methyl violet


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methyl violet

[′meth·əl ′vī·lət]
(organic chemistry)
A derivative of pararosaniline, used as an antiallergen and bactericide, acid-base indicator, biological stain, and textile dye. Also known as crystal violet; gentian violet.
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5-20 mg/L) and higher (100-1000 mg/L) range of feed concentration of basic fuchsin and methyl violet dyes were prepared in distilled water at different pH and also in distilled water with varied molar concentration of sodium chloride and calcium chloride.
Comments: Al-Flex AC 8031-F is a high strength methyl violet exhibiting good gloss and transparency, with very good viscosity stability.
Comments: Al-Flex Methyl Violet dispersion, AC 8030-FX, is an acrylic resin based aqueous dispersion with a 40 percent pigment loading.