acidic dye

acidic dye

[ə¦sid·ik ′dī]
(organic chemistry)
An organic anion that binds to and stains positively charged macromolecules.
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39] investigated that the biosorption of acidic dye increased with increase in the concentration of salts by using wood shaving biomass.
An acidic dye (sunset yellow FCF) and a basic dye (malachite green) was removed by adsorption on chemically treated mangrove bark by Seey and Kassim [85].
She is now suing the salon for damages, arguing that the stylist used an acidic dye without applying a proper rinsing or neutralizing agent to her hair.
A Hewlett Packard/Agilent 3D (Palo Alto, California) capillary electrophesis system, also equipped with a photodiode array detector, was chosen to perform all of the acidic dye separations.
8] Acidic structures would be stained by basic dyes, while basic structures would be stained by acidic dyes.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers at Iran University of Science and Technology succeeded in improving the ability of nanosilica to adsorb acidic dyes by functionalizing porous nanosilica.
Algerian researchers have discovered that orange peel could be used to remove acidic dyes from industrial effluent.
Ion-pairing with acidic dyes under the described conditions is less likely because the carboxy metabolite is a zwitterion.
Diarylguanidines are used in the dye industry to form salts with acidic dyes or pigments that otherwise would be insoluble.
Whereas in basic pH conditions, the interaction between acidic dyes and Abelmoschus esculentus stem are destabilized resulting in decrease %age adsorption [20, 21].