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2004). Of the approximately 109 kg of dyestuffs estimated to be manufactured annually throughout the World, the two most widely used in the textile industry are the azo and anthraquinone groups (Križanec & Marechal, 2006; Forss, 2011). Thus, this chapter is a comprehensive review on the azo dyes and their effects on human and environmental health. 2. Azo dyes Azo dyes are diazotized amines coupled to an amine or phenol, with one or more azo bonds (–N=N–). , 2011). , 2001a). , 2011). , 2011). , 2010).

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