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dyestuff

[′dī‚stəf]
(chemistry)
dye
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[USPRwire, Tue Jul 30 2019] This report analyzes and forecasts the textile dyestuff market at the global and regional levels.
[ClickPress, Tue Jul 30 2019] This report analyzes and forecasts the textile dyestuff market at the global and regional levels.
In this way the recipes having a considerable amount of dyestuff (i.e.
Patron-in-Chief Punjab Dyestuff and Chemicals Manufacturers Association Abdul Rahim Chughtai lauded the government for ending non-filers and urged zero tax rates for raw materials of dyes and leather.
Mr Jimmy Wang of the China Dyestuff Industry Association, Mr Yogesh D Parikh, the President of the Gujarat Dyestuff Manufacturers Association India, and Abdul Rahim Chughtai, the ex-chairman of the Pakistan Dyes and Chemicals Merchants Association and sitting President of the Punjab Dyes and Chemicals Merchants Association signed the MoUs on behalf of their respective bodies.
President of the China Dyestuff Industry Association (CDIA) She Zing Pyan said that Chinese companies are very much interested to launch joint ventures with Pakistani counterparts in textile industry.
An educational interventional study was conducted among dyestuff industrial workers of Vatva industries, Ahmedabad city.
During Victorian times Huddersfield was one of the most prolific producers of worsted cloth in the world and it was that excellence which prompted Read Holliday, a Bradfordborn entrepreneur, to develop a range of dyestuff products to support the textile industry.
This report on global lignin market segments the market based on the product types as lignosulphonate (lignosulfonate), kraftlignin, and others (includes organosolv) and by application asconcrete additives, animal feed, dyestuff and others (including cosmetics, absorbents, etc.).
Importantly, however, he wanted to go beyond simply imitating traditional methods; he was seeking a clearer understanding of the properties of each individual dyestuff. ' In order to do this he set up a remarkable research project at his Hencroft Works in Leek to test all the known dyes then in use in the Indian subcontinent.
These are based on both carbon black and black dyestuff.