Metal-complex dye means having a co-ordinated metal atom in its molecule. Note: unless the term Metal-complex dye used in direct association with a particular application class of dye, e.g. "metal-complex disperse dye" or "metal-complex reactive dye", its use is deprecated.

Ref: 123510/2006-10-15


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