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Definition of the noun acid dye
What does acid dye mean as a name of something?
- dye in which the chromophore is part of a negative ion
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Xylene cyanol FF Acid dye of triphenyl methane series, molecular mass 555, used as substitute for indigo carmine for dyeing wool and silk. Xylene fast orange PO Acid dye of mono azo series, molecular mass 591, industrial use is for dyeing of ...
by O. P. Singh, S. K. Srivastava
Acid dye: A dye containing acidic atoms or anions which is actively staining part and has the affinity for cytoplasm. Acid fastnen: Property of bacteria to retain the initial stain (dye) which is not washed off by acid alcohol. Acid fast Stainining: A ...
by John O. E. Clark, William Hemsley
acid dye C1ass of chemical colorants that are applied in weak acid solutions to wool, silk and polyamides (nylon). acidic oxide Oxide of a nonmetal, usually an anhydride, that reacts with water to form an acid, and with a base to form a ...
by Taniya Sachdeva
Acid dye It is a dye soluble in water, and is chemically a sodium salt of a sulphuric, carboxylic or phenol organic acid. It has found its uses in the textile industry (silk, nylon, etc.), and is also used as a food colourant. Acid halide This chemical ...
A Dictionary of Science (2017)
by Jonathan Law
acid dye See DYES. acid halides See ACYL HALIDES. acidic.
by A. Whelan
acid dye An anionic ...
by Phyllis G. Tortora, Ingrid Johnson
∞acid dye A colorant so-called because usually it is applied to fabric in organic or inorganic acid dyeing solutions. These dyes are commercially utilized for nylon , wool, silk, acrylic, polypropylene, and blends of the aforementioned fibers.
by P. Somasundaran
an acid dye (Orange IV), and a dye for food (New Coccine) distinctly dyed the capsules. As a next step, the six kinds of dyed capsules ...
by Michael Ash, Irene Ash
Acid dye leveler for nylon hosiery; allows rapid dye penetration. Acidol®. [BASF; BASF AG] Acid dyes or metal complex dyes for textile dyeing and printing. Acid Thickener. [Exxon/Tomah] Surfactant, visc, builder, ...
Orthopaedic Dictionary (1994)
by Stanley Hoppenfeld, Michael S. Zeide
An acid dye has an affinity for cationic or basic substances. Acid-Fast (as'id/fast) ( adj.) A property of certain bacteria to retain an initial stain after decolorization with acid alcohol. Only mycobacteria and a few nocardia are acid-fast bacteria.
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