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something that imparts color

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An educational interventional study was conducted among dyestuff industrial workers of Vatva industries, Ahmedabad city.
On completing the construction and first manufacture at the Dalton site in 1916, British Dyes Ltd, of Huddersfield, merged with Levenstein Ltd in Blackley, Manchester, to form the British Dyestuffs Corporation, one of the four founder companies of ICI (Imperial Chemical Industries) at its inception in 1926.
The India Office then arranged for samples of all India's known dyestuffs and mordants to be despatched to Wardle's dye works; copious amounts arrived and storage was difficult on the small site.
This study evaluated the levels of dietary inclusion of natural dyestuffs (curcumin and norbixin) for laying hens in the second cycle of production and their effects on the shelf life of these eggs.
14 January 2011 - Indian rating agency CRISIL yesterday reaffirmed the rating on three bank facilities of Eskay Dyestuffs & Organic Chemicals Pvt Ltd at BB+ with "stable" outlook.
Later, the dyestuff businesses from BASF (in 2000) and Yorkshire Americas (in 2004) were merged into DyStar.
Colores Ceramicos, an expert producer of dyestuffs and serigraphy for use in the ceramic industry, is committed to ongoing research and development to ensure maximum performance of their processes.
These were: Brunner, a manufacturer of alkalis; the Scottish-based explosives division of Nobel Industries, founded by Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, in 1870; United Alkali, and British Dyestuffs.
Custom masterbatches are also available, along with masterbatches that combine active ingredients with selected pigments and dyestuffs.
With more than 38 years in the research and development field, John Yates has worked mainly in synthetic organic chemistry on a wide variety of areas including dyestuffs and textile auxiliaries as well as pharmaceuticals, photoinitiators and mining chemicals.
Occupational Exposure of Hairdressers and Barbers and Personal Use of Hair Colourants: Some Hair Dyes, Cosmetic Colourants, Industrial Dyestuffs, and Aromatic Amines.
The 55-year-old, who runs a dyestuffs company in Huddersfield, said yesterday: 'I'm absolutely delighted.
Unifi said its worldwide facilities participate in environmentally responsible practices, such as reclaimed energy, returnable packaging, certified dyestuffs, pretreated effluent and numerous recycling programs.
SMC manufactures the external parts of the CG5 with SUS304 stainless steel to be compatible with foodstuffs, sterilizing solutions, dyestuffs, and a variety of organic and inorganic chemicals.
10) Therefore, in addition to visual analysis, he examines a range of materials, including the production and regulation of dyestuffs and clothing, the development of pigments from precious stones, as welt as the often-imprecise language of color categorization and its application (a perennial problem in any study of taxonomy).