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carbazole

(ˈkɑːbəˌzəʊl)
n
(Dyeing) a colourless insoluble solid obtained from coal tar and used in the production of some dyes. Formula: C12H9N. Also called: diphenylenimine

car•ba•zole

(ˈkɑr bəˌzoʊl)

n.
a white, crystalline compound, C12H9N, used chiefly in making dyes.
[1885–90]
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In our experiment, the application of a biased potential from the AFM tip resulted in the oxidation of carbazole followed by polymerization or crosslinking under ambient conditions (23[degrees]C, in air with 75% humidity).
The products include Indofast(R) carbazole violet, Perrindo(R) perylene, Quindo(R) quinacridone and Palomar(R) pthalocyanine pigments.
Furthermore, other high-affinity ligands of AHR, TCDD and 6-formylindolo [3,2-b] carbazole (FICZ), have been shown to correlate with an increased frequency of Th17 cells (Hautekiet et al.
After seven to eight years, similar excellent color retention is being shown in waterborne masstone formulations for many other organic pigments, including phthalo blue and green, carbazole violet (pigment violet 23), and quinacridone violet (pigment violet 19).
Each period consists of layers of Polyvinyl Carbazole (PVK) and Cadmium Sulfide (CdS), which were constructed on a glass substrate.
Analgesic activity of carbazole alkaloid from Murraya paniculata Linn.
Color pigments include bismuth vanadate yellows, indanthrone blue, isoindoline yellow, monoazo, dairylide and benzimidazolone yellows and oranges, azo and quinacridone reds and maroons; DPP reds; carbazole violet; phthalo blues and greens.
As far as we know, a wide variety of polymeric materials have been extensively investigated for their promising memory potential, including poly(A-vinylcarbazole) and carbazole polymeric derivatives [10, 16], polyimides [17, 18], polythiophene and their derivatives [19, 20], nonconjugated and conjugated copolymer containing chelated europium complexes [10, 16], polyfluorene derivative [21], polyaniline composites [22], and conjugated-polymer-functionalized graphene oxide [23].
The carbazole alkaloid bicyclomahanimbine (40) was isolated for the first time from Clausena dunniana.
There were shortages of titanium dioxide, nitrocellulose and carbazole violet to name a few.
Curaxins include CBL0137, which is a carbazole and CBL0102, which is a quinacrine.
The color was detected by incubation in aminoethyl carbazole (AEC-red substrate kit; Zymed Laboratories).