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Malachite green


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  • Variants

    • Aniline green
    • Basic green 4
    • Diamond green
    • Victoria green
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  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Johnson, Sterling Kendall. Comparative toxicity of malachite green to two species of catfish, 1974.
    • found: ChemIDPlus Advanced, accessed Nov. 11, 2005(name of substance: malachite green, abbreviated list of synonyms: Aniline green, Basic green 4, Benzaldehyde green, China green, Diamond green B, Victoria green, Acryl brilliant green B, Basacryl green X-BF, Basonyl green, Benzal green, Burma green B, Calcozine green V, Fast green O, Green MX, Green Malaquite, Grenoble green, Light green N, New Victoria green, Solid green O, Tertrophene green M, Tetramethyl diapara-amido-triphenyl carbinol, and others)
    • found: WWW thekrib.com/Chemistry/malachite-green, accessed Nov. 11, 2005(this dye ... Synonyms: aniline green, benzaldehyde green, china green, and others ... it belongs to the triphenylmethane family ... Usage: As mentioned: fungicide, topical bactericide, dye for yarns)
    • found: Baerwald, James K. Control of ichthyophthiriasis in channel catfish with a dip treatment in malachite green plus formalin, 1979.
    • found: Answers.com, accessed Nov. 11, 2005(Malachite green, also aniline green, basic green 4, diamond green B, or victoria green B, is a toxic chemical used to treat parasites, fungal infections, and bacterial infections in fish and fish eggs. It is especially active against the fungus Saprolegnia, which infects fish eggs in commercial aquaculture. It is also a very popular treatment against Ich in freshwater aquaria)
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    • 2005-11-14: new
    • 2006-01-19: revised
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