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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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In one manufacturer's design, an "electro-optical eye" continuously monitors the effluent draining from an actively-decolorizing slide and identifies the optimal "stopping point," just as a skilled technologist stops decolorizing based on visual cues.
Sapindin (Sapindus trifoliatus), from Soapnut Tree, may have potential application as a natural cleansing agent and for decolorizing stained teeth.
1969, Surface area and decolorizing ability of some acid-treated montmorillonites.
Among these wood, peat and lignin (paper will waste) are commonly used for decolorizing materials.
Decolorization kinetics of a recombinant Escherichia coli strain harboring azo dye decolorizing determinants from Rhodococcus sp.
Absorbent Article with Side Barriers and Decolorizing Agents: Sarah O'Brien, Neenah, WI; SangWook Lee, Seoul, South Korea; Sion Choi, Gyeong-Gi-do, South Korea; Marcela Rendon, Bogota, Colombia; and Jin Chen, Appleton, WI.
Berje's manufacturing capabilities include blending, filtering, decolorizing, fragrance compounding, and custom formulation.
Effect of Different Reactive Black-5 Concentration on Bacterial Dye Decolorizing Efficiency in the Presence of Cr
However, waste water effluent is usually of an alkaline value, and hence, fungal strains capable of decolorizing dyes at wide pH values are desirable for industrial applications.
was responsible of decolorizing the red, green, black and yellow dyes to 75%, 71%, 73% and 77% respectively.
It can result from cell wall damage to an organism (inherent in some specimens), from decolorizing reagent being applied too zealously, or from a number of other variables (see Table 3, page 25).