dyestuff


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dyestuff

[′dī‚stəf]
(chemistry)
dye
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An educational interventional study was conducted among dyestuff industrial workers of Vatva industries, Ahmedabad city.
Although not a chemist himself, his ingenuity combined with his relationship with eminent chemists of the day enabled him to extend his range of coal tar byproducts to the manufacture of early synthetic dyestuffs as well as ammonia, creosote, benzene and paint solvents.
ENGINEERING MASTEBATCH - the company offer Polyamide based masterbatch based on standard carbon blacks, high jet carbon blacks and solvent black dyestuff (nigrosine).
Each page was devoted to a particular dyestuff, the name of which was handwritten across the top alongside its place of origin.
Indian dyestuff industry witnessed significant growth in the past decade due to government concessions in the form of tax and excise concessions to small-sized establishments.
The computer matching (CMP) on sample 2 according to reference sample was performed, for determining the suitable concentration of dyestuff in relation to specific surface spectral characteristics of sample 2.
It attaches to the dyestuff and to the fiber, forming a bond with both.
The first such association was observed in 1895 (Rehn 1895), and subsequent research among dyestuff workers identified the aromatic amines benzidine and 2-naphthylamine as bladder carcinogens (Case et al.
7] At the time of his discovery, Bottiger was working in the dyestuff chemical laboratory of the Friedrich Bayer Company in Elberfeld, Germany.
The Hong Kong dyestuff distributor and garment manufacturer listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong will be renamed Softbank Investment International (Strategic) Ltd.
The seminar was largely attended by hosiery and knitwear manufacturers and their technical staff and dealt with such important subjects as pre-treatment of cotton hosiery, criteria for dyestuff selection, shrinkage control etc.