Methyl violet


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(Chem.) an artificial dye, consisting of certain methyl halogen derivatives of rosaniline.

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Moreover, the multifunctional films [([PV.sub.6][Mo.sub.6]/MV).sub.n] ([PV.sub.6][Mo.sub.6] = [(N[H.sub.4]).sub.5][H.sub.4][PV.sub.6][Mo.sub.6][O.sub.40] x 6[H.sub.2]O, MV = methyl violet) exhibited electrochemical activity for the reduction of N[O.sub.2.sup.-], Br[O.sub.3.sup.-], and Cl[O.sub.3.sup.-] and remarkable antibacterial properties toward Escherichia coli[21].
Li, Equilibrium and Kinetic Studies of Methyl Orange and Methyl Violet Adsorption on Activated Carbon Derived from Phragmites Australis, Desalination, 252, 149 (2010).
CNTs, as a new approach, were prepared, purified, functionalized, and used as adsorption material to remove basic orange and methyl violet dyes from wastewater under different conditions.
Ofomaja, "Kinetic study and sorption mechanism of methylene blue and methyl violet onto mansonia (Mansonia altissima) wood sawdust," Chemical Engineering Journal, vol.
Synonyms of crystal violet are methyl violet 10B, methyl violet 10BNS, aniline violet, baszol violet 57L, brilliant violet 58, gentian violet, pyoktanin, methylrosanilide chloride and hexamethyl-p-rosaniline chloride.
In this paper, the preparation of TiSi[W.sub.12][O.sub.40]/Ti[O.sub.2] composite was reported, and the photocatalytic degradation of methyl violet with the catalyst under simulated natural light irradiation was investigated.
In addition, there is a peak present at 358.7 m/z, which is indicative of Pentamethylpararosaniline (also known as Methyl Violet) [[M-Cl].sup.+] = 358.5 m/z.
In 1883, German pathologist Friedrich Neelsen added his modification, using carbol fuchsin instead of carbol methyl violet and decolorizing with 15% sulfuric acid.
evaluated the photocatalytic properties of bare, Ag-doped, and Mn-doped ZnO nanoparticles prepared via a coprecipitation method by monitoring the light-induced decolorization of methyl violet aqueous solutions.
Crystal Violet and Methyl Violet gave characteristic mass spectral patterns that have been studied previously for ink-dating purposes (Grim et al.