azo dye


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any dye containing one or more azo groups

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Papita, Plant-mediated synthesis of silver-nanocomposite as novel effective azo dye adsorbent, Appl.
Biodegradation of azo dyes Acid Red 183, Direct Blue 15 and Direct Red 75 by the isolate Penicillium oxalicum SAR-3.
Furthermore, Van der Zee et al, (30) reported that the azo dye acid orange 7 was biologically degraded in anaerobic conditions to sulfanilic acid and 1-amino-2-naphthol.
Stimulation of bacterial decolorization of an azo dye by extracellular metabolites from Escherichia coli strain NO3.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Azo dyes are widely used in color and textile industries due to their high mechanical and thermal stability and they are applied in pharmaceutics as drug carriers.
Azo dyes decolorizing yeast identified as Candida tropicalis 4S was isolated from wastewater treatment plant of textile and dyeing industry, Kot Lakhpat, Pakistan.
Acid azo dye degradation by free and immobilized horseradish peroxidase (HRP) catalyzed process.
Azo dyes, a class of synthetic organic dyes that provide more vivid colors to foods, have in their composition a naphthalene ring bonded to a benzene ring by an azo bond (N = N), and the Ponceau 4R, also known in the food industry as New Coccine, Coccine Red and Food Red, is a representative of this class (PAN et al.
Degradation of commercial azo dyes in water using ozonation and UV enhanced ozonation process.
Laboratory testing has revealed they contained "unacceptable" levels of azo dye.
Some of the known adulterants include amaranth dye (also known as azo dye or Red Dye No.
Phenazopyridine, an azo dye, does not demonstrate interference with the calcium or creatinine assays used in this case (o-cresolphthalein and Jaffe, respectively; Roche Modular P) (2).
Patented is an absorbent single-use article comprising: an absorbent element for storing bodily fluids; a backsheet which is fluid impermeable at least in sections, the fluid impermeable backsheet having a microporous breathable film, wherein the breathable film contains calcium carbonate as an organic filler material, the calcium carbonate present in an amount between 30% and 80% by weight relative to the mass of the breathable film; and wherein on the side of the film facing the absorbent element a moisture indicator is provided in the form of a visually perceptible textured arrangement applied by printing directly to the breathable film with a coating thickness of at least 2 pm, the moisture indicator including an azo dye with an RF value greater than 0.
Brown MA, De Vito SC (1993) Predicting azo dye toxicity.