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Capri Blue
« on: 30/01/2004 22:53:08 »
I need some help about this (biological) dye...Capri Blue...does anybody know synonim?



 

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #1 on: 19/02/2004 22:44:40 »
I know a little about Capri Sun...


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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #2 on: 20/02/2004 21:23:29 »
Hahaha,  see, that's what I mean about missing your humor.  Ruthenium may not be quite as amused as me though.
 

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #3 on: 26/02/2004 15:45:29 »
i didnt know the answer... so i thought i'd cheer old ruthen up!!! nothing like a bit of fun when your trying to find something!;)

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #4 on: 27/02/2004 01:30:01 »
I guess she was so cheered that she just couldn't answer!

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #5 on: 08/03/2004 11:21:11 »
we all need to approach things light heartedly my friend... and its better someone answered than not at all. ;)

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #6 on: 08/03/2004 23:18:42 »
That's right!  I laughed at the humor, but I don't know anything about the dye.

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #7 on: 10/03/2004 22:36:53 »
My mum used to have a blue Capri
 

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #8 on: 11/03/2004 00:34:45 »
Ahh, but did she have extra fog / spot lights, underlighting, a 500 MW stereo and some furry dice ?

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #9 on: 11/03/2004 20:53:34 »
Thanks everybody!
 

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #10 on: 11/03/2004 22:57:08 »
Oooooooh, furry dice!  Nice Chris, you have a set in your car do you?
 

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #11 on: 13/03/2004 20:38:13 »
quote:
Originally posted by chris

Ahh, but did she have extra fog / spot lights, underlighting, a 500 MW stereo and some furry dice ?

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thankfully no she didn't have any of the above nor did she have the novelty tune when you press the horn, but she was the most mature boy racer in the village and she loved it, I thought it was like a boat
 

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #12 on: 14/03/2004 02:42:13 »
Actually I am now the proud purveyor of a set of white fluffy dice with black spots. Sarah bought them for me in the local shop shortly after we bought our car. They were actually obscuring the view through the windscreen so we've had to relegate them to dangling from the interior light in the back rather than the rear view mirror. Dead cool though (honest !)

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #13 on: 30/03/2004 15:19:24 »
okay how did this get from capri blue to furry dice i would really like to know...

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #14 on: 31/03/2004 20:07:58 »
christian chick... would i be right in noticing you are trying to amass a few extra posts? ;0)

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #15 on: 04/04/2004 00:45:26 »
Do you mean the color, or the chemical? Synonyms for the color are Cleopatra, and ultramarine, or Ch'ing. I can't find Capri blue in my AATCC dye listings, although it's described as a "blue oxazine dye" .

Similar dyes are:
Blue  6 Meldola's blue  CI 909
Blue 12 Basic Blue A    CI 913
Blue 10 Gallocyanine    CI 883
Blue 56 Dephine Blue B  CI 878

That'a all I could find.
 

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #16 on: 04/04/2004 21:43:55 »
It is a biological dye (as other similar ones you have mentioned), that also could be used as complexing agent for some platinum metals. I also could not find it in CI Catalogue.

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #17 on: 31/03/2004 20:07:58 »
christian chick... would i be right in noticing you are trying to amass a few extra posts? ;0)

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #18 on: 04/04/2004 00:45:26 »
Do you mean the color, or the chemical? Synonyms for the color are Cleopatra, and ultramarine, or Ch'ing. I can't find Capri blue in my AATCC dye listings, although it's described as a "blue oxazine dye" .

Similar dyes are:
Blue  6 Meldola's blue  CI 909
Blue 12 Basic Blue A    CI 913
Blue 10 Gallocyanine    CI 883
Blue 56 Dephine Blue B  CI 878

That'a all I could find.
 

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Re: Capri Blue
« Reply #19 on: 04/04/2004 21:43:55 »
It is a biological dye (as other similar ones you have mentioned), that also could be used as complexing agent for some platinum metals. I also could not find it in CI Catalogue.

Thanks for try
 

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