Malachite green

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See Emerald green, under Green, n.

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The removal of efficaciousness of Ag-KNC was tested by Malachite Green Oxalate (MGO) dye through batch adsorption and photocatalytic strategies.
Stitched in cobalt blue, sunflower, hot pink and malachite green, these  electric  beauties-with matching straps-frame their dials with matching gemstones as well, in blue, yellow or pink sapphires, or even bright green  tsavorites .
Products such as malachite green, formalin, hydrogen peroxide, potassium permanganate, and iodine are commonly used to combat harmful microorganisms in fish egg incubators (FUANGSAWAT et al.
These leaves are used as precursor to prepare activated carbon for the removal of malachite green dye from aqueous solution.
The highest percentage of decolorization by laccase was exhibited for malachite green (98% and 96.
Malachite green (MG) dye is a water-soluble dye belonging to triphenylmethane family that has been widely used as antifungal therapeutic agent in aquaculture, commercial fish hatchery and animal husbandry as well as antiseptic and fungicidal for human [16].
caught wild shrimp samples tested positive for illegal drug residues or malachite green.
Auramine O and Malachite green poisoning: Rare and Fatal.
Among the investigations carried out in this research, mention can be made of the comparison between photocatalytic performance of mesoporous samples and bulk ones, and commercial samples in dye removal of colorful wastewater containing malachite green pigment under the radiation of ultraviolet and visible light and other conditions imposed to the reaction system.
In this study, the removal of malachite green dye with cerium-iron oxide (CeFeO3) was investigated.
1) to compare sensitivity of negative staining techniques using various stains such as malachite green, crystal violet, and methylene blue for rapid detection of oocysts of Cryptosporidium, Cyclospora, and Cystoisospora;