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Synonyms for dye

Synonyms for dye

something that imparts color

to impart color to

to immerse in a coloring solution

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The primary objective of our study was to find a technique that is reliable for detecting minute amounts of red dye in insects, in the case where less sensitive techniques are not powerful enough to distinguish between diet-reared sterile PBW and wild moths.
European trade further stimulated an interest in natural dyes, so that along with textiles there was active competition for these, particularly for indigo.
For example, Berez et al [13] used bentonite clay as an adsorbent for the removal of azo dyes from aqueous solutions, which significantly removed the dye.
Modern CPB dyeing systems are controlling dyeing conditions as well as the developments of the dyes themselves.
Fly ash, one of the industrial wastes originating from burning biomass and coal, can be utilized as an adsorbent for the treatment of industrial effluents containing dyes.
Both plant- and animal-based fibers need a little help to create a good connection between the fibers and dye through a process called "mordanting.
Natural dyes that were shoved into the contextual by synthetic pigments are currently making a comeback again due to customer interest.
They are basically the dye solutions of metal complex dyes combined in solvent.
The food industry, of course, denied that dyes cause harm.
Dichlorotriazinyl dyes Cl Reactive Orange 86, Cl Reactive Red 11, Cl Reactive Blue 168 and dyes of Sumifix Supra type Cl Reactive Yellow 145, Cl Reactive Red 195, Cl Reactive Blue 221 were available commercially.
It creates a sense of ownership and gratification that synthetic dyes never do.
The effluent discharged by their textile units contains a large number of dyes which are discharged into environment without treatment.
Dye use is the percentage of dyestuff permeating the wood as a function of the percentage of total dyes in the dye solution before being applied.
Instead of altering the dye bath, VaraBlue treats its yarns with a positive ionic charge to significantly increase its affinity for negatively charged dyes.
Hair dye is only meant for human use, and there are no hair dyes specifically made for dogs yet.