List of Publications 

of StepChange Innovations directors and senior managers

  1. K. Bredereck, F.Reidl, C. Schumacher, 17. IFVTCC congress lecture, Vienna 1996, pg. 65-71: "New approaches in the chemical design of reactive dyes. Neue Fortschritte bei der chemischen Entwicklung von Reaktivfarbstoffen"

  2. Bredereck, K., Schumacher, C, Dyes and Pigments, 21 (1993), 23-43 : "Structure reactivity correlations of azo reactive dyes based in H-acid. I. NMR Chemical Shift Values, pKa Values, Dyestuff Aggregation and Dyeing Behaviour"

  3. Bredereck, K., Schumacher, C,Dyes and Pigments, 21 (1993), 45-66: "Structure reactivity correlations of azo reactive dyes based in H-acid. II. Dye Degradation by Hypochlorite"
  4. Bredereck, K., Schumacher, C., Dyes and Pigments * Band 23 (1993) Heft 2, Seite 121-133: "Structure reactivity correlations of azo reactive dyes based in H-acid. III. Dye degradation by peroxide"

  5. Bredereck, K., Schumacher, C, Dyes and Pigments * Band 23 (1993) Heft 2, Seite 135-147: "Structure reactivity correlations of azo reactive dyes based on H-acid. IV. Investigations into the light fastness in the dry state, in the wet state, and in presence of perspiration"

  6. Schumacher,C., Textile Chemist, Selezione Tessile (1999), 72: "Soluzioni su misura. Kundengerechte Lösungen. Tailor-made solutions."

  7. Schumacher,C., Cottech, Cotton Textile Technology Conf., 1998 * (1998) Seite 1-5 : "Optimising dyeing procedures and dyestuff selection in reactive dyeing. Die Optimierung von Färbeabläufen und die Farbstoffauswahl beim Reaktivfärben"

  8. Zimmer,H.,  Amer,A., Baumann,f., Haecker,M., Hess, C., Ho,D., Huber,J., Koch,K., Mahnke,K., Schumacher,C., Wingfield,R.C., Eur.J.Org.Chem. 1999, 2419, "Synthesis of 8-substituted Xanthines and their oxidative skeleton rearrangement to 1-oxo-2,4,7,9-tetraazaspiro[4,5]dec-2-ene-6,8,10-triones"

  9. Zimmer, H., Amer,A., Ho,D., Koch,K., Wingfield,R.C., C.Schumacher, J. Org. Chem. 55 (1990), 4988-4989, "A novel oxidative skeleton rearrangement of the caffeine system"