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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Bacterial species such as branhamella cotarrhalis brochothrix, micrococcus lutells and bacillus firmus were found capable of growing in solid media supplemented with indulin AT (a polymeric industrial Lignin) (Kumar etal., 2001) Lignocelluloses Biomass can be utilized to produce ethanol promising alternate energy source for the limited crude oil The quantity of coir waste produced is so enormous making its disposal difficult because of its high lignocellulose and slow degradation in natural environment Lignin degradation was studied following the materialization of a synthetic 14C[beta]-labeled lignin (Side chain labeled dehydrogenation polymer, DHP)
Como complemento del estudio de la afinidad de la lignina por las fases aromaticas, se prepararon sistemas de 0,3% salmuera, 0,22% lignina comercial (Indulin AT), y diferentes fases organicas a un fw de 0,6, evidenciandose una estabilidad marcada para las emulsiones con Tolueno con respecto a las demas fase estudiadas (Figura 5).
Karatex[R] (European) (Forss and Fuhrmann 1979) and Indulin AT (U.S.) are two well-known lignin polymers that have been marketed for several decades.
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.