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Arimoto Chemical
Anthraquinone. It is a solvent dyestuff. Exhibits light fastness and heat resistance. Possesses compatibility with polystyrene, A.B.S. and P.M.M.A... view more
Hangzhou Epsilon Chemical
Oil Blue 6G by Hangzhou Epsilon Chemical is phthalocyanine-based oil soluble dye. It exhibits light fastness, heat resistance, acid-and alkali resistance. Oil Blue 6G is used in plastics... view more
Hangzhou Epsilon Chemical
Oil Blue G by Hangzhou Epsilon Chemical is organic-based oil soluble dye. It exhibits light fastness, heat resistance, acid-and alkali resistance. Oil Blue G is used in plastics... view more
Hangzhou Epsilon Chemical
Oil Blue R by Hangzhou Epsilon Chemical is triarylmethane-based oil soluble dye. It exhibits light fastness, heat resistance, acid-and alkali resistance. Oil Blue R is used in plastics... view more
Hangzhou Epsilon Chemical
Oil Blue ZV by Hangzhou Epsilon Chemical is anthraquinone-based oil soluble dye. It exhibits light fastness, heat resistance, acid-and alkali resistance. Oil Blue ZV is used in plastics and rubber... view more
Anthraquinone based blue colored solvent soluble dye. Offers good light fastness. Used in color concentrate and masterbatch... view more
Anthraquinone based blue colored solvent soluble dye. Offers good light fastness. It is insoluble in water, but soluble in organic solvents. Used in color concentrate and masterbatch... view more
Anthraquinone based blue colored solvent soluble dye. Offers excellent light fastness. Insoluble in water; slightly soluble in ethanol, oleic acid, stearic acid; soluble in xylene, chlorobenzene... view more
Anthraquinone based blue colored solvent soluble dye. Offers good light fastness. Insoluble in water. Used in color concentrate and masterbatch... view more
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