reactive dye


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reactive dye

[rē′ak·tiv ′dī]
(materials)
Dye that reacts with the textile fiber to produce both a hydroxyl and an oxygen linkage, the chlorine combining with the hydroxyl to form a strong ether linkage; gives fast, brilliant colors.
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A simple titrimetric method for the estimation of reactive dye fixation on cellulosic fabrics.
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Benninger offers a complete CPB dyeing station for knits and woven fabrics, and with this kind of dyeing allows that the reactive dye is fixed at room temperature.
Use of agriculture waste sugar beet pulp for the removal of Gemazol turquoise blue- G reactive dye from aqueous solution.

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