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car·ba·zole

(kar'bă-zōl),
Reacts with carbohydrates (including uronates and deoxypentoses) giving colors characteristic of the sugar type; used for assay and analysis of carbohydrates and formaldehyde, and as a dye intermediate; sensitive to ultraviolet light.
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One such copolymer is shown in Figure 2, where the presence of carbazole and thiophene side groups provided a crosslinking unit for electrochemical deposition.
Other, more nonvolatile, components of creosote such as phenanthrene, carbazole, fluoranthene, pyrene, 1.
However, carbazole, anthracene, pelyrene, and coronene showed no compatibility.
We work with a layer of polyvinyl carbazole (PVK) and calculate its reflectivity which we compare to experiment.
Temecula, CA, USA), followed by incubation with biotinylated secondary antibody, streptaviclin-conjugated horseradish peroxidase complexes and 3-amino-9-ethyl carbazole solution for 4 min, 20 min, and 20 min, respectively.
There were shortages of titanium dioxide, nitrocellulose and carbazole violet, to name a few Rosin resin prices were another significant concern during this time.
9 Producing Technology of Refined Anthracene, Refined Carbazole and Anthraquinone
Vinyl Carbazole Polymers" in Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering, Wiley, New York, 257, 1989.
Strong, red shade carbazole, violet with excellent gloss and dispersibility in waterborne and solventborne.