disperse dye


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disperse dye

[də′spərs ‚dī]
(materials)
A very slightly water-soluble, colored material for use on cellulose acetate and other synthetic fibers; color is transferred to the fiber as extremely finely divided particles, resulting in a solution of the dye in the solid fiber.
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Dye sublimation ink, also known as disperse dye ink, is produced with disperse dye nano dispersion and water, glycols.
Diamond Dispersions manufactures exceptional quality water-based pigment dispersions and disperse dye dispersions for the global inkjet ink market.
In this study, AA, selected as the hydrophilic monomer, was grafted copolymerized onto the PSA fibers to interact with a cationic dye or disperse dye. The object of this work is to investigate the dyeing behavior and to evaluate the comprehensive performance of PSA fibers after y-ray irradiation-induced graft polymerization, in terms of properties such as mechanical behavior, thermal properties, and hygroscopicity.
This was followed by the addition of 100 ul of each disperse dye solution in 7 mm diameter wells produced on the plates with the help of a sterile Cork Borer.
The amount of 1g of Red-FB disperse dye (Hangzhou Emperor Chemical Co., Ltd.) was included with 99 mL of boiling water.
Aerobic decolourization and detoxification of disperse dye in textile effluent by a new isolate of Bacillus sp.
Yalcin, "Vibrational and electronic investigations, NLO, FMO analysis on a hetarylazoindole disperse dye by density functional theory," Journal of Molecular Structure, vol.
Aerobic decolorization and detoxification of a disperse dye in textile effluent by a new isolate of Bacillus sp.
"Linear and Non-Linear Kinetic Modeling for Adsorption of Disperse Dye in Batch Process," Res.
(28) The polymeric textile substrate is heated in a solvent containing the disperse dye above its glass transition temperature to usually 110-120[degrees]C and process pressures around 1.2 bar.
Potential of Peroxidase Enzyme from Trichosanthes diocia to mediate Disperse Dye Decolorization in conjunction with Redox Mediators.