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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.
Wei et al., "Decolorizing activity of malachite green and its mechanisms involved in dye biodegradation by Achromobacter xylosoxidans MG1," Journal of Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology, vol.
Sapindin (Sapindus trifoliatus), from Soapnut Tree, may have potential application as a natural cleansing agent and for decolorizing stained teeth.
Among these wood, peat and lignin (paper will waste) are commonly used for decolorizing materials.
Contract notice: market consultation for anion exchanger resin for removal of nom (decolorizing resin)
All AOPs used in this study appeared to be capable of completely decolorizing the azo dye Remazol Black B within feasible reaction time, ranging from few minutes to 30 minutes, except UV alone as the dye seemed to be resistant to direct photolysis.
(1999), found thatTrametes versicolour grown in a 1.0-L aerated stirred tank bioreactor under non-sterile conditions was capable of decolorizing polyvinylamine sulphonate anthrapyridone (Poly R-478) with the average dye elimination of 80% and it was achieved after 19-day cultivation.
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.
Effect of Different Reactive Black-5 Concentration on Bacterial Dye Decolorizing Efficiency in the Presence of Cr
Azo dyes decolorizing yeast identified as Candida tropicalis 4S was isolated from wastewater treatment plant of textile and dyeing industry, Kot Lakhpat, Pakistan.
The data analysis showed that among the eight different redox mediators studied for dye decolorization, only vanillin enhanced the dye decolorizing ability of gourd peel peroxidase in both cases.