rubidium bromide

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rubidium bromide

[rü′bid·ē·əm ′brō‚mīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
RbBr Colorless, regular crystals, melting at 683°C; soluble in water; used as a nerve sedative.
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The measurements were carried out at maximum absorption of RBBR (593 nm).
The dye equilibrium data for RBBR were assembled using the Langmuir (Rahchamani et al., 2011) and Freundlich (Chiang and Wu, 2010) isotherms.
The effect of RBBR concentration (0--100%), liquid phase volume (20--60 mL), and palm sheath quantity (10--30 g) on decolorization percentage is shown in Figure 2.
Under high pressure RbBr undergo a structural phase transition from the NaCl structure (B1) to the CsCl structure (B2).
At normal pressure, RbBr is a wide gap insulator (Figs.1 and 2).
4) indicating metallization in RbBr. Further increase in pressure leads to enhanced density of states at the Fermi level which induces superconductivity in RbBr [30].
In Vitro RBBR Dye Decolourisation Using Fungal Crude Enzyme.
Isolate UMAS MS8 was cultured similarly as mentioned earlier in GM liquid medium containing 0.2 g[L.sup.-1] of RBBR dye.
The protein content of day 6 crude enzyme obtained from RBBR decolourised culture medium was isolated by stepwise precipitation using different amount of solid ammonium sulphate (10%-100%, with 10% increment).
The energy of 6Ev does not differ appreciably from activation enthalpy (AHThe results of entropy change of activation 6S of LiBr in AN and LiBr, NaBr, KBr, RbBr and CsBr in 3- HPN and 50% AN+3-HPN at different temperatures are summarized in Tables 17, 18 and 19 respectively.
sanguineus to decolorize RBBR was demonstrated effectively without adding any redox mediators (Lu et al., 2007) which more than 80 (Percent) decolorization within 10 min at 40 C with 2-5 U L-1 at pH 3.0.
This crude enzyme showed potential for wastewater treatment containing RBBR. Although copper ions could improve laccase production as noted in this present study, further studies are still needed to find the way to improve the production enough for industrial uses such as molecular cloning and over expression.