CVD

(redirected from Crystal Violet Dye)
AcronymDefinition
CVDCerebrovascular Disease
CVDChemical Vapor Deposition
CVDCardiovascular Disease
CVDCountervailing Duty (International Trade)
CVDChef Vom Dienst (German: Chief of Service)
CVDCongressional Visits Day
CVDCamp Verde (Amtrak station code; Camp Verde, AZ)
CVDCompact Video Disc
CVDCard Verification Data
CVDChina Video Disc
CVDCard Verification Digits
CVDCrystal Violet Dye (biological stain)
CVDCallendar-Van Dusen (equation)
CVDComité Villageois de Développement (French: Village Development Committee)
CVDCentralized Virtual Desktop
CVDCenter for Voting and Democracy
CVDCoordinated Vulnerability Disclosure (technology policy; Microsoft)
CVDCercle de la Voile de Dakar (French sailing association)
CVDCognitive Visual Dysfunction
CVDCambodian Vision in Development
CVDCome Volevasi Dimostrare
CVDCentrum Voor Dienstverlening
CVDCasper Van Dien (actor)
CVDConstant Velocity Drive
CVDCarte Virtuelle Dynamique (French: Dynamic Virtual Card)
CVDCold Vacuum Drying
CVDCentralized Virtual Device
CVDContinuous Variable Discharge
CVDCompact Video Disk
CVDClear Voice Detection
CVDCivil District Court
CVDChinese Video Disk
CVDCard Verification Device
CVDConvention and Visitor Development
CVDCastro Valley DeMolay (International Order of DeMolay)
CVDCentrum Voor Didactiek
CVDCar Vs. Driver (band)
CVDColor Vision Deviant
CVDCab View Driver (train driving simulation)
CVDCardiac Valvular Dysplasia, X-Linked
CVDConsumer Value Direct
CVDCode View Debugger
CVDContinuous-Valued Digits
CVDCavity Drain
CVDCommunication Value Development
CVDCentral Ventilatory Dysfunction
CVDControlled, Fluidized Bed, Vapor Deposition
CVDCore Value Dossier (healthcare treatment strategy tool)
CVDConsonant Vowel Digraph (linguistics)
References in periodicals archive ?
The percent degradation of the crystal violet dye was observed through UV-visible spectrophotometer.
Zerrouq, "Assessment of adsorption kinetics for removal potential of crystal violet dye from aqueous solutions using Moroccan pyrophyllite," Journal of the Association of Arab Universities for Basic and Applied Sciences, vol.
INH, EMB and RIF (1 [micro]g/ml,0.0625 [micro]g/ml, 0.0625 [micro]g/ml) depicted as reduction in growth percent quantified by using crystal violet dye as bar graph.
Crystal Violet Dye (Merck ltd., Thailand) was used with further purification for checking coating characteristics.
In fact, multiple Methyl Violet structures (Penta- and Tetra-methylpararosaniline) were observed with capillary electrophoresis and electrospray ionization mass spectrometry in the Crystal Violet dye standard (Sigma-Aldrich, [greater than or equal to] 90 percent pure) used in this study.
The pseudo-second-order kinetics fits well with most systems of dye adsorption using natural fibers, such as adsorption of methylene blue and direct red using garlic straw [20, 21], adsorption of crystal violet dye using sugarcane bagasse [11], removal of tartrazine using Lantana camara [22], crystal violet dye removal using papaya seed [23], and adsorption of navy blue using powdered orange [24].
A well-established fact is that SBA-3 has a negative charge density due to the presence of Si-O and Si-OH groups, which makes this sorbent suitable for adsorption of cationic crystal violet dye through electrostatic interactions (Figure 2).
Subsequently, Congo red and crystal violet dyes were applied; and it was observed under the polarized light that areas with amorphous matter accumulation rendered 'apple green reflections with Congo red (Figure 4).
Thus, the data indicates that gourd peel peroxidase could be a potential source for developing an inexpensive and efficient method for the treatment of recalcitrant fuchsin acid and crystal violet dyes that are potentially toxic.