tartrazine


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tartrazine

(ˈtɑːtrəˌziːn; -zɪn)
n
(Dyeing) an azo dye that produces a yellow colour: widely used as a food additive (E102) in convenience foods, soft drinks, sweets, etc, and in drugs, and also to dye textiles
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tartrasiin
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Summary: The demand for tartrazine is expected to have positive growth during the forecast period.
Kooshaiian, Investigation of the different electrode connections on the removal efficiency of Tartrazine from agueous solution by electrocoagulation, Dyes pigm., 74, 249 (2007).
Chocolate wafer truffle (Toddy) and brigadeiro flavoured wafer (Mabel) had three colorants (tartrazine, red 40 and caramel IV).
(5) Consumption of the food colorings sunset yellow FCF, quinoline yellow, carmoisine, allura red, tartrazine, and ponceau aggravates attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
The grilled chicken came with a bowl of yogurt and a tikka masala curry based on turmeric, rice (tinted, similar to how Indians heavily use tartrazine), freshly cooked naan, which is a type of unleavened bread, and a small ball of gulab jamun.
The selectivity of the proposed method was studied with the same concentration of other colorants including Tartrazine, New Coccine, Amaranth, Allura Red, and Brilliant Blue.
Sunset Yellow FCF, Allura Red AC, Quinoline Yellow WS, and Tartrazine are synthetic food dyes that are widely used in ice cream, popsicles, confectionery, gummy bears, juices, bakery, meat, sweets candy, desserts, snacks, drinks, and sauces [2, 3].
Artificial food dyes found in orange juice ready for consumption are the Twilight Yellow and Tartrazine. As for the grape, one of the dyes used is the Red 40.
Absorber Method [lambda] Sample (nm) volume Allura red dye, Congo red LCW CRDS 532 <1 [micro]L Malachite green LJ CRDS 628 150 mL Benzene NICUV-CES 450-650 NA Alexa Fluor dye NICUV-CES 400-700 2.7 mL Brilliant blue dye NICUV-CRDS 630 NA Rhodamine 6G NICUV-CRDS 500-600 ~3 mL Quinalizarin BRCUV-CRDS 470 10 [micro]L Benzene BRCUV-CRDS 580-660 NA Crystal violet LF-CRDS 532 12 [micro]L Bacteriochlorophyll LF-CRDS 783 few mL [Cu.sup.2+], indigo carmine LF-CRDS 620-670 10 [micro]L Methylene blue LF-CRDS 655 60 mL Sudan black, methylene blue LF-CRDS 450-700 100 mL Tartrazine FG-CRDS 405 100 nL Tartrazine FG-CRDS 405 6 nL Rhodamine FG-CRDS 532 19 nL Permanganate ion FG-CRDS 532 130 nL Ferrozine complex LCW 562 300 [micro]L Bromothymol blue LCW 613 1 [micro]L Absorber Min.
Food quality synthetic dyes, tartrazine (E102), orange yellow (E110), azorubine (E122), Ponceau 4R (E124), and Brilliant Blue (E133), were from Food Colours, Piotrkow Trybunalski (Poland).
A Lithuania B Estonia C Finland D Latvia QUESTION 15 - for 15 points: What colour is the dye tartrazine? A Green B Red C Blue D Yellow
The most common artificial food dyes, the azo dyes, contain aromatic azo compounds such as tartrazine and are widely used.