Chemical Structure / July 18, 2018 / Ansley Conrad
What is carbon black? A vital component in making many of the products we use every day stronger, deeper in color and longer lasting, carbon black in its pure form is a fine black powder, essentially composed of elemental carbon. It is produced by partial burning and pyrolysis of low-value oil residues at high temperatures under controlled process conditions.
Berberine’s strong yellow color and yellow fluorescence made it a widely used dye in early days of the industry. It is still used in India as a wool dye, and its fluorescence makes it useful as a histology stain.
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