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acid dye

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(Dyeing) a dye in which the chromophore is part of a negative ion usually applied from an acidic solution
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Noun1.acid dye - dye in which the chromophore is part of a negative ionacid dye - dye in which the chromophore is part of a negative ion
metallized dye - acid dye in which the negative ion contains a chelated metal atom
dye, dyestuff - a usually soluble substance for staining or coloring e.g. fabrics or hair
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Gupta, Investigating the Toxicity of Acid Dyes from Textile Effluent Under UV/ZnO Process Using Daphnia magna, Desalin.
Adsorption of acid dyes from aqueous solution on a chitosan-cotton composite material prepared by a new pad-dry process.
However, time-consuming operations, limited sample analysis through gel electrophoresis, and safety concerns over mutagenic properties of nucleic acid dyes are the major factors restraining the growth of the electrophoresis reagents market.
23] has carried out the de-coloration of two acid dyes (acid black 1 and blue 193) and two reactive dyes (reactive red 23 and blue 171) from the aqueous solution using fly ash.
Equilibrium two-parameter isotherms of acid dyes sorption by activated carbon: study of residual errors.
Sorption of acid dyes from aqueous solution by using non ground ash and slag.
A comparison of the colour strength and fastness to repeated washing of acid dyes on standard and deep dyeable nylon 66.
3] mmol/g, which did not differ significantly for basic and acid dyes [16].
Excellent cellular contrast is achievable from both endogenous fluorescence and with extrinsic nucleic acid dyes.
Among the topics are hydrotalcites as catalysts and catalyst precursors for synthesizing biodiesel, the adsorption of acid dyes on hydrotalcite-like anionic clays, recent developments in clay-based functional coating for corrosion protection, drug delivery using nano-sized layered double hydroxide, and progress in the one-pot synthesis of methyl isobutyl ketone using catalysts based on multifunctional layered clay.
Khedr, "Capacity of activated carbon in the removal of acid dyes subsequent to its thermal treatment," Dyes and Pigments, vol.
Decolourization of textile wastewater containing acid dyes in UASB reactor system under mixed anaerobic granular sludge, Electronic Journal of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Chemistry 5(1): 1224-1234.