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dyestuff

[′dī‚stəf]
(chemistry)
dye
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com/research/rf7qzd/global_dyestuff) has announced the addition of the "Global Dyestuff Market for Textile Fibers 2015-2019" report to their offering.
Spectra Color offers extensive lines of Acid, Basic, Direct, Fiber Reactive and other water soluble dyes, as weil as a full range of solvent soluble dyestuffs.
One important aim of this project was to give natural colours another lifespan by spreading new knowledge of these dyestuffs to extend their use in India and Europe.
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.
Later, the dyestuff businesses from BASF (in 2000) and Yorkshire Americas (in 2004) were merged into DyStar.
5 million on sales of pounds 27 million - included fertilisers, insecticides and non-ferrous metals as well as core chemicals, explosives and dyestuffs.
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.
The 55-year-old, who runs a dyestuffs company in Huddersfield, said yesterday: 'I'm absolutely delighted.
10) Therefore, in addition to visual analysis, he examines a range of materials, including the production and regulation of dyestuffs and clothing, the development of pigments from precious stones, as welt as the often-imprecise language of color categorization and its application (a perennial problem in any study of taxonomy).
Until the middle of the 19th century, only natural dyestuffs were available for use by dyers[.
Also new are two products in the Macrolex dyestuffs line: Macrolex Fluorescent Red G and Macrolex Yellow E2R Gran.
TCP methanol, used as a raw material for making polymers and dyestuffs, is believed to disrupt production of endocrine.