Synonym: Reactive Blue 19
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|composition||Dye content, ~50%|
25 g in glass bottle
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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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