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decolorize

[dē′kəl·ə‚rīz]
(chemical engineering)
To remove the color from, as from a liquid.
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Physical characteristics of decolorized chitosan as affected by sun drying during chitosan preparation.
00 (Butylene glycol) Phase B Aloe Vera Gel, Decolorized 10X (Terry Laboratories) 1.
Labs have attempted to work around this weakness by 1) batching certain types of samples together, 2) running some samples manually, or 3) "reading around" non-optimally decolorized slides.
Smear was made from the sediment and fixed by passing over a flame and stained by modified Ziehl Neelsen method, decolorized by 1% sulphuric acid, then washed with water and counterstained by methylene blue, then air dried and observed under high power and oil immersion lens.
In this study is to decolorized azo dyes by different volume amount of doped-Ti[O.
Improve USA, has self-affirmed that its decolorized in?
It is an acid-fast bacillus and retains carbol fuchsin even when it is decolorized by acid alcohol (because of the presence of the long chain fatty acids called mycolic acids in the cell wall).
As we reported in a 2007 update, most United States cane sugar continues to be decolorized through cow bone char.
1 Percent decolorized aniline blue solution (a fluorescent die) for 15 minutes.
Sometimes the atypical cells were only seen on the squash preparations and in these cases the smears were decolorized and then submitted for UFISH.
Many aloe beverages on the market today are made with decolorized aloe, in which charcoal filtration removes biochemical components such as aloin, a suspected carcinogen and one of the anthraquinones thought to give the plant its laxative properties.