decoloration


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decoloration

 [de-kul″er-a´shun]
1. removal of color; bleaching.
2. lack or loss of color.

decoloration

/de·col·or·a·tion/ (de-kul″er-a´shun)
1. removal of color; bleaching.
2. lack or loss of color.

decoloration

the natural loss or removal of color, as by bleaching.

de·col·or·a·tion

(dē-cŏlŏr-āshŭn)
The natural loss or removal of color, such as that caused by bleaching.

decoloration

1. removal of color; bleaching.
2. lack or loss of color.
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Decoloration of chlorotriazine reactive azo dyes with H2O2/UV, Dyes pigm, 33: 281-98.
oceanica pourraient etre considerees comme un materiau biologique assez prometteur et ainsi valorisees en tant qu'adsorbant bon marche et efficace pour la decoloration des effluents contamines par les colorants textiles.
In 2 published outbreaks, the Brucella isolate resisted decoloration and appeared as a gram-positive or gram-variable coccobacillus and thus was misidentified as micrococcus or a coryneform bacillus (14,29).
Chemically, bleaching is a process that allows the decoloration of some substances contained in wood tissues (main chemical constituents, impregnating or extracting substances) and involves degradation phenomena of the cellulose by oxidation and hydrolysis.
Ozone is also applied in full scale for the decoloration of textile industry wastewaters in several countries [69].
Basic Principal of Decoloration Toshiba's decolorable ink reverses the reaction that occurs in the development process during printing on thermal paper.