What Are Synthetic Dyes?

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A Synthetic dye is any of the organic dyes originally derived from coal-tar derivatives, but currently synthesized from benzene and its derivatives.
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n. Any of the organic dyes originally derived from coal-tar derivatives, but currently synthesized from benzene and its derivatives.
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A synthetic dye is derived from organic dye compounds that originally come from coal tar derivatives. Presently, they are produced by synthesis form benzene and its derivatives like fluorescein, eosin and methlylene blue. They are fairly fast to light and also very easy to wash.
Synthetic dyes can be primarily made from aniline or chrome. Aniline dyes are obtained from chemical processes and is defined as a class of synthetic, organic dyes. They are widely used for dyeing and printing in a broad range of industries. They can be named according to the chemical structure of their particular chromophoric group.
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