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Basic dyes are the brightest class of water soluble dyes used by the textile industries and methylene blue is one of the most frequently used dyes in all industries (Reid, 1996).
40] removed a basic dye (Basic Red 13) from aqueous solution using tree fern.
Methylene blue (MB) is one of the most commonly used basic dyes for printing and textural dyeing for acrylic, nylon, silk, wool and medicinal purposes.
Acrylic, Nitrocellulose, Polyamide and Vinyl Chips: azo pigments, phthalocyanines, hansa yellows, carbazole violets, quinacridones, basic dye pigments and black.
Kobya, The Adsorption of Basic Dye (Astrazon Blue FGRL) from Aqueous Solutions onto Sepiolite, Fly Ash and Apricot Shell Activated Carbon: Kinetic and Equilibrium Studies, J.
Rodrigues, Adsorption of Basic Dyes on Granular Acivated Carbon and Natural Zeolite, Water Res.
Dry and Press Colors: Azo pigments, phthalocyanine blue and green, basic dye pigments, specialty lakes, hansa yellow.
22] reported the effect of temperature on the removal of basic dye from aqueous solution onto Pyracantha coccinea berries using four different temperatures (15 25 35 and 45oC).
Cationic dyes known as basic dyes are extensively used in dyeing of textile fibers such as cotton and polyester [1].
8] Acidic structures would be stained by basic dyes, while basic structures would be stained by acidic dyes.
About 50% of reactive dyes, 20% disperse dye and 2% of basic dyes being unfixed on fabric are released in wastewater (Tan et al.
Deniz and Saygideger (2011) also worked on the biosorption of basic dyes by using princess tree leaf biomass and evaluated the thermodynamic parameters.

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