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  • dyes —    Soluble substances that add color to textiles. Dyes are classified into groups that have similar chemical characteristics (e.g. aniline acid and azo). They are incorporated into the fiber by chemical reaction, absorption, or dispersion …   Forensic science glossary

  • Dyes Inlet — Dyes Inlet. View facing southeast with Mount Rainier in background Dyes Inlet is an inlet on the Kitsap Peninsula in western Washington State, USA. Silverdale, WA is located on the north shore of the inlet and has a marina, waterfront park, boat… …   Wikipedia

  • Dyes and Pigments —   Titre abrégé Dyes Pigm. Discipline Chimie Langue …   Wikipédia en Français

  • dyes — daɪ n. coloring, pigment, tint v. color, stain, tint …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dyes — plural of dye present third singular of dye …   Useful english dictionary

  • acid dyes — Dyes that are anionic or have negatively charged groups such as carboxyls …   Dictionary of microbiology

  • basic dyes — Dyes that are cationic, or have positively charged groups, and bind to negatively charged cell structures. Usually sold as chloride salts …   Dictionary of microbiology

  • Fuel dyes — Purple gas redirects here. For the film, see Purple Gas. Fuel dyes are dyes added to fuels, as in some countries it is required by law to dye a low tax fuel to deter its use in applications intended for higher taxed ones. Untaxed fuels are… …   Wikipedia

  • List of dyes — This article is a list of chemical dyes. For natural dyestuffs, see Glossary of dyeing terms. List of dyes with Colour Index International generic names and numbers. Common name Synonyms C.I. generic name C.I. number Alcian yellow GXS Sudan… …   Wikipedia

  • Potentiometric dyes — are used to monitor the electrical activity inside cells where it is not possible to insert an electrode, such as the mitochondria. This technology is especially powerful for the study of patterns of activity in complex multicellular preparations …   Wikipedia

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