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Preparation of Activated Carbon From Sunflower Straw by H3PO4 Activation and Its Application for Acid Fuchsin Adsorption

H 3 PO 4 was used as the initiator, and sunflower straw activated carbon was made by the one-step activation method under the impregnation ratio of 1:1, 1:2, 1:5, 1:5. The adsorption of acid fuchsin simulated dye wastewater by SSAC prepared under various immersion ratios has been investigated. SSAC3 had the most specific surface area, with the smallest specific surface area and the largest pore volume, according to SSAC3, SSAC3 had the smallest specific surface area. Adsorption kinetics of four types of SSAC to AF were more in accordance with the quasi-second-order adsorption kinetic scheme. The sunflower straw activated carbon produced by the H 3 PO 4 one-step activation process is a green and effective carbon material with a large application potential in the treatment of dye-containing wastewater. m8 Activation method demonstrates that the sunflower straw activated carbon prepared by this method is a renewable and cost-effective carbon material with a large application potential.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-658385/v1


Preparation of Microwave Organic Modified Montmorillonites and Decolorization on Dye Wastewater of Acid Fuchsin

The decolorization of acid watewater of acid fuchsin was determined using microwave irradiation rather than traditional water bath heating method. The ideal decolorization condition was 0. 1 g of adsorbent quantity, 6. 1 of pH, 30 min of contact time, and 25 °C of operation temperature when the concentration of acid fuchsin solution was 40 mg/L.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/amr.366.301


THE REVERSE SELECTIVE BACTERIOSTATIC ACTION OF ACID FUCHSIN

The reverse selective reaction related to acid fuchsin can be explained on the basis of spore resistance. Both Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria can be identified as acid fuchsin and a basic fuchsin, which is less effective disinfectant than basic fuchsin. Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria are bacteria that cause a decrease in the bactericidal activity of the dye, which is made from basic fuchsin. The most significant part of the dyes' action is the toxic effect of the triphenylmethane dyes on Gram-positive spore-bearing organisms.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1084/jem.39.4.613


THE REVERSE SELECTIVE BACTERIOSTATIC ACTION OF ACID FUCHSIN

Acid fuchsin possesses bactericidal capability, but it is selectively between Gram-negative and Gram-positive spore-bearing aerobic organisms. Selective penetration, if at all concerned about the behavior of gentian violet and acid fuchsin toward bacteria, must play a very minor role. So far as the selective feature is concerned, a similarity exists in the case of gentian violet's ability to kill organisms and the ability to prevent their growth. The bacteriostatic and bactericidal specific characteristics of acid fuchsin are not similar in the case of acid fuchsin. Acid fuchsin is particularly vulnerable to Bacillus pyocyaneus, an organism that is resistant to gentian violet.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1084/jem.37.1.1


Adsorption, Kinetic, Equilibrium, Thermodynamic and Photocatalytic Investigations of the Removal of Nigrosin, Alizarin, Indigo and Acid Fuchsin Dyes on Modified CaO Surface

The adsorption isotherm experiments were performed, and equilibrium adsorption determined whether the Langmuir or Freundlich isotherm equilibrium was determined depending on the Sips isotherm results. According to their G, H, and S values, respectively, the adsorption processes of the tested dyes were spontaneous, endothermic, and random. The pseudo second-order model best represented adsorption kinetics, according to kinetic investigations.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.9734/ajacr/2020/v6i430167


An Improved Periodic Acid Fuchsin Sulfite Staining Method for Evaluation of Glycoproteins

Abstract Modification of the Köiw and Grönwall method for the staining of glycoproteins separated by paper electrophoresis has extended this process to papers in the Whatman 3MM class, with publication of results comparable to those obtained by direct chemical analysis of hexose in the individual protein fractions. A preliminary wash of the oven-dried paper strips with 95% ethanol was found to remove buffer salts from the paper and insure that the pH level in the oxidation process remained in the 3. 0-3. 5 range. Also, the quantities of the final stain were discovered to influence the quality of the final stain. The new technique has been used to analyze several body fluids of healthy people and patients with specific disease entities, as well as specific disease entities, and satisfactory glycoprotein distribution patterns have been established.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/clinchem/4.6.476


Investigation of nigrosine, alizarin, indigo and acid fuchsin removal by modification of CaO derived from eggshell with AgI: Adsorption, kinetic and photocatalytic studies

The kinetic studies were also investigated, the results revealed that the adsorption of alizarin dye followed the pseudo-first-order scheme, while the adsorption of the nigrosine, indigo, and acid fuchsin followed the pseudo-second-order model to a modified and unmodified CaO. After exposures to sunlight, the modified adsorbent had a good photocatalytic capacity, but a 0. 01 g modified adsorbent was able to absorb 100% of acid fuchsin by 5 min.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5155/eurjchem.10.1.64-71.1820

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