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Special Occupational Hazard Review for Benzidine-Based Dyes
  • Published Date:
    January 1980
  • Status:
    current
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  • Corporate Authors:
    National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
  • Document Type:
  • Description:
    Dyes constitute a large and diverse group of chemicals that have diverse applications for imparting color to many types of products. They may be broadly defined as water-soluble chemical substances that contain chromophoric structures and thus may be used to color another substance by becoming attached to it by molecular bonding, adsorption, absorption, or mechanical adherance.

    Pigments, in contrast to dyes, are insoluble and impart their color to another substance by being physically attached to or incorporated into it. Detailed information on dyes and pigments may be found in the Colour Index [1], a compendium of technical information on dyes and their use.Dyes constitute a large and diverse group of chemicals that have diverse applications for imparting color to many types of products. They may be broadly defined as water-soluble chemical substances that contain chromophoric structures and thus may be used to color another substance by becoming attached to it by molecular bonding, adsorption, absorption, or mechanical adherance.

    Pigments, in contrast to dyes, are insoluble and impart their color to another substance by being physically attached to or incorporated into it. Detailed information on dyes and pigments may be found in the Colour Index [1], a compendium of technical information on dyes and their use.Dyes constitute a large and diverse group of chemicals that have diverse applications for imparting color to many types of products. They may be broadly defined as water-soluble chemical substances that contain chromophoric structures and thus may be used to color another substance by becoming attached to it by molecular bonding, adsorption, absorption, or mechanical adherance.

    Pigments, in contrast to dyes, are insoluble and impart their color to another substance by being physically attached to or incorporated into it. Detailed information on dyes and pigments may be found in the Colour Index [1], a compendium of technical information on dyes and their use.

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