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Remazol Brilliant Blue R

anthraquinone dye

Synonym: Reactive Blue 19



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composition   Dye content, ~50%



25 g in glass bottle

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Competitive adsorption of Reactive Orange 16 and Reactive Brilliant Blue R on polyaniline/bacterial extracellular polysaccharides composite--a novel eco-friendly polymer. Janaki V, Vijayaraghavan K, Ramasamy AK, et al. J. Hazard. Mater. 241-242, 110-7, (2012)


Multifunctional core-shell nanoparticles: discovery of previously invisible biomarkers. Tamburro D J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133(47), 19178-88, (2011)


A comparative study on the degradation of RB-19 dye in an aqueous medium by advanced oxidation processes. Guimarães JR, Maniero MG, and Nogueira de Araújo R J. Environ. Manage. 110, 33-9, (2012)


Enhanced decomposition of reactive blue 19 dye in ultrasound assisted electrochemical reactor. Siddique M, Farooq R, Khan ZM, et al. Ultrason. Sonochem. 18(1), 190-6, (2011)


Chitosan hollow fibers as effective biosorbent toward dye: preparation and modeling. Mirmohseni A, Seyed Dorraji MS, Figoli A, et al. Bioresour. Technol. 121, 212-20, (2012)


Degradation of anthraquinone dye C.I. Reactive Blue 19 in aqueous solution by ozonation. Fanchiang JM and Tseng DH Chemosphere 77(2), 214-21, (2009)


Simple in situ functionalizing magnetite nanoparticles by reactive blue-19 and their application to the effective removal of Pb2+ ions from water samples. Madrakian T, Afkhami A, and Ahmadi M Chemosphere 90(2), 542-7, (2013)


Stimulation of reactive dye removal by cyanobacteria in media containing triacontanol hormone Karacakaya P, Kiliç NK, Duygu E, Dönmez G. J. Hazard. Mater. 172, 1635-1639, (2009)


Production of laccase and decolouration of the textile dye Remazol Brilliant Blue R in temporary immersion bioreactors. Rodríguez-Couto S J. Hazard. Mater. 194, 297-302, (2011)


A promising inert support for laccase production and decolouration of textile wastewater by the white-rot fungus Trametes pubescesns. Rodríguez-Couto S J. Hazard. Mater. 233-234, 158-62, (2012)


Assessment of the joint effect of laccase and cellobiose dehydrogenase on the decolouration of different synthetic dyes. Enayatzamir K, Tabandeh F, Yakhchali B, et al. J. Hazard. Mater. 169(1-3), 176-81, (2009)


Thermal-pressure-mediated hydrolysis of Reactive Blue 19 dye. Siddique M, Farooq R, Khalid A, et al. J. Hazard. Mater. 172(2-3), 1007-12, (2009)


Functionalization of cellulose acetate fibers with engineered cutinases. Matamá T, Araújo R, Gübitz GM, et al. Biotechnol. Prog. 26(3), 636-43, (2010)


Decolorization and biodegradation of remazol brilliant blue R by bilirubin oxidase. Liu Y, Huang J, and Zhang X J. Biosci. Bioeng. 108(6), 496-500, (2009)


Parallel screening of wild-type and drug-resistant targets for anti-resistance neuraminidase inhibitors. Hsu KC, Hung HC, Horng JT, et al. PLoS ONE 8(2), e56704, (2013)


In silico analysis of Pycnoporus cinnabarinus laccase active site with toxic industrial dyes. Prasad NK, Vindal V, Narayana SL, et al. J. Mol. Model. 18(5), 2013-9, (2012)


Decolorization of anthraquinone dye Reactive Blue 19 by the combination of persulfate and zero-valent iron. Le C, Wu JH, Li P, et al. Water Sci. Technol. 64(3), 754-9, (2011)


Decolorization and transformation of anthraquinone dye Reactive Blue 19 by ozonation. Fanchiang JM and Tseng DH Environ. Technol. 30(2), 161-72, (2009)


Photodegradation of aqueous reactive dye using TiO(2)/zeolite admixtures in a continuous flow reactor. Kuo CY, Pai CY, He CC, et al. Water Sci. Technol. 65(11), 1963-9, (2012)


Biosorption of chromium(VI), nickel(II) and Remazol blue by Rhodotorula muciloginosa biomass. San NO and Dönmez G Water Sci. Technol. 65(3), 471-7, (2012)


Decolorization of Remazol Brilliant Blue R by a purified laccase of Polyporus brumalis. Kim H, Lee S, Ryu S, et al. Appl. Biochem. Biotechnol. 166(1), 159-64, (2012)


Application of cuprous oxide synthesized from copper-containing waste liquid to treat aqueous reactive dye. Kuo CY and Pai CY Water Sci. Technol. 65(9), 1557-63, (2012)


Enhanced biodecolorization of reactive dyes by basidiomycetes under static conditions. Bibi I and Bhatti HN Appl. Biochem. Biotechnol. 166(8), 2078-90, (2012)


The effect of recycling flux on the performance and microbial community composition of a biofilm hydrolytic-aerobic recycling process treating anthraquinone reactive dyes. Wang Y, Zhu K, Zheng Y, et al. Molecules 16(12), 9838-49, (2011)


Preparation of stabilized nano zero-valent iron particles via a rheological phase reaction method and their use in dye decolourization. Cheng Y, Lu M, Jiao C, et al. Environ. Technol. 34(1-4), 445-51, (2013)


Adsorption of Remazol Brilliant Blue R on activated carbon prepared from a pine cone. Geçgel U and Kolancılar H Nat. Prod. Res. 26(7), 659-64, (2012)


FT-IR 1 (2), 1019:A / FT-IR 2 (3), 4125:C / IR-Spectra (3), 1477:F / NMR-Reference 2 (2), 831:B / RegBook 1 (2), 2771:O / Sax 6, 517 / Sigma FT-IR 1 (2), 208:D / Stains and Dyes Ref, 620 / Structure Index 1, 440:A:6

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