indulin


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in·du·lin

(in'dū-lin), [C.I. 50400-50415]
A blue quinone-imine dye related to nigrosin; occasionally used as a stain in histology and bacteriology.

indulin

(ĭn′dū-lĭn)
Any one of a group of dyes used in histology.
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In this study, Westvaco Chemical Division's Indulin AT, a kraft pine lignin polymer, was utilized as a control lignin.
Resins containing up to 50 percent replacement of PF resin solids with the commercial Indulin AT (Westvaco) lignin (Tables 3 and 4) were evaluated in the mill.
Example cook preparation procedure for 50 percent Indulin AT-PF resins.