acid dyes


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Related to acid dyes: Basic Dyes, Reactive dyes

acid dyes

those dyes that contain an acidic organic component which stains materials such as cytoplasm and collagen when combined with a metal.
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Gul, Removal of Acid Dye from Water by Nano Zero-Valent Iron, J.
In contrast, the adsorption of two reactive dyes (Reactive Red 23 and Reactive Blue 171) and two acid dyes (Acid Black 1 and Acid Blue 193) from aqueous solution on CFA was pH-dependent with the maximum adsorption capacity at the initial pH of the solution of 7.
Specimens were stained either with SYTOX Green or acridine orange nucleic acid dyes during dehydration steps.
Ing, "Adsorption of acid dyes from aqueous solution on activated bleaching earth," Journal of colloid and interface science, vol.
Dyes that require less rinsing are acid dyes and food-safe dyes.
These desalinated acid dyes are offered as a solution in 1-methoxy-2-propanol for water - and solvent-based systems.
The results indicate that activated charcoal can be employed to remove acid dyes from wastewater, both in individual solutions and mixtures of dyes from this class (three-color).
There are presented aspects related to possible technological solutions discoloration of the water from the dyeing process with acid dyes (CI Acid Red 127) using zinc oxide nanocoated fibrous nanocomposites, as well as the wastewater management for minimizing the environmental impact in case of potentially polluting processes.
Composite mixtures of reactive dyes, direct dyes, and acid dyes from the textile dyeing and finishing effluents were supplied from two volunteer factories.
For this reason, large quantities of polyamide fibers are bath-dyed, using special dyes such as acid dyes.
You cannot dye them and if you do you will need acid dyes which are any way harmful so offset hues also become a pre-requisite in India.