Dyes

Some articles on dyes, dye:

Mavis Doering - Art
... She gathered her own materials and learned to make her own dyes from nut hulls, berries, and leaves, mostly obtained from her mother's allotment land near Tahlequah in Eastern Oklahoma ... In addition to a wide range of natural dyes, Doering also experimented with brilliant aniline dyes ...
LCD Classification - Absorption Effects
... This is achieved with absorption by dichroic dyes and dichroic polarizers ... Absorption Effects internal absorption (dichroic dyes dissolved in LC), guest-host LCDs external dichroic polarizers non-twisted configurations with dichroic dyes electrically ...
STED Microscopy - Dyes
... Early on in the development of STED, the number of dyes that could be used in the process was very limited ... As a result, the first dyes used were laser emitting in the red spectrum ... To allow for STED analysis of biological systems, the dyes and laser sources must be tailored to the system ...
Photo Blanket - History
... into a fabric (usually linen) or by painting with inks and dyes on papyrus cloth ... Navajo tribes used special indigo dye from Mexico and other vegetal dyes to color multi-ply yarns and weave them into three main types of blankets - a ... Using vertical looms and fibers dyed with natural vegetal dyes, they form several different types of knots together for a soft and evenly tufted finish ...
Crazy Shirts - Specialty Dyes
... Crazy Shirts is known for using specialty dyes that includes their garments in natural and unique dyes such as wine, beer, bubble gum, chili, chocolate and Kona coffee ... The current specialty dyes include Beer Blue Hawaii Chile Chocolate Crater (Volcanic Ash) Hemp Hibiscus Key Lime Kona Coffee Money Lavender Sunflower Ti Leaf Wine ...