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  • Near-Infrared Sunlight Harvesting in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
    Near-Infrared Sunlight Harvesting in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells Via the Insertion of an Upconverter-TiO2 Nanocomposite Layer
  • Detection of Azoic Dye
    Our clothing is labelled by producers informing consumers of what material the article is made of. Very often the clothing contains particularly colour intensive sample elements in which their fibres can not be clearly identified. Here it is important for the method of preparation to determine the
  • Technical Article: Air Under Water (AUW) - Also known as the "Bubble Test" / Dye Penetrant Leak Test
    AUW, also referred to as the "bubble test," may be okay for medium and large leaks, but is poor for SPC and correlation to other leak test methods is almost impossible. AUW can be used to detect
  • Common Dyes and Their Properties
    Common Dyes and Their Properties. This ready reference addresses the classification, properties, bonding, mode of manufacturing, and application areas of dye materials.
  • Decolorizing Textile Wastewater
    When the textile industry dyes cotton fabrics, not all of the dye ends up on the fabrics. Some becomes a wastewater disposal problem. Decolorizing wastewater is expensive, but researchers hope to make the process cheaper and more environmentally friendly. "An ideal dye adsorbent should allow
  • An Introduction to CARS Microscopy
    CARS (Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering) microscopy is a dye-free method which images structures by displaying the characteristic intrinsic vibrational contrast of their molecules
  • Colorful durable surface graphics
    Sublimation decoration process deposits colorful graphics beneath the surface of light-colored plastics and coatings. Polaris Industries Inc., Medina, Minn., has been using dye sublimation on its camo-decorated ATVs for the past two model years. Prior to dye sublimation Polaris used a "dip
  • Medical Device Link .
    Purdue researchers developed special dyes that selectively attach to cancer cells. Once a fluorescent dye is placed on low-molecular-weight, high-affinity ligands, the conjugate is injected into the bloodstream, where it binds to any circulating tumor cells. Instead of taking a 10-ml blood sample

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