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Dyeing Process for 1:1 Metal Complex Dyes for Wool and Leather

Time/Temperature Graph for Chromene Dyes

A - 4% + 1 g/l Sulphuric Acid 96%
(more than 1% dye). Or

4% + 0.7 g/l Sulphuric Acid 96%
(up to 1% dye).

5% Glauber's salt anhyd.
pH 1.9-2.1

B - x % Chromene dye

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