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  • Fairfield Glade, TN
  • 4512 Orebank Rd, Kingsport, TN 37664 (423) 288-7960 (423) 288-7245
  • 27 Village Green Cir, Savannah, GA 31411 (912) 598-8596
  • 7 Sweet Fern Retreat, Savannah, GA 31411

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Monoazo Compounds From 3-Aminobenzisothiazoles And Substituted .alpha.-Naphthylamine Couplers

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US Patent:
3943121, Mar 9, 1976
Filed:
Mar 19, 1974
Appl. No.:
5/452893
Inventors:
Ronald J. Maner - Kingsport TN
Max A. Weaver - Kingsport TN
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
C09B 2906
C09B 2936
US Classification:
260158
Abstract:
Monoazo compounds produce fast blue to green shades on polyester, nylon and cellulose acetate fibers and consist of a 2,1-benzisothiazole-3-yl diazo component and an. alpha. -naphthylamine coupling component, the nitrogen atom of which is monosubstituted with a cycloalkyl, aryl or substituted alkyl group.

Process For The Preparation Of .alpha.-Halogenated Cresol Esters

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US Patent:
4342877, Aug 3, 1982
Filed:
Nov 13, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/093661
Inventors:
Joseph S. Bowers - Kingsport TN
Ronald J. Maner - Kingsport TN
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
C07C 67287
C07C 6924
C07C 69157
US Classification:
560130
Abstract:
Process for the preparation of Compound I by treating Compound II with X. sub. 2 or SO. sub. 2 X. sub. 2 in the presence of a free radical initiator and an anhydride having the formula (RCO). sub. 2 O while eliminating the acid halide formed having the formula RCOX from the reaction mixture, wherein Compounds I and II have the formulas ##STR1## and R is C. sub. 1 -C. sub. 3 alkyl, X is Cl or Br and n is 1, 2 or 3.

Disperse Dyes From 5-Amino-4-Halo-3-Methylisothiazoles

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US Patent:
4374768, Feb 22, 1983
Filed:
Apr 16, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/254705
Inventors:
Jean C. Fleischer - Kingsport TN
Gary T. Clark - Kingsport TN
Ronald J. Maner - Kingsport TN
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
C09B 2922
US Classification:
260158
Abstract:
Disclosed are monoazo dyes derived from diazotized 5-amino-4-halo-3-methylisothiazoles and m-acylaminoaniline couplers. These dyes impart scarlet and red shades on nylon and polyester fibers and exhibit good fastness properties. The dyes are represented by the general formula: ##STR1## wherein R. sub. 1 and R. sub. 2 are each selected from lower alkyl, cycloalkyl, substituted cycloalkyl, or lower alkyl substituted with phenyl, cyano, sulfonamido, carboxamido, alkoxy, hydroxy, or an imide radical; R. sub. 3 is lower alkyl, lower alkyl substituted as above, phenyl, or trifluoromethyl; and X is chlorine or bromine.

Benzoisothiazoleazobenzmorpholine Of Tetrahydroquinone Compounds

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US Patent:
4070352, Jan 24, 1978
Filed:
Oct 29, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/626797
Inventors:
Ronald J. Maner - Kingsport TN
Max A. Weaver - Kingsport TN
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
C09B 2936
D06P 104
D06P 324
D06P 326
US Classification:
260155
Abstract:
Azo compounds, having the formula ##STR1## in which R. sup. 1 and R. sup. 2 are hydrogen, alkyl, alkoxy or halogen and A is a 2-position substituted tetrahydroquinoline type coupler which may be further substituted, or a benzomorpholine type coupler for disperse azo dyes, produce bright, level reddish-blue to blue shades on synthetic polyamide fiber and exhibit good to excellent fastness to light, sublimation, ozone and gas.

Disubstituted Isothiazole Azo Dyes Containing Tetrahydroquinoline Type Couplers

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US Patent:
4330467, May 18, 1982
Filed:
Mar 3, 1980
Appl. No.:
6/126631
Inventors:
Jean C. Fleischer - Kingsport TN
Ronald J. Maner - Kingsport TN
Gary T. Clark - Kingsport TN
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
C07C10704
C09B 29039
C09B 2936
C09B 2944
US Classification:
260155
Abstract:
Disclosed are novel azo dyes containing an isothiazole diazo moiety which may be substituted, and a tetrahydroquinoline coupler which also may be substituted. The dyes produce red to violet shades on, for example, hydrophobic textile fiber including polyesters, polyamides, and cellulose esters and have excellent properties including lightfastness, washfastness and resistance to sublimation, and dye at unusually low energy levels. The dyes have the general formula ##STR1## wherein the various substituents, R. sup. 1 through R. sup. 9, are selected from a wide variety of groups such as alkyl, --CN, halogen, alkoxy, and the like.
Ronald J Maner from Fairfield Glade, TN, age ~78 Get Report