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basic dye

n.
Any of various usually synthetic dyes that produce brilliant colors, react as bases, and are usually used as stains. Also called basic stain.
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Thermodynamic factor and the structural factor of dyeing of acrylic fibre with basic dyes were reported by Wang (2009).
The adsorption of basic dyes from aqueous solution on modified peat-resin particle.
Shikha, "Effect of surfactants and electrolyte on removal and recovery of basic dye by using ficus carica cellulosic fibers as biosorbent," Surfactant, vol.
Adsorption of basic dye from aqueous solution onto fly ash, Journal of Environmental Management 87: 193200.
These findings indicate that PPP and CPLP could be employed as effective and inexpensive adsorbents for the removal of basic dyes especially MB.
[95] removed a basic dye (methylene blue) by two biosorbents Ulva lactuca and Sargassum.
As such, numerous alternative materials have been investigated to adsorb dyes from aqueous solution, using methylene blue as the model basic dye, such as guava leaf powder (Ponnusami et al., 2008), dehydrated wheat bran carbon (Ozer and Dursun, 2007), diatomaceous silica (Al-Qodah et al., 2007), wheat shell (Bulut and Aydin, 2006), NaOH-treated pure kaolin (Ghosh and Bhattacharyya, 2002), bamboo charcoal (Zhu et al., 2009), silver fir (Abies amabilis) sawdust (Zafar et al., 2008) and activated carbon from sugar beet molasses (Aci et al., 2008).
The aim of this work was to investigate the effects of some sonochemical parameters such as ultrasonic power, pH, and temperature on the degradation of fuchsin basic dye. Additionally, effects of additives such as ferrous iron, titanium dioxide, and radical scavenging agents were also studied.
Methylene blue is a kind of cationic dye (basic dye) containing heterocyclic aromatic chemical compound with the molecular formula [C.sub.16][H.sub.18][N.sub.3]SCl.
In order to quantify the affinity of zeolite for the basic dye studied, three widely used isotherm models (Langmuir, Freundlich and Temkin isotherm models) were used to analyze the data obtained from the adsorption process.
Flushed, Dry and Presscake: azo pigments, phthalocyanines, hansa yellows, carbazole violets, quinacridones and basic dye pigments.
Xu, Application of zeolite MCM-22 for basic dye revomal wastewater, J.

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