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Morphisto Evolutionsforschung und Anwendung GmbH, Germany

Morphisto provides several services for histology and immunehistochemistry. Additionally we are developing laboratory chemicals und produce them in small and large amounts on individual orders. Our customers are pharmaceutical industry as well as hospitals and research institutions. Chemical product more

DyStar Colours Distribution GmbH, Germany

DyStar Group is a leading dyestuff & chemical manufacturer and solution provider, offering customers across the globe a broad portfolio of colorants, specialty chemicals, and services. more

Molekula GmbH, Germany

Molekula is a manufacturer and distributor of Fine Chemicals and Biochemicals in Bulk and Research quantities Founded in 2000 in France and the UK to initially support the Chemical Industry in Europe, Molekula has since expanded with operations across the globe. Stock and distribution warehouses in more

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  • Entire colour palette of inexpensive fluorescent dyes

    ETH researchers have developed a modular system for the simple and inexpensive production of security inks. It is based on polymers and could also be used in solar power plants and screens in the future. Novel fluorescent dyes developed by ETH researchers are relatively simple and inexpensive to pro more

  • Long-Lasting, Intense Afterglow

    A team of researchers from Lithuania has developed organic dyes showing a particularly long afterglow after being excited by light. Doping a polymer with newly synthesized diboraanthracene dyes resulted in an intense red or blue–green dual afterglow, which was composed of persistent thermally activa more

  • A greener route to blue

    Organic, i.e. carbon-containing dyes have important roles in nature. For example, they are responsible for transporting oxygen and other gases in the body (as part of haemoglobin) and converting solar energy into chemical energy in photosynthesis (chlorophyll). One class of artificial organic dyes i more

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The Chemistry of Highlighter Colours

If you’re currently a student, then you’ll no doubt often make ample use of highlighters during revision. Even if your studying days are far behind, you probably still use them from time to time. But what are the chemicals behind their luminous colours? This graphic looks at some of the possible dye more

The Chemistry of Glow Sticks

Everyone’s familiar with glow sticks, but it’s likely that fewer are familiar with the chemistry behind their glow. You may have wondered what happens when you snap a glow stick to activate it; by doing this, you’re actually kicking off a chemical process that eventually leads to the production of t more

The Key Chemicals in Red Wine

Red wine has been espoused over the years for its supposed health benefits, from claims that it could let us live to 150, to assertions that chemicals within it can help prevent cancer. Whilst these are no doubt a very pleasant means to justify a glass of wine (or several), how correct are they? Sim more

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  • Microbial degradation of toxic azo dyes

    Have you ever looked around you and paid attention to the colorful products such as clothes, cosmetics, and foods that you purchase? If you wonder where all these colors come from, then you might want to know more about azo dyes. more

Definition

Dye

Dye living history museum . A dye can generally be described as a color ed substance that has an affinity to the to which it is being applied. The dye is generally applied in an aqueous solution , and may require a mordant to improve the f ... more

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