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A yellowish orange synthetic monoazo dye discovered independently in 1875 by H. Caro and in 1876 by O.N.Witt. Chrysoidine is used to dye some acrylic, polyester, and nylon fibers. It is also used in ballpoint inks, coloring inks, wood stains, lacquers, and polishes.

Synonyms and Related Terms

CI 11270; Basic Orange 1; Chrysoidine Y; Solvent Orange 3

Physical and Chemical Properties

Composition C12H13ClN4
CAS 532-82-1
Molecular Weight mol. wt. = 248.71

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