Decolorization of azo dye Acid Red 27(◊) and Reactive Red 2 (○)
The decolorization of Acid Red 27 and Reactive Red 2 are shown in
Fig. 2 .
This was rather different from Reactive Red 2 where decolorization
of the dye took place after 3 h (Fig. 2 ), although cell
growth (Fig. 3 ) and glucose consumption (Fig. 4 ) were
started at the beginning of incubation.
A reduction of Acid Red 27 (521 nm) and Reactive Red 2
(519 nm) concentration was observed during decolorization, as
shown in, Fig. 5 a, b respectively.
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