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“Platt, J.R. "Electrochromism, A Possible Change of Color Producible in Dyes by An Electric Field," J.”
“The remainder of the year will be devoted to an intimate study of one or more of the special phases of Organic Chemistry, such as Dyes and Indicators, Carbohydrates,”
“This edition includes Eagle Twin's "The Unkindness of Crows," Ambassador Gun's "When in Hell," The Human Quena Orchestra's "The Politics of the Irredeemable," Mothra's "Dyes," and KK Null's”
“Dyes are added to feeds for fish and egg-laying hens.”
“Natural dyes harmonize with each other in a way that only botanical colors can," she writes in her book The Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes.”
“And so, after many considerations and much tweaking, enter the beautiful weapons: the Wishmé Dyes.”
“Dyes are often used to make junk food more attractive to young children, or to simulate the presence of a healthful fruit or other natural ingredient, Jacobson said, adding that some manufacturers use less dyes in the same foods sold in Europe because of concerns there over hyperactivity.”
“Dyes would not be missed in the food supply except by the dye manufacturers.”
“Dyes were made of veggies and minerals until the mid 1800s, as well, so when looking at paintings for reference, their colors are going to be way more vivd and saturated and bright than any fabric would have been; paint =/= dye.”
“Dyes differ from pigments because they dissolve easily in the vehicle or they are liquids themselves.”
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