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the use of dye to change the color of something permanently

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Keywords: Acid dyes, Wool dyeing, Substituted aryl amines, Substituted naphthalene sulfonic acids, MALDI-TOF mass spectroscopy.
dyes - remazoles (or analogues) for dyeing linen and mixed fabrics in light, medium and bright colors.
This latest CYD denim processing technology integrates new functions and processes into the weaving preparatory processes - spinning, direct beaming, warping and assembly beaming, followed by sizing and dyeing - in order to increase quality, exibility, economic viability and productivity.
The steps used when dyeing with natural dyes are somewhat different.
Dyeing of polyester/acrylic blended woven fabrics is done by two different types of dyestuff namely basic (cationic) dyes for acrylic yarns and disperse dyes for polyester yarns in conventional two bath method.
Moreover all the reactive dyes do not exhibit the same range of reactivity and less reactivity of dye might be due to the hydrolysis which can mess up the dyeing.
If you're dyeing wool, skip the paragraph on tannin mordants and go right to the paragraph on metal mordants.
The present study was conducted to extract pigment from Bistorta amplexicaule and evaluate its dyeing property, antimicrobial activity and toxicity.
My current shop does not have adequate dye facilities, and though I managed to avoid dyeing for a time because of it, soon it became limiting.
Provide both organic solvent and water solubility with great flexibility in leather and aqueous finishes dyeing.
Synthetic dyes are widely used throughout the world for various purposes particularly for textile dyeing. Each year, more than 80,000 tons of reactive dyes are produced and consumed for textile dyeing.
Starting from late 20th century researchers concentrated on using natural colorants in leather dyeing. Investigations have been reported on dye extraction from plant sources such as beetroot [7], henna leaves [8], eucalyptus bark, tea leaves, turmeric rhizomes, walnut bark [9], and Rubia tinctorum roots [10].
Denise Green '07, assistant professor in the Department of Fiber Science & Apparel Design, was teaching her students about natural dyeing last spring when she noticed scilla siberica, a small perennial with blue bell-shaped blooms, growing on campus, around town, and in her front yard.
A large fraction of the dyes applied during the dyeing processes are released into wastewater.
Dyeing pale-colored plantation-grown hardwood is an effective way to meet the demand for richly colored tropical hardwoods used in decorative applications.