Acid fuchsin, commonly known as fuchsine acid, Acid Violet 19, or C.I. 42685, is a magenta dye characterized by its acidic properties. Its chemical formula is C20H17N3Na2O9S3. It is a synthetic, water-soluble anionic dye and a sodium sulfonate derivative of fuchsine. It is often used as a staining agent in histology, microbiology, and other fields.
|Name of Product||Acid fuchsin|
|Synonyms||C.I. Acid Violet 19; Fuchsine acid; Acidal fuchsine; Acidal magenta; Acid fuchsine; Acid rosein|
|Molecular Weight||585.5 g/mol|
|Color Index No.||42685|
|1||Appearance (form)||Solid powder|
|2||Appearance (color)||Olive to dark olive-green to blue-green|
|4||Solubility||Soluble in Water (1 mg/ml)|
|5||Loss on drying (at 135°C)||NMT 10%|
Q. What are the ingredients in acid fuchsin?
Acid fuchsin is derived from basic fuchsin homologues through the insertion of sulfonic groups.
Q. What color is acid fuchsin stain?
Acid fuchsin stain is typically bright red to magenta in color.
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