Indigo Carmine mainly comprises of a mixture of disodium 3,3' - dioxo-2,2' - bi-indolyldene-5,7' –disulfonate, disodium 3,3' dioxo - 2,2' -bi-indolylidene-5,5' - disulfonate, subsidiary coloring matters along with sodium chloride/sodium sulfate as principal uncolored component. The organic compounds other than coloring matters it uses include 5-sulfoanthranilic acid; Isatin-5-sulfonic acid (Total not more than 0.5%).
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Meldola''s Blue finds use as component in redox sensors that support detection of materials like hydrogen peroxide, glucose, NADH, pyruvates, 3-hydroxybutyrate. Further, it is also used in electrochemical experiments that involve DNA dye requires electron transport.
Dye is used as pigment in areas like paper, textiles, paints
Used as component in redox sensors that allows detection of materials like hydrogen peroxide, glucose, NADH, pyruvates, 3-hydroxy- butyrate
Also used in electrochemical experiment that involves DNA where dye mediates electron transport