discoloration


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discoloration

Any change in color from the original color or from the desired color.
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Polyphenols - Extreme low volatility, no discoloration, resistant against leaching and extraction, very high performance, best AO for latex application.
Preventing discoloration is typically required to maintain visual aesthetics of the article or retention of physical properties.
The harmless green discoloration is a natural chemical reaction between sulfur in the egg white and iron in the yolk.
The costs associated with the discoloration issue include approximately $20 million, or $13 million after tax, associated with the writedown to realizable value of inventory on hand at Armstrong or to be returned from independent wholesalers.
Age Intervention Transitions benefits: -- Resolves or minimizes stubborn resistant adult acne -- Resurfaces skin texture for a more refined, polished and radiant look -- Improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles -- Significantly and rapidly lessens leftover acne discoloration for a brighter, more even-toned appearance Age Intervention Transitions is offered in a 1 oz.
Worse, the swelling and discoloration were starting to move rapidly up his leg, spreading from his ankle to just below his knee in about four hours, Roberts said.
Firemaster 552 is said to offer the advantages of penta-BDE (sold as DE-62 FR), including resistance to foam discoloration and smoldering ignition, little effect on foam physical properties, and excellent hydrolytic stability.
Over time, avoiding treatment could result in more severe complications, such as skin discoloration, infections and sores that will not heal and, in extreme cases, eventual amputation.
com/) today introduced Age Intervention Enlighten, a remarkable new composition that brightens and encourages the uniform appearance of facial discoloration -- even stubborn hyperpigmentation.
The paraffinic oils are said to deliver value through their exceptional oxidation, excellent initial color and lack of discoloration after UV and/or heat exposure, according to the literature.
Several groups of epidemiologists worldwide have reported a similar yellowish-brown discoloration of teeth in children exposed to extremely high concentrations of dioxinlike compounds.