azo dyes

Dye's in which the azo group is the chromophore and joins benzene or naphthalene rings; they include a large number of biologic stains, such as Congo red and oil red O; also used clinically to promote epithelial growth in the treatment of ulcers, burns, and other wounds; many have anticoagulant action. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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azo dyes

Type: Term Definitions: 1. dyes in which the azo group is the chromophore and joins benzene or naphthalene rings; they include a large number of biologic stains (Congo red and oil red O); also used clinically to promote epithelial growth in the treatment of ulcers, burns, and other wounds; many have anticoagulant action. &...
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Azo Dyes

Compounds forming colors of great strength and purity. Used in camera filters and integral tripack d
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Azo dyes

Potentially carcinogenic banned dyestuffs.
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