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decolorize

(dē-kŏl′ĕ-rīz″) [″ + colorize]
To remove dye from a stained microscopic specimen, usually with an acid-alcohol wash.
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Especially, color of decolorized water using micro-bubble 3 hours is less than 10degree and color of water is not identified
The paper is de-inked, then bleached and decolorized without the use of any chlorine compounds (a process called "process chlorine free").
The colorless colonies surrounded by a decolorized zone were selected further.
2015) reported that synthetic dyes have been decolorized using physical, chemical and biological methods.
Replace the decolorized slides on the rack and cover each slide with the decolorizing solution for three minutes.
is decolorized by antioxidants according to their concentrations and antioxidant capacities.
To know the phytotoxic effect of Synozol Red decolorized products Vigna radiata was used.
Test was considered positive when whole column of milk was decolorized within 30minutes.
Ascorbic acid was determined in the fresh sprouted samples by titrametric method which was based on the measurement of the extent to which 2-6 dichlorophenol-indophenol solution was decolorized by ascorbic acid in sample extracts and standard ascorbic acid solutions (A.
In saline water cycle after diluted saline water exited from the cell, first it is decolorized and then goes to saturation step.
IARC clearly understands that decolorized whole leaf aloe vera juice is devoid of the toxic chemicals that have caused so much concern, yet CSPI seems willing to make uninformed and sensational comments that will only serve to confuse and frighten consumers despite the facts.
The smear is decolorized with 25% sulphuric acid, rinsed with water and counter stained with 0.