nitro dye


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nitro dye

[′nī·trō ‚dī]
(organic chemistry)
A dye with the NO2 chromophore group in the molecules.
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It is used for the synthesis of reactive, direct, azoic, acidic, vat, anthraquinone, indigo, phthalocyanine, carbonium, polymethine, and nitro dye. Nitration, sulfonation, amination, halogenation, reduction, oxidation and diazotization are distinctive chemical process used in the preparation of these dyes.
During the month, the prices for non-food items, carpets, furniture and household goods, mobile phones, cement, bricks, cutting boards, and nitro dyes increased.