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Basic Dyes

Offering you a complete choice of products which include basic green 4, basic violet 10, basic violet 11:1 and basic violet 11.

Basic Green 4

Basic Green 4
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Approx. Price: Rs 450 / KilogramGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity1 Kilogram
ColorGreen
Packaging TypeDrum
Packaging Size25 kg
C I No42000
Ph Value8
Moisture2-3%

Basic dyes are the class of dyes, that are most commonly synthetic. Their primary nature is to act as bases, and are actually aniline dyes. Initially their color base prevents them from being water soluble. They can be made so with the base being converted into a salt. At the chemical level, basic dyes are typically cationic or positively charged. Basic dyes display cationic functional groups like -NR3+ or =NR2+. Since basic dye is a stain that is cationic or positively charged and it is the reason that it reacts well with material that is anionic or negatively charged.
Basic dyes consists of amino groups, or alkylamino groups, as their auxochromes. Synthetic dye that was discovered by Perkin incidentally was a basic dye. Some prominent examples of basic dyes are the following, methylene blue, crystal violet, basic fuchsin safranin, etc.
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Basic Violet 10

Basic Violet 10
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Approx. Price: Rs 490 / KilogramGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity1 Kilogram
Packaging TypeDrum
Packaging Size35 kg
Purity89%
Cas No.2379-75-1
Einecs No.222-111-5

Basic dyes are the class of dyes, that are most commonly synthetic. Their primary nature is to act as bases, and are actually aniline dyes. Initially their color base prevents them from being water soluble. They can be made so with the base being converted into a salt. At the chemical level, basic dyes are typically cationic or positively charged. Basic dyes display cationic functional groups like -NR3+ or =NR2+. Since basic dye is a stain that is cationic or positively charged and it is the reason that it reacts well with material that is anionic or negatively charged.
Basic dyes consists of amino groups, or alkylamino groups, as their auxochromes. Synthetic dye that was discovered by Perkin incidentally was a basic dye. Some prominent examples of basic dyes are the following, methylene blue, crystal violet, basic fuchsin safranin, etc.
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Basic Violet 11:1

Basic Violet 11:1
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Approx. Price: Rs 460 / KilogramGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity1 Kilogram
FormPowder
ColorViolet
Packaging TypeDrum
Packaging Size25 kg

Basic dyes are the class of dyes, that are most commonly synthetic. Their primary nature is to act as bases, and are actually aniline dyes. Initially their color base prevents them from being water soluble. They can be made so with the base being converted into a salt. At the chemical level, basic dyes are typically cationic or positively charged. Basic dyes display cationic functional groups like -NR3+ or =NR2+. Since basic dye is a stain that is cationic or positively charged and it is the reason that it reacts well with material that is anionic or negatively charged.
Basic dyes consists of amino groups, or alkylamino groups, as their auxochromes. Synthetic dye that was discovered by Perkin incidentally was a basic dye. Some prominent examples of basic dyes are the following, methylene blue, crystal violet, basic fuchsin safranin, etc.
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Basic Violet 11

Basic Violet 11
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Approx. Price: Rs 465 / KilogramGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity1 Kilogram
ColorViolet
Packaging Size30 kg
Packaging TypeDrum
FormPowder

Basic dyes are the class of dyes, that are most commonly synthetic. Their primary nature is to act as bases, and are actually aniline dyes. Initially their color base prevents them from being water soluble. They can be made so with the base being converted into a salt. At the chemical level, basic dyes are typically cationic or positively charged. Basic dyes display cationic functional groups like -NR3+ or =NR2+. Since basic dye is a stain that is cationic or positively charged and it is the reason that it reacts well with material that is anionic or negatively charged.
Basic dyes consists of amino groups, or alkylamino groups, as their auxochromes. Synthetic dye that was discovered by Perkin incidentally was a basic dye. Some prominent examples of basic dyes are the following, methylene blue, crystal violet, basic fuchsin safranin, etc.
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