Malachite green


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See Emerald green, under Green, n.

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For example, malachite green (MG) is a triphenylmethane dye and is used as an antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-parasitical therapeutic agent in aquacultures and animal husbandry.
The Centre for Food Safety (CFS) of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department (December 5) announced that a trace amount of malachite green was found in a grass carp sample.
The different reagents used in Auramine O staining technique were 0.3% Auramine O , 1% acid alcohol as decolorizer and various counter stains like 0.1% potassium permanganate, 0.1% methylene blue, 0.1% toluidine blue, 0.1% malachite green and undiluted blue ink (9).
Geyikli, Rediction of Adsorption efficiency for the removal malachite green and acid blue 616 dyes by waste marble dust using ann.
Among their topics are applying reverse osmosis for removing organic compounds from wastewater: a state-of-the-art from process modeling to simulation, bio-hydrogen and bio-ethanol production from agro-industrial wastewater, the occurrence of pesticides and hormones in municipal wastewater and their removal by membrane bioreactors, wastewater biological treatment technologies: an eminent hybrid approach to treating textile wastewater, and removing malachite green from water and wastewater by low-cost adsorbents.
Malachite green (MG), which is one of the triphenylmethane dyes, is widely used in aquaculture to prevent fungal infections and kill parasites due to its low price.
Sorption capacities of all native clays, as well as clay-based magnetic nanocomposites and magnetite with respect to malachite green and Congo red, are shown in Figure 5.
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., 2011).
These leaves are used as precursor to prepare activated carbon for the removal of malachite green dye from aqueous solution.
Malachite green (MG) is a cationic dye that is mainly used to dye textiles and paper; MG is also used as a fungicide and antiparasitic agent in fishkeeping [3] and causes injuries to humans and animals after inhalation and ingestion.