triphenylmethane


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triphenylmethane

 [tri-fen″il-meth´ān]
a substance from coal tar, the basis of various dyes and stains, including rosaniline, basic fuchsin, and gentian violet.

triphenylmethane

(trī-fĕn″ĭl-mĕth′ān)
A coal tar–derived chemical that is the basis of some dyes and stains.
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PGC-MS analysis highlighted the presence of triphenylmethane in the deposit structure as shown in Figure 15, indicating that high-boiling components remain on the valve surface like pyrene.
A safe, bloodbrain barrier permeable triphenylmethane dye inhibits amyloid-beta neurotoxicity by generating nontoxic aggregates.
Bakhrouf, "Removal of triphenylmethane dyes by bacterial consortium," The Scientific World Journal, vol.
More than 10,000 different commercially available synthetic dyes (mainly pigments belonging to azo, anthraquinone, and triphenylmethane groups) are produced in over 0.7 million tons per year [2].
Venkateshwarlu, "Extractive spectrophotometric methods for determination of PGZ using acidic triphenylmethane dyes," Asian Journal of Research in Chemistry, vol.
Anionic triphenylmethane dye solutions for low-dose food irradiation dosimetry.
The selective condensation of oxophilic metal phenolates with an aromatic aldehyde at the ortho position of the starting phenol has been utilized in the synthesizing of a 2,2?-dihydroxy triphenylmethane, another TAM derivative [7].
Azo and triphenylmethane dyes are primarily produced and used in the textile industry and cause pollution if not properly treated before discharge to the environment [3, 4].
The investigators stained one gel with a triphenylmethane dye and subsequently de-stained it.
Mutagenicity testing of certified food colors and related azo, xanthene and triphenylmethane dyes with the Salmonella/microsome system.
Wang, The Comparative Study on the Rapid Decolorization of Azo, Anthraquinone and Triphenylmethane Dyes by Zero-Valent Iron, Chem.