Dye intermediates are noted as petroleum downstream yields, which are further handled for all applications. These serve numerous industries like plastics, paints, textiles, paper and printing inks.
Reactive dyes are a course of highly colored organic materials, largely employed for tinting textiles, which attach themselves to their substances via a chemical reaction.
Acid salts are the salts that are formed as the effects of incomplete replacement of hydrogen ions from an acid. It creates an acidic solution after being melted in a solvent.
Direct dyes are also known as Substantive Dyes, any of a class of colored, water-soluble compounds that have an affinity for fiber. These are usually cheap and can be easily applied.
Basic dye is noted as a cationic stain that reacts with physical and is negatively charged. Usually accessible in synthetic form, these act as bases and are celebrated as aniline dyes.
Acid dyes are effective on animal hair fibers, protein fibers, wool, mohair and alpaca. These are the dyes typically applied to a fabric at low pH. These can dye wool as well as food colorants.
Vat dyes are the category of colorants which are categorized as such because of the system by which they are employed. These are most significant colorants for dyeing as well as printing on cellulosic fibers and cotton.
Provided solvent dye is a dye that can be dissolved in organic solvents. It is usually employed as a solution in an organic solvent that can color organic solvents.
Food Colors are also known as artificial colors, which are formulated via chemical reaction and are normally applicative in food as well as pharmaceutical industries.