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bril·liant green

(bril'yant grēn), [C.I. 42040]
An indicator dye that changes from yellow to green at pH 0-2.6; also used as a topical antiseptic and as a selective bacteriostatic agent in culture media.
Synonym(s): ethyl green

brilliant green

A derivative of malachite green, used in staining bacteria.
See also: green

brilliant green

an antiseptic dye used topically.
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Mittal, Applicability of Waste Materials -Bottom Ash and Deoiled Soya-as Adsorbents for the Removal and Recovery of a Hazardous Dye, Brilliant Green, J.
The results showed that using adsorbent material, the percent removal of Congo red was decreased when the pH of SSAS was increased at constant other variables, while the percent removal of methylene blue, brilliant green and crystal violent dyes were increased when the pH of SSAS was increased at constant other variables as shown in Figure 3.
Dosimetric characterisation of aqueous solution of brilliant green for low- dose food irradiation dosimetry.
Brain-heart infusion and brilliant green broth were the most efficient enrichment media for Salmonella.
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SYDNEY: A thumbnail-sized frog with a long snout, a brilliant green katydid with bright pink eyes and a mouse with a white-tipped tail are among 200 species scientists have discovered in Papua New Guinea.
It turns the water a brilliant green, but is harmless, and the sun fades it totally away in a few hours.
As the Sun was setting with its lower limb a solar diameter above the Alderney sea, the multiple layered Sun shed 3 brilliant green flashes and 4 lesser examples at the top before the Sun moved into sea mist.
The Logitech Professional Presenter R800 projects a brilliant green laser pointer that's easily seen, even on LCD plasma displays in brightly lit environments.
But after the Basildon player missed a red and a black, O'Sullivan cleared the colours - including a brilliant green along the side cushion - and sealed the match with a break of 82, which climaxed with an exhibition pink and a final shot which sent both white and black careering off the table.
Most years in Oklahoma, the weather is terribly wet in early spring, at least around the Tulsa area, and the renewing rains that turn the countryside a brilliant green also raise lake levels, creeks and backwater sloughs, creating rough fish magnets.