Carminic

Car`min´ic


a.1.Of or pertaining to, or derived from, carmine.
Carminic acid
Same as Carmine, 3.
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Further, a highly appreciated natural dye based on carminic acid is obtained from cultivated Dactylopius coccus Costa (Hemiptera: Dactylopiidae) reared on the cladode.
The red color comes from carminic acid, which the insects have in abundance.
Dactylopius coccus, is commonly sun-dried, crushed and dipped in an alcohol solution to create carminic acid--the pigment which eventually becomes the colorant carmine or cochineal extract for use in food and beverages.
1999) reported that natural colorants such as carminic acid, caramel, beta-carotene, paprika-extract and betanin decreased the L* values of frankfurters.
Chemical analysis on one of the metal pieces indicate the presence of carminic and alginic acids, often used in cosmetics," King said.
Determination of boron in treated wood using azomethine-H or carminic acid.
The composition comprises at least one natural dye chosen from orceins, alizarin, purpurin, carminic acid, kermesic acid, purpuroqallin, protocatechaldehyde, indigo, curcumin, spinulosin, apiqenidin, chlorophyllin, sorghum, and cochineal carmine and at least one organic solvent.
Carmine (carmine, cochineal, or carminic acid) is a red colouring made from a ground-up insect, used in bottled juices, coloured pasta, some sweets, frozen pops, and "natural" cosmetics.
The bugs when feeding on nopal sap produce a white wax-like coating, but become dark bluish red when engorged with eggs on a three-month cycle, and ooze up to 25 percent pure scarlet-colored carminic acid--also known as hydroxyanthraquinone
Carminic acid, the active colouring agent, is one of the safest dyes that exist and is commonly used in foods and cosmetics.
50) Dye: (0) < 12% carminic acid; (1) > 12% carminic acid.
Quimica Universal specializes in the production of carminic acid and annatto, natural colors used in food and other applications.