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BIODEGRADATION AND DECOLOURIZATION OF AZO DYES USING MARINE BACTERIA
The azo aromatic is the most widespread dye class in the industry. They may have one or more azo (N=N) groups. The most commercially important are mono-azo dyes and di-azo dyes, tri-azo dyes, whereas poly azo are much less important. The disadvantage of these dyes are not easily decomposed by aerobic bacteria, but are degraded by anaerobic bacteria to aromatic amines like naphthylamines, chloro aniline. The dyes when they are exposed to the environment comprises a little percentage of waterfatcat:37gjhci4pbdcplkayghncmvluy