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Azo Compounds

Azo Compounds

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What are azo compounds?

What are azo compounds?

Contain the -N=N- group.

Where R and R’ are arene groups more stable than alkyl groups.

Azo group is stabilised by becoming part of extended delocalised system.

Result of a coupling reaction between a diazonium salt and a coupling agent.

R-N=N-R'

Azo group

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Diazonium salts

Diazonium salts

Only stable salts are aromatic - not particularly stable.

Lose -N+N as N2(g)

Electron rich benzene ring stabilises the -N+N group but decomposition occurs above about 5oC.

Add cold soln. sodium nitrite (NaNO2) to arylamine soln. In dilute acid below 5oC.

Diazotisation.

Prepare fresh and use immediately.

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How the salt is made.

How the salt is made.

Acid reacts with sodium nitrite to form unstable nitrous acid.

NaNO2 (aq) + HCl (aq) HNO2 (aq) + NaCl (aq)

Nitrous acid reacts with the arylamine.

phenylamine

benzenediazonium ion

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Diazo coupling reactions

Diazo coupling reactions

A diazonium salt reacts with another compound containing a benzene ring called a coupling agent.

Diazonium salt acts as an electrophile - reacts with benzene ring of coupling agent.

Coloured precipitate of azo compound immediately forms.

Important use as dyes.

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Coupling with phenols

Coupling with phenols

Benzenediazonium salt and alkaline phenol gives a yellow orange azo compound

Benzenediazonium salt and alkaline naphthalen-2-ol gives a red azo compound.

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Coupling with amines

Coupling with amines

Diazonium salts couple with arylamines.

Benzenediazonium salt and phenylamine gives a yellow azo compound.

Use different diazonium salts and coupling agents to make different colours.

Azo compounds are stable so dyes do not fade.

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