uranin


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uranin

(ˈjuːrənɪn)
n
(Chemistry) an alkaline salt of fluorescein, used as a brownish-red dye
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To make the flow visible, Uranin was utilized as a dye marker, and the dye was released slowly from the slits flush-mounted on both leading edges of the plate.
The Holder of the future Framework Agreement will provide uranin type of tracer to make measurements of the body clearance, and the entire equipment (laboratory equipment and consumables) required to perform the service (apart from radioactive sources provided by CEA.
It is also marketed with the other names like fluorescein or its sodium salt, uranin and D and C Yellow#8.
Solute transport analysis of bromide, uranin and LiCl using breakthrough curves from aquifer sediment.
This study therefore first identified the processes controlling the transport of an uranin (sodium fluorescein: [C.
Two physical non-equilibrium based and one chemical non-equilibrium based solute-transport models were used to determine sorption processes of uranin with aquifer materials by evaluating their rate parameters.
This was necessary to know the underlying sorption process(es) of uranin with the Krauthausen aquifer materials.
Values for water temperature ([degrees]C), water fluorescenee (fluorescence equivalent to uranin density, [micro]g/L), salinity (psu, practical salinity unit), and turbidity (equivalent to kaolin density, ppm) were obtained for 0.