erythrosine


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erythrosine

(ɪˌrɪθrəʊˈsaɪn) or

erythrosin

n
(Chemistry) chem a fluorone, tetraiodo-fluorescein, which is used as a red food colouring (E127) and in biological staining
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After RDS and furnace sintering the resultant NiO coatings were sensitized with erythrosine B dye and corresponding p-type dye- sensitized solar cells were fabricated and characterized.
These additives are: sodium metabisulfite, sodium benzoate, monosodium glutamate, sodium nitrate, tartrazine, erythrosine, sorbic acid and butylated hydroxyanisole.
Thus, the concentration of Sunset Yellow and Erythrosine in black system could be determined from the spectra matrices using PLS method.
A variety of disclosing agents have been used by clinicians and researchers, like mercurochrome preparations, Bismarck brown (Easlicks disclosing solution), Merbromin, Erythrosine, Fast green, Flourescin, Two-tone, Basic fuschin and Iodine solutions.
2012, Analyzing adsorption data of erythrosine dye using principal component analysis, Chem.
The stomach contents were quickly removed, fixed, and stained with erythrosine to avoid the negative effect of digestion after the death of the organism.
2010) who tested the food coloring agents, amaranth, erythrosine and Tartrazine at 0.
The clinical procedure followed these steps: a) 2% erythrosine staining was applied in order to detect supragingival plaque and to register the stained surfaces on the index; b) prophylaxis was performed with rubber cups; c) drying was done with air and cotton; d) each surface was evaluated with a blunt tip probe in order to diagnose dental caries.