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The colony showing maximum decolourization zone named ts17 was transferred to the broth containing the same dye (50 mgL-1) to test the decolourization potential of the bacterium in static liquid medium at 37AdegC and drawn growth curve of bacterium ts17 on the same condition.
Add the dry dye powder to a half cup of water to form a paste.
The amount of 1g of cationic red-3R basic dye (Hangzhou Emperor Chemical Co., Ltd.) was added with 99 mL of boiling water.
Formulation of consortia for effective dye degradation
In this paper, we probe dye N719 diffusion and adsorption kinetics via optical techniques including indirect nanoplasmonic sensing (INPS).
The *OH radical can attack the chromophoric group of dye and initiate the oxidation of reactive dye by abstraction of hydrogen atom and electrophilic addition consecutively involving several degradation mechanisms, during which aromatic intermediates and inorganic ions are formed [12].
To make a dye bath, add your plant of choice (see "Backyard Dye Plants," above) to a stainless steel pot and pour in distilled water to cover.
The dye potential of the pigment was analyzed by dyeing pure cotton fabric under normal conditions.
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