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Colorantes Dyes
Colorantes Dyes
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  • Kilograms/Kilograms
  • 100
  • Kilograms/Kilograms
  • 50 INR
    Product Description
    Colorantes, also known as dyes, are substances that are used to impart color to materials. They are extensively used in various industries including textiles, food, cosmetics, and plastics. Colorants can be derived from natural sources such as plants, animals, or minerals, or they can be synthetic compounds manufactured in laboratories.

    There are different types of dyes classified based on their chemical composition, application method, and affinity to the material they are coloring. Some common types include:

    1. Direct dyes: These are water-soluble dyes that directly dye the material without the need for a mordant. They are commonly used for dyeing cotton, wool, and silk.

    2. Reactive dyes: These dyes form a covalent bond with the material they are applied to, usually through a chemical reaction. They are extensively used in dyeing natural fibers like cotton, wool, and silk.

    3. Disperse dyes: These dyes are insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents. They are primarily used for dyeing synthetic fibers like polyester and nylon.

    4. Acid dyes: These dyes are water-soluble anionic dyes that are primarily used for dyeing protein fibers such as wool, silk, and nylon.

    5. Basic dyes: These are water-soluble cationic dyes that are commonly used for dyeing acrylic fibers and paper.

    6. Vat dyes: These dyes are insoluble in water but become soluble when reduced to a leuco form. They are used for dyeing cellulose fibers like cotton.

    7. Sulfur dyes: These dyes are water-insoluble and require a reducing agent and alkali to become soluble. They are primarily used for dyeing cotton.

    Colorants play a crucial role in adding aesthetic value to various products, and their properties are carefully chosen depending on the intended application and the material being dyed. However, it's important to note that certain dyes may have environmental or health implications, so there is ongoing research into developing safer and more sustainable alternatives.
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    • 50000 Per Week
    • 3-7 Days
    • Yes
    • Free samples are available
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