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Aurophenine O     5-(4-ethoxyphenyl)diazenyl-2- [(E)-2-[4-(4...

Synonyms: Erie Yellow Y, NSC6178, AC1Q6WVG, NSC47745, DY12 dye, ...
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  • The optimum concentration of Fenton's reagent (H(2)O(2)/Fe(2+)) was found as 1500/500 mg l(-1) for 50 mg l(-1) DY12 dye in water at pH 4 [1].


  1. Photodegradation of direct yellow-12 using UV/H2O2/Fe2+. Rathi, A., Rajor, H.K., Sharma, R.K. Journal of hazardous materials. (2003) [Pubmed]
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