminophen ene-3.3'- naphthalene 7- yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e disulphonic sulfonic acid naphthalen thyl thyl acid esulfonic hydrogen hydrogen c- c- Rubi acid sulfate sulfate F Cl F Cl 526 ne 4,4'- 7-Amino-l- 7-Amino- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Diaminostilb naphfhol-3- 1-naphthol- Aminophen Aminophen ene-3.3'- sulfonic acid 3 -sulfonic yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e disulphonic acid thyl thyl acid hydrogen hydrogen sulfate sulfate F N F N 550 Red 4,4'- 7-Amino-l- 7-Amino- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Diaminostilb naphfhol-3- 1-naphthol- Aminophen Aminophen ene-3.3'- sulfonic acid 3 -sulfonic yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e disulphonic acid thyl thyl acid hydrogen hydrogen sulfate sulfate F C F C 548 Red 4,4'- 7-Amino-l- 7-Amino- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Diaminostilb naphfhol-3- 1-naphthol- Aminophen Aminophen ene-3.3'- sulfonic acid 3 -sulfonic yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e disulphonic acid thyl thyl acid hydrogen hydrogen C- C- sulfate sulfate F Cl F Cl 552 Red 3,3'- l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- diaminodiph hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen enylsulfone naphthalene- naphthalen yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e 3.6- e-3.6- thyl thyl disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen acid acid sulfate sulfate F N F N 515 Red 3,3'- l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- diaminodiph hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen enylsulfone naphthalene- naphthalen yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e 3.6- e-3.6- thyl thyl disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen acid acid sulfate sulfate F c F c 510 Red 3,3'- l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- diaminodiph hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen enylsulfone naphthalene- naphthalen yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e 3.6- e-3.6- thyl thyl disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen c- c- acid acid sulfate sulfate F Cl F Cl 514 Red 4,4'- l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- diaminodiph hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen enylsulfone naphthalene- naphthalen yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e 3.6- e-3.6- thyl thyl disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen acid acid sulfate sulfate F N F N 523 Red 4,4'- l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- diaminodiph hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen enylsulfone naphthalene- naphthalen yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e 3.6- e-3.6- thyl thyl disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen acid acid sulfate sulfate F c F c 518 Red 4,4'- l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- diaminodiph hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen enylsulfone naphthalene- naphthalen yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e 3.6- e-3.6- thyl thyl disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen C- c- acid acid sulfate sulfate F Cl F Cl 522 Red Example-12: (A) 55.9 parts of Cyanuric Chloride slurry is prepared by charging under stirring in 600 parts of water at 0-5°C. To this slurry slowly charge solution of 94.8 parts of l-amino-8- hydroxynaphthalene-3,6-disulfonic acid dissolved in 800 ml of water under neutral conditions in 2 hrs. Stirr further 3-4 hrs at 0-5°C and check TLC to ensure absence of 1- amino-8-hydroxynaphthalene-3,6-disulfonic acid. (B) 85.4 parts of 2-[(4-Aminophenyl)sulfonyl]ethyl hydrogen sulfate are introduced into 500 parts of ice-water and 65 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid with efficient stirring, cool the reaction mass to 0-5°C with ice. A solution of 21 parts of Sodium Nitrite in 50 parts of water is added slowly in 15-30 minutes. Check reaction mass for excess of nitrite and stir for 2 hrs. After two hrs excess nitrite is destroyed by addition sulfamic acid. Add this diazo solution to solution (A) at 0-5°C and stir for 30 minutes and raise pH up to 6.5-7.0 and check spot test for completion of coupling reaction. After coupling test is ok use this reaction mass for further condensation. (C) Add 57 parts of 4,4'-Diaminostilbene-3,3'-disulphonic acid in to above coupling mass and stir 2-3 hrs at room temperature at pH 3.0 and then slowly raise pH up to 5.0-5.5 and also raise temperature up to 40-45 °C, stir further for 2-3 hrs and confirm completion of condensation by TLC. On completion of condensation product of the formula 3(A) is isolated by filtration after slating out from reaction mass or directly dried. Figure imgf000032_0001 The product of the formula (3 -A) is obtained as red powder and dyes cotton in very deep bright red shade having fixation yield of 82% on exhaust dyeing and ISO 105 C03 washing fastness -staining on cotton 4 and on polyamide 4-5. Example-13: The dyestuffs of the formula 3 are synthesized using same method as described in Example- 11 to get following dyes described in table 6: Figure imgf000033_0001 Table 6 λ A X Y Rl R2 R3 R5 R6 Max SHADE l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- 4,4'- hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen Diaminostilb naphthalene- naphthalene- yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e ene-3.3'- 3.6- 3.6- thyl thyl disulphonic disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen acid acid acid sulfate sulfate CI CI N 516 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 4,4'- hydroxy hydroxy 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- Diaminostilb naphthalene- naphthalene- sulfophenyl sulfophenyl ene-3.3'- 3.6- 3.6- 2- 2- disulphonic disulphonic disulphonic sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls acid acid acid ulfone ulfone CI CI N 512 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- 4,4'- hydroxy hydroxy 5-methyl-4- 5-methyl-4- Diaminostilb naphthalene- naphthalene- (b- (b- ene-3.3'- 3.6- 3.6- sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls disulphonic disulphonic disulphonic ulfonyl)anili ulfonyl)anili acid acid acid ne ne CI CI N 530 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 4,4'- hydroxy hydroxy 2-Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- Diaminostilb naphthalene- naphthalene- 4-(2- 4-(2- ene-3.3'- 3.6- 3.6- sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls disulphonic disulphonic disulphonic ulfonyl)anili ulfonyl)anili acid acid acid ne ne CI CI N 550 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- 4,4'- hydroxy hydroxy 5-sulpho4- 5-sulpho-4- Diaminostilb naphthalene- naphthalene- (2- (2- ene-3.3'- 3.6- 3.6- sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls disulphonic disulphonic disulphonic ulfonyl)anili ulfonyl)anili acid acid acid ne ne CI CI N 567 Red 4,4'- 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- Diaminostilb 2-Amino-5- 2-Amino-5- sulfophenyl sulfophenyl ene-3.3'- hydroxy-7- hydroxy-7- 2- 2- disulphonic naphthalene naphthalene sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls Dull acid sulfonic acid sulfonic acid ulfone ulfone CI CI N 454 Orange 2-[(4- 2-[(4- 4,4'- Aminophen Aminophen Diaminostilb 2.4- 2.4- yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e ene-3.3'- Diaminoben Diaminoben thyl thyl disulphonic zenesulphon zenesulphon hydrogen hydrogen acid ic acid ic acid sulfate sulfate CI CI N 417 Yellow 4,4'- 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- Diaminostilb 2.4- 2.4- sulfophenyl sulfophenyl ene-3.3'- Diaminoben Diaminoben 2- 2- disulphonic zenesulphon zenesulphon sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls acid ic acid ic acid ulfone ulfone CI CI N 400 Yellow 2-Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- 4,4'- 5-methyl-4- 5-methyl-4- Diaminostilb 2.4- 2.4- (b- (b- ene-3.3'- Diaminoben Diaminoben sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls disulphonic zenesulphon zenesulphon ulfonyl)anili ulfonyl)anili acid ic acid ic acid ne ne CI CI N 397 Yellow 4,4'- 2-Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- Diaminostilb 2.4- 2.4- 4-(2- 4-(2- ene-3.3'- Diaminoben Diaminoben sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls disulphonic zenesulphon zenesulphon ulfonyl)anili ulfonyl)anili acid ic acid ic acid ne ne CI CI N 396 Yellow 2-[(4- 2-[(4- 4,4'- Aminophen Aminophen Diaminostilb yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e ene-3.3'- 7-Amino-l- 7-Amino-l- thyl thyl disulphonic naphthol-3- naphthol-3- hydrogen hydrogen acid sulfonic acid sulfonic acid sulfate sulfate CI CI N 508 Red 4,4'- 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- Diaminostilb sulfophenyl sulfophenyl ene-3.3'- 7-Amino-l- 7 -Amino- 1- 2- 2- disulphonic naphfhol-3- naphfhol-3- sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls acid sulfonic acid sulfonic acid ulfone ulfone CI CI N 468 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen naphthalene- naphfhalene- yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e 3,3'- 3.6- 3.6- thyl thyl diaminodiph disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen enylsulfone acid acid sulfate sulfate CI CI N 525 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- hydroxy hydroxy 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- naphthalene- naphthalene- sulfophenyl sulfophenyl 3,3'- 3.6- 3.6- 2- 2- diaminodiph disulphonic disulphonic sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls enylsulfone acid acid ulfone ulfone CI CI N 513 Red 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Aminophen Aminophen 2.4- 2.4- yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e 3,3'- Diaminoben Diaminoben thyl thyl diaminodiph zenesulphon zenesulphon hydrogen hydrogen enylsulfone ic acid ic acid sulfate sulfate CI CI N 427 Yellow 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- 2.4- 2.4- sulfophenyl sulfophenyl 3,3'- Diaminoben Diaminoben 2- 2- diaminodiph zenesulphon zenesulphon sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls enylsulfone ic acid ic acid ulfone ulfone CI CI N 379 Yellow 2-Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- 5-methyl-4- 5-methyl-4- 2.4- 2.4- (b- (b- 3,3'- Diaminoben Diaminoben sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls diaminodiph zenesulphon zenesulphon ulfonyl)anili ulfonyl)anili enylsulfone ic acid ic acid ne ne CI CI N 442 Yellow 2-Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- 2.4- 2.4- 4-(2- 4-(2- 3,3'- Diaminoben Diaminoben sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls diaminodiph zenesulphon zenesulphon ulfonyl)anili ulfonyl)anili enylsulfone ic acid ic acid ne ne CI CI N 420 Yellow l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophen naphthalene- naphthalene- yi) yi) 4,4'- 3.6- 3.6- sulfonyljeth sulfonyljeth diaminodiph disulphonic disulphonic yl hydrogen yl hydrogen enylsulfone acid acid sulfate sulfate CI CI N 517 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- hydroxy hydroxy 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- naphthalene- naphfhalene- sulfophenyl sulfophenyl 4,4'- 3.6- 3.6- 2- 2- diaminodiph disulphonic disulphonic sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls enylsulfone acid acid ulfone ulfone CI CI N 514 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- hydroxy hydroxy 5-methyl-4- 5-methyl-4- naphthalene- naphfhalene- (b- (b- 4,4'- 3.6- 3.6- sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls diaminodiph disulphonic disulphonic ulfonyl)anili ulfonyl)anili enylsulfone acid acid ne ne CI CI N 581 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- hydroxy hydroxy 2-Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- naphthalene- naphfhalene- 4-(2- 4-(2- 4,4'- 3.6- 3.6- sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls diaminodiph disulphonic disulphonic ulfonyl)anili ulfonyl)anili enylsulfone acid acid ne ne CI CI N 517 Red 2-[(4- 2-[(4- Aminophen Aminophen 2.4- 2.4- yl)sulfonyl]e yl)sulfonyl]e 4,4'- Diaminoben Diaminoben thyl thyl diaminodiph zenesulphon zenesulphon hydrogen hydrogen enylsulfone ic acid ic acid sulfate sulfate CI CI N 408 Yellow 4-Amino-3- 4-Amino-3- 2.4- 2.4- sulfophenyl sulfophenyl 4,4'- Diaminoben Diaminoben 2- 2- diaminodiph zenesulphon zenesulphon sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls enylsulfone ic acid ic acid ulfone ulfone CI CI N 443 Yellow 2-Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- 5-methyl-4- 5-methyl-4- 2.4- 2.4- (b- (b- 4,4'- Diaminoben Diaminoben sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls diaminodiph zenesulphon zenesulphon ulfonyl)anili ulfonyl)anili enylsulfone ic acid ic acid ne ne CI CI N 441 Yellow 2-Methoxy- 2-Methoxy- 2.4- 2.4- 4-(2- 4-(2- 4,4'- Diaminoben Diaminoben sulfatoethyls sulfatoethyls diaminodiph zenesulphon zenesulphon ulfonyl)anili ulfonyl)anili enylsulfone ic acid ic acid ne ne CI CI N 419 Yellow Example-14: (A) 94.8 parts of l-amino-8-hydroxynaphthalene-3,6-disulfonic acid are dissolved in 800 ml of water under neutral conditions, and the solution is cooled down to 0-5°C. 42 parts of 2,4,6-trifluoro-l,3,5-triazine are added drop wise at this temperature in the course of 20 minutes, during which the pH of the reaction solution is kept weakly acid to Congo red by the simultaneous addition of 2N sodium hydroxide solution. After addition of a mixture of 57 parts of 4,4'-Diaminostilbene-3,3'-disulphonic acid in 500 parts of water which has been adjusted to pH 6-6.5 the pH of the reaction mixture is initially briefly kept weakly acid to Congo red and then at 5-6 by the constant addition of 2N sodium hydroxide solution. At the same time the temperature is raised to 20-25°C in the course of 2 to 3 hours. (B) 85.4 parts of 2-[(4-Aminophenyl)sulfonyl]ethyl hydrogen sulfate are introduced into 500 parts of ice-water and 65 parts of 30% Hydrochloric acid with efficient stirring, cool the reaction mass to 0-5°C with ice. A solution of 21 parts of Sodium Nitrite in 50 parts of water is added slowly in 15-30 minutes. Check reaction mass for excess of nitrite and stir for 2 hrs. After two hrs excess nitrite is destroyed by addition sulfamic acid. Add this diazo solution to solution (A) at 0-5°C and stir for 30 minutes and raise pH up to 6.5-7.0 and check spot test for completion of coupling reaction. After the coupling reaction at pH 8 has ended the reaction mixture is clarified and the resultant reactive dye of the formula (3-B) is isolated at pH 7 by filtration after slating it out from reaction mass or directly dried. Figure imgf000037_0001 (3-B) The product (3-B) obtained as blue powder and dyes cotton in bright red shade with excellent build up and good fastness properties. Example-15: The dyestuffs of the formula 2 are synthesized using same method as described in Example- 13 to get following dyes described in table 7: Figure imgf000038_0001 Table 7 λ SHAD A X Y Rl R2 R3 R5 R6 Max E l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 4,4'- hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen 2-[(4- Diaminostilb naphthalene- naphthalene- yl)sulfonyl]e Aminophenyl) ene-3.3'- 3.6- 3.6- thyl sulfonyl] ethyl disulphonic disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen acid acid acid sulfate sulfate F F N 515 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 4,4'- hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen 2-[(4- Diaminostilb naphthalene- naphthalene- yl)sulfonyl]e Aminophenyl) ene-3.3'- 3.6- 3.6- thyl sulfonyl] ethyl disulphonic disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen acid acid acid sulfate sulfate F F C 512 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 4,4'- hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen 2-[(4- Diaminostilb naphthalene- naphthalene- yl)sulfonyl]e Aminophenyl) ene-3.3'- 3.6- 3.6- thyl sulfonyl] ethyl disulphonic disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen C- acid acid acid sulfate sulfate F F Cl 516 Red 2-[(4- 4,4'- Aminophen 2-[(4- Diaminostilb 2.4- 2.4- yl)sulfonyl]e Aminophenyl) ene-3.3'- Diaminoben Diaminoben thyl sulfonyl] ethyl disulphonic zenesulphon zenesulphon hydrogen hydrogen Yello acid ic acid ic acid sulfate sulfate F F N 415 w 2-[(4- 4,4'- Aminophen 2-[(4- Diaminostilb 2.4- 2.4- yl)sulfonyl]e Aminophenyl) ene-3.3'- Diaminoben Diaminoben thyl sulfonyl] ethyl disulphonic zenesulphon zenesulphon hydrogen hydrogen Yello acid ic acid ic acid sulfate sulfate F F c 412 w 2-[(4- 4,4'- Aminophen 2-[(4- Diaminostilb 2.4- 2.4- yl)sulfonyl]e Aminophenyl) ene-3.3'- Diaminoben Diaminoben thyl sulfonyl] ethyl disulphonic zenesulphon zenesulphon hydrogen hydrogen c- Yello acid ic acid ic acid sulfate sulfate F F Cl 415 w 3,3'- l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- 2-[(4- diaminodiph hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen Aminophenyl) enylsulfone naphthalene- naphthalene- yl)sulfonyl]e sulfonyl] ethyl F F N 529 Red 3.6- 3.6- thyl hydrogen disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen sulfate acid acid sulfate l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen 2-[(4- naphthalene- naphfhalene- yl)sulfonyl]e Aminophenyl) 3,3'- 3.6- 3.6- thyl sulfonyl] ethyl diaminodiph disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen enylsulfone acid acid sulfate sulfate F F C 523 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen 2-[(4- naphthalene- naphthalene- yl)sulfonyl]e Aminophenyl) 3,3'- 3.6- 3.6- thyl sulfonyl] ethyl diaminodiph disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen C- enylsulfone acid acid sulfate sulfate F F Cl 527 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen 2-[(4- naphthalene- naphthalene- yl)sulfonyl]e Aminophenyl) 4,4'- 3.6- 3.6- thyl sulfonyl] ethyl diaminodiph disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen enylsulfone acid acid sulfate sulfate F F N 520 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen 2-[(4- naphthalene- naphthalene- yl)sulfonyl]e Aminophenyl) 4,4'- 3.6- 3.6- thyl sulfonyl] ethyl diaminodiph disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen enylsulfone acid acid sulfate sulfate F F c 518 Red l-amino-8- l-amino-8- 2-[(4- hydroxy hydroxy Aminophen 2-[(4- naphthalene- naphthalene- yl)sulfonyl]e Aminophenyl) 4,4'- 3.6- 3.6- thyl sulfonyl] ethyl diaminodiph disulphonic disulphonic hydrogen hydrogen c- enylsulfone acid acid sulfate sulfate F F Cl 522 Red Comparative Examples 1. The following dyestuffs are used as comparative examples: DYE-1 is known from US2008/0047079 Al, example 1. DYE-2 is known from US2008/0047079 Al, example 2. DYE-3 is from Example 5 DYE-4 is from Example 6 DYE-5 is from Example 6 Figure imgf000040_0001 Figure imgf000040_0002 Figure imgf000040_0003 Figure imgf000040_0004 DYE-5 In the following table advantages of the dyestuffs of the present invention are illustrated. In the table, ISO105-C06 is 60 °C washing fastness and ISO 105 B02 fastness is Color Fastness to Light. All fastness tests are obtained from dyeing in 1/1 standard depth with dyes of the present invention of formula in comparison with structural similar known dyestuffs. In the fastness test, the staining of adjacent cotton and polyamide fabric is assessed. On the assessment scale used, 5 denote to no staining whatsoever and 1 denotes to substantial staining. Fixation yield refers to the degree of fixation on cotton relative to the total amount of dyestuff applied in the dye bath in exhaust dyeing, carried out according to the dyeing examples 1 and 2. Figure imgf000041_0002 The table shows that fastnesses and fixation yields and Light fastness of the dyes of the present invention are superior compared to similar dyes of closest the state of the art. In particular DYE-3 which represents Example-5 of present invention having one additional chromophore resulting in more deeper dyeing shade and also shows significant improvement in fixation yield on cotton fabrics and light fastness. 2. The following dyestuffs are used as comparative examples: DYE-6 is known from US2000/6013775 example 1. DYE-7 is from Example 1. DYE-6 Figure imgf000041_0001 Figure imgf000042_0001 In the following table advantages of the dyestuffs of the present invention are illustrated. In the table, ISO105-C06 is 60 °C washing fastness and ISO 105 B02 fastness is Color Fastness to Light. All fastness tests are obtained from dyeing in 1/1 standard depth with dyes of the present invention of formula in comparison with structural similar known dyestuffs. In the fastness test, the staining of adjacent cotton and polyamide fabric is assessed. On the assessment scale used, 5 denote to no staining whatsoever and 1 denotes to substantial staining. Fixation yield refers to the degree of fixation on cotton relative to the total amount of dyestuff applied in the dye bath in exhaust dyeing, carried out according to the dyeing examples 1 and 2. Figure imgf000042_0002 The table shows that fastnesses and fixation yields and Light fastness of the dyes of the present invention are superior compared to similar dyes of closest the state of the art. Dyeing Example 1: 100 parts per weight of cotton fabric is introduced at a temperature of 60 °C into a dyebath containing 800 parts of water, 30 parts per weight of sodium chloride, and 5 parts per weight of the dyestuff of Example 1-6. After 30 min at 60°C, 10 parts per weight of sodium carbonate is added, and the dyeing temperature is maintained at 60 °C for another 45 min. The dyed fabric is then rinsed in a fresh bath of 2000 parts warm water, neutralized by adding 1 part per weight of acetic acid, and soaped in another fresh bath of 2000 parts of water in presence of a conventional detergent for 5 min. at 95 °C, and dried. A dyeing with excellent fixation yield and overall good fastness property is obtained. Dyeing Example 2: 100 parts per weight of cotton fabric is introduced at a temperature of 80 °C into a dye bath containing 1000 parts of water, 60 parts per weight of sodium chloride, and 5 parts per weight of the dyestuff of example 7-14. Start heating at 1.5°C/minute and raise temperature up to 80°C and after 10 minutes at 80°C, add 15 parts per weight of sodium carbonate, the dyeing temperature is maintained at 80 °C for 60 min, then the dyed fabric is rinsed and soaped in the same manner as outlined in dyeing example 1. A deep dyeing with excellent fixation yield with overall good fastness property is obtained. Claims Hide Dependent A polyazo dye of the formula 1 , R2 N=N X— N=N A N=N— Y N=N R1 (1 ) Where, A= 4,4'-diaminostilbene-2,2'-disulphonic acid; (DASDSA) 4:4'-Diaminodiphenylsufone; (4,4'-DADPS) 3 : 3 '-Diaminodiphenylsulfone (3,3' -DADPS) X & Y are same or different in combination of folio wings, 1 -Amino- 8 -Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6-disulphonic acid. (H acid) l-Amino-7 -Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6-disulphonic acid. 1- Amino-7 -Hydroxy naphthalene-6-sulphonic acid. 7-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Gamma acid) N-Methyl-Gamma acid 2- Amino-5-hydroxy-7-naphthalenesulfonic acid (J acid) l-Hydroxy-6-(methylamino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid (N-methyl J-; l-Hydroxy-6-(2'-Carboxy ethyl amino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid l-Hydroxy-6-(2'-sulfo ethyl amino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid And similar N-substituted alkyl derivatives. l :3-Diamino benzene (m- phenylenediamine) l :4-Diamino benzene (p- phenylenediamine) 2:5-Diamino benzene sulphonic acid (PPDSA) 2:4-Diamino benzene sulphonic acid (MPDSA) l :3-Diamino benzoic acid 2:4-Diamino toluene 3:4-Diamino toluene 1 :3-Dihydroxy benzene, l :5/l :8-Diamino naphthalene 1:5/1: 8-Dihydroxy naphthalene and similar diamino, amino hydroxy and dihydroxy benzene and naphthalene derivatives; wherein X and Y are not simultaneously 1- Amino- 8 -Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6- disulphonic acid. (H acid); R 1 & R 2 = Amino benzene or naphthalene derivatives containing at least one or more vinylsulphone reactive group with or without -SO3H, alkyl, alkoxy and halo substituent on benzene or naphthalene ring; R3 & R5= May be R3 & R5 are same or different in combination of CI; F; C1-C4 Alkoxy, -NH2, -NHCN, -C1-C4 alkylamine, Alkyl amino sulfone derivatives, alkyl amino acids, alkyl amino sulphonic acid derivatives etc;R4 & R6= N, CH, C-Cl; and their mixtures with each or one another. The poly azo dyes according to Claim 1 wherein the compound of formula 1 is Figure imgf000045_0001 preferably of formula ( ) Figure imgf000045_0002 Where, A= 4,4'-diaminostilbene-2,2'-disulphonic acid; (DASDSA) 4:4'-Diaminodiphenylsufone; (4,4'-DADPS) 3 : 3 '-Diaminodiphenylsulfone (3,3' -DADPS) R 7', R 8°, R 9' and R 110 = May be same or different in combination of -H, -SO3H, alkyl and halo; R11 = -CH2CH2COOH, -CH2CH2CN, -CH2CH2CONH2, -CH2COOH, -CH2CH2SO3H, -CH2CH(CH3)COOH, -CH2CH2OS03H, -CH2CH2COCH3, -CH2CH2COOC2H5; and their mixtures with each or one another. A poly azo dye of formula (2), Figure imgf000046_0001 (2) Where, A= 4,4'-diaminostilbene-2,2'-disulphonic acid; (DASDSA) 4:4'-Diaminodiphenylsufone; (4,4'-DADPS) 3 : 3 '-Diaminodiphenylsulfone (3,3' -DADPS) X & Y are same or different in combination of folio wings, 1 -Amino- 8 -Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6-disulphonic acid. (H acid) l-Amino-7 -Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6-disulphonic acid. 1- Amino-7 -Hydroxy naphthalene-6-sulphonic acid. 7-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Gamma acid) N-Methyl-Gamma acid 2- Amino-5-hydroxy-7-naphthalenesulfonic acid (J acid) l-Hydroxy-6-(methylamino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid (N-methyl J-acid) l-Hydroxy-6-(2'-Carboxy ethyl amino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid l-Hydroxy-6-(2'-sulfo ethyl amino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid And similar N-substituted alkyl derivatives; l:3-Diamino benzene (m- phenylenediamine) l:4-Diamino benzene (p- phenylenediamine) 2:5-Diamino benzene sulphonic acid (PPDSA) 2:4-Diamino benzene sulphonic acid (MPDSA) l:3-Diamino benzoic acid 2:4-Diamino toluene 3:4-Diamino toluene 1 :3-Dihydroxy benzene, l:5/l:8-Diamino naphthalene 1:5/1: 8-Dihydroxy naphthalene and similar diamino, amino hydroxy and dihydroxy benzene and naphthalene derivatives; R 1 & R 2 = Amino benzene or naphthalene derivatives containing at least one or more vinylsulphone reactive group with or without -SO3H, alkyl, alkoxy and halo substituent on benzene or naphthalene ring; R 3 & R 5 are same or different and is selected from CI; F; C1-C4 Alkoxy, -NH2, - NHCN, -C1-C4 alkylamine, Alkyl amino sulfone derivatives, alkyl amino acids, alkyl amino sulphonic acid derivatives etc; R4 & R6= N, CH, C-Cl; and their mixtures with each or one another. 4. A poly azo dye of formula (3), Figure imgf000047_0001 Where, A= 4,4'-diaminostilbene-2,2'-disulphonic acid; (DASDSA) 4:4'-Diaminodiphenylsufone; (4,4'-DADPS) 3 : 3 '-Diaminodiphenylsulfone (3,3' -DADPS) X & Y are same or different in combination of folio wings, 1 -Amino- 8 -Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6-disulphonic acid. (H acid) l-Amino-7 -Hydroxy naphthalene-3:6-disulphonic acid. 1- Amino-7 -Hydroxy naphthalene-6-sulphonic acid. 7-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Gamma acid) N-Methyl-Gamma acid 2- Amino-5-hydroxy-7-naphthalenesulfonic acid (J acid) l-Hydroxy-6-(methylamino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid (N-methyl J-acid) l-Hydroxy-6-(2'-Carboxy ethyl amino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid l-Hydroxy-6-(2'-sulfo ethyl amino)-3-naphthalenesulfonic acid And similar N-substituted alkyl derivatives. l:3-Diamino benzene (m- phenylenediamine) l:4-Diamino benzene (p- phenylenediamine) 2:5-Diamino benzene sulphonic acid (PPDSA) 2:4-Diamino benzene sulphonic acid (MPDSA) l:3-Diamino benzoic acid 2:4-Diamino toluene 3:4-Diamino toluene 1 :3-Dihydroxy benzene, l:5/l:8-Diamino naphthalene 1:5/1: 8-Dihydroxy naphthalene and similar diamino, amino hydroxy and dihydroxy benzene and naphthalene derivatives; R 1 & R 2 are Amino benzene or naphthalene derivatives containing at least one or more vinylsulphone reactive group with or without -SO3H, alkyl, alkoxy and halo substituent on benzene or naphthalene ring; R 3 & R 5 are same or different and is selected from CI; F; C1-C4 Alkoxy, -NH2, - NHCN, -C1-C4 alkylamine, Alkyl amino sulfone derivatives, alkyl amino acids, alkyl amino sulphonic acid derivatives etc; R4 & R6= N, CH, C-Cl; and their mixtures with each or one another. A process for dyeing and printing fiber materials which comprises treating the fiber materials with dyes of formula (1), formula (2) and formula (3) according to any of the preceding claims. The process according to claim 5, wherein the fiber material is selected from cellulose fibers, cotton or regenerated cellulose, viscose or Lyocell, a polyamide fiber, nylon 6 or nylon 66 or a protein fiber, wool or silk. Patent Citations (13) Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title US2056539A 1932-02-29 1936-10-06 Gen Aniline Works Inc Azo-dyestuffs and process of making same US4169832A 1975-09-05 1979-10-02 Sandoz Ltd. Disazo and trisazo intermediates for polyazo dyes containing a stilbenyl or 2,2'-disulfostilbenyl radical EP0013750A1 1979-01-17 1980-08-06 BASF Aktiengesellschaft Tris- or tetrakisazo stilbene dyestuffs and their use in dyeing cellulose-containing materials US4390470A 1975-09-05 1983-06-28 Sandoz Ltd. 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