acid dye


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acid dye

[′as·əd ‚dī]
(organic chemistry)
Any of a group of sodium salts of sulfonic and carboxylic acids used to dye natural and synthetic fibers, leather, and paper.
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Specimens were stained either with SYTOX Green or acridine orange nucleic acid dyes during dehydration steps.
This was observed for all dyes, although acid dye yellow Erionyl RXL was the most influenced.
A acid dye used in textile dye printing, CI Acid Red 127, was obtained from the abovementioned textile company.
This fibre has only very weak interactions with the disperse and direct dyes and no interaction with the acid dye.
The result shows that AHAMAA is able to decrease color of the textile wastewater containing reactive, direct, and acid dyes.
Summary: Syntheses of acid dyes were done by reacting diazotized substituted aryl amines and substituted naphthalene sulfonic acids as coupling component.
Summary: Adsorption of acid dye from aqueous solution onto zero-valent iron nano particles (NZVI) was investigated.
It is much easier to apply than acid dye stains, provides more design options and durability than concrete paint or stain, and is more economical than stone, granite, or tile.
However, time-consuming operations, limited sample analysis through gel electrophoresis, and safety concerns over mutagenic properties of nucleic acid dyes are the major factors restraining the growth of the electrophoresis reagents market.
23] has carried out the de-coloration of two acid dyes (acid black 1 and blue 193) and two reactive dyes (reactive red 23 and blue 171) from the aqueous solution using fly ash.
Equilibrium two-parameter isotherms of acid dyes sorption by activated carbon: study of residual errors.
Sorption of acid dyes from aqueous solution by using non ground ash and slag.