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Brilliant green

Brilliant green

The sulfate of di-(p-diethylamino)-triphenyl carbinolanhydride. An indicator dye that changes from yellow to green at ph 0.0 to 2.6; also used as a topical antiseptic and as a selective bacteriostatic agent in culture media.

Synonym: ethyl green.


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