Dyes are characterized as a synthetic or natural organic chemicals that are soluble in most common solvents. Characterized by good transparency, high tinctorial strength, and low specific gravity.

There ate different kinds of dyes, among them are anionic dye, cationic dye, etc.

See also:
"Dyes" is in the UNSPSC Code "12171500"
  Dyes

Ref: 123234/2006-09-22


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Sulphur dyes (Sulphur dyes are containing sulphur both as an ...)
Compatible dyes (Compatible dyes revolve around dyes which when ...)
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