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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 the decolorized medium, there was no peak in the region of 1646.3 cm-1 which is the characteristics of azo bond.
To know that the decolorization was due to biodegradation of Reactive Violet 5 was confirmed by FT-IR by analyzing dye degraded products in the decolorized medium.
This suggests that although the dyeing effluents can be almost completely decolorized using Cu-Fe-PAA-g-PTFE (ii)/[H.sub.2][O.sub.2] system, the mineralization of the dye molecules in the effluents is limited possibly due to the partial oxidation of organic substrates.
The NTP also assessed the acute effects of aloe gel only and decolorized (activated charcoal treated) whole leaf aloe, and in these studies, mice and rat body weights, water and feed consumptions, organ weights, hematology, clinical chemistry, and urine chemistry were generally similar to controls.
Textile dyes like Orange 3R and Yellow GR were better decolorized by Anabaena sp.
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").
tuberculosis and other mycobacteria "acid fast" bacteria because their fatty cell walls prevent the cells from being decolorized by acid solutions after staining during diagnostic tests.
Under the optimum conditions, AO7 was decolorized rapidly within 60 min (over 97% decolorization efficiency), with 34.8% of TOC reduction.
The samples were then decolorized with 95% alcohol for 20 s and washed.