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A new silk fabric that is supposed to look pink is being used in hospitals and clinics in India.
Researchers at the Centre for Science and Technology Research (CST) have developed the fabric to produce a pink color in a process called silk dyes.
The process can also be used for making other fabrics pink.
Silk dyes are often used to dye fabrics that are too bright to be used as a primary color for clothing.
This is particularly important in hospitals where it is hard to see through the white paint and the fabric can be washed by hand.
But scientists at CST say the dye used in the new silk, which is made from silvery silk, can be used to produce pink color by the addition of other pigments, such as blue, green and yellow.
The new dye can also dye fabric that would otherwise be too dark, like clothing.
The team behind the research says that it is the first time the process of making silk dye from the silvery fiber that has been used for this purpose has been developed.
“Our method can produce a very pink dye with no visible visible color and can also produce a natural color of pink,” said co-author and research associate Dr. Satish Kumar.
Silk dye is one of the most widely used industrial processes, as it can be produced in factories in China, India, Japan and South Korea.
Kumar and his team have been working on the project for some time and it is being published in the journal Science Advances.
Scientists have been using the silk dye process for dyeing fabrics, but it has traditionally been made from silk thread, which has a poor surface finish and has a high chemical composition.
Silken thread is made by pressing silk thread into a special, flexible and flexible fabric that can then be spun into a yarn.
This process produces a string of silk thread that is about 1.5 millimeters (0.5 inches) long and about 20 microns (0,6 inches) wide.
Dyeing a fabric that looks like pink, however, is not as simple as using silk thread.
A pink dye is created when the silken thread and other pigmented pigments that make up the fabric absorb some of the light in the sunlight and create a pink pigment.
This creates a very small amount of light that the light reacts to, causing the pigment to absorb some light and turn pink.
Another problem with the silky thread is that it needs to be heated to produce the pink color.
As it turns out, the team has developed a process that does not require this, as the dye can be heated without any additional heat, and the result is a dye that is not affected by temperature.
Dr. Kumar said, “This new process can be adapted to make other fabric colors with better chemical properties.”
The scientists say that the silk dye can also make fabrics that would look more natural.
They are planning to expand the research to other fabrics, such light-colored fabrics, and hope to develop more new techniques to produce other pink colors.
CST is a nonprofit organization that brings together scientists, engineers, artists and designers from around the world to share research and knowledge to improve people’s lives. Posted by Kathleen Bannister at 12:04 PM