Proposed mechanism of the malachite green
(MG) adsorption onto (GrA-Psy)-cl-poly (AA) hydrogel polymer.
Positive cases detected was almost similar except malachite green
which showed less number of positive smears.
A stock solution of malachite green
(0.5 wt.%) was prepared by dissolving in distilled water.
Caption: Figure 5: Sorption capacities of the sorbent samples regarding malachite green
and Congo red: 1--magnetite, 2--saponite, 3--Sap7, 4--Sap10, 5--palygorskite, 6--Pal7, 7--Pal10, 8--spondyl clay, 9--Spo7, 10--Spo10.
A low cost activated carbon was prepared from Nerium oleander leaves and tested for the adsorption of malachite green
dye from the aqueous medium.
Gutierrez-Segura, "Malachite green
dye behaviors in the presence of biosorbents from maize (Zea mays L.), their Fe-Cu nanoparticles composites and Fe-Cu nanoparticles," Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, vol.
Aliquots (3 mL) of each flask were withdrawn at different time intervals (1, 2, 3 and 4 days) and the optical density was measured at 618 nm for malachite green
, 462 nm for methyl orange and 485 nm for Congo red.
(MG) is dye with the molecular weight of [C.sub.23][H.sub.25]Cl[N.sub.2], molar mass of 364.911g/mol and [[lambda].sub.max] of 618nm.
The FDA has placed farmed catfish from China on a watch list for illegal residues of 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;
, a triphenylmethane dye, is extensively used as food additive, parasiticide, and fungicide in food, dyeing, and fish farming industry throughout the world .