dechlorination


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de·chlo·ri·da·tion

(dē-klō'ri-dā'shŭn),
Reduction of sodium chloride in the tissues and fluids of the body by reducing its intake or increasing its excretion.

dechlorination

(dē-klōr″ĭ-nā′shŏn) [″ + Gr. chloros, green]
Reduction in the amount of chlorides in the body by reduction of or withdrawal of salt in the diet.
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The success of bioremediation relies on the presence and activities of microorganisms that are capable of degrading TCE by catalyzing sequential dechlorination reactions, thereby transforming trichloroethene (TCE) [right arrow] dichloroethene (DCE) [right arrow] vinyl chloride (VC) [right arrow] ethene (Hendrickson et al.
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