developed dye

developed dye

[də′vel·əpt ′dī]
(chemistry)
A direct azo dye that can be further diazotized by a developer after application to the fiber; it couples with the fiber to form colorfast shades. Also known as diazo dye.
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Sager, exclusively developed dye formulas provide 800 hours of UV protection, almost double the accepted industry standard.
Since 1920, Keystone has developed dyes, pigments, pigment dispersions, and polymers for hundreds of applications.
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