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decolorize

[dē′kəl·ə‚rīz]
(chemical engineering)
To remove the color from, as from a liquid.
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Decolorization of azo dye methyl red by suspended and co-immobilized bacterial cells with mediators anthraquinone-2, 6-disulfonate and Fe3O4 nanoparticles, Int.
decolorization radical cation: The total antioxidant activity of the meat samples was measured by the method described by Re et al [18].
Decolorization of high concentrations of synthetic dyes by the white rot fungus Bjerkandera adusta strain CCBAS 232.
The white-rot fungi Bjerkandera adusta packed in a fixed-bed bioreactor exhibits decolorization of wastewater of dyeing process from the textile industry.
Comparative study on decolorization of reactive dye 222 by white rot fungi Pleurotus ostreatus IBL-02 and Phanerochaete chrysosporium IBL-03.
Aikat K, Maiti T, Bhattacharyya B (2001) Decolorization and purification of crude protease Rhizopus oryzae by activated charcoal and its electroforetic analysis.
Aloe-juice products are made either solely from the pulp or from whole leaves that have been through a purification process known as decolorization.
It has potential for azo dye decolorization and successfully used for the treatment of different textile wastewater (Kurade et al.
After the 1999 announcement by General Electric (GE) and Lazare Kaplan International about their 'undetectable' and 'permanent' diamond decolorization process, a close collaboration between SSEF and researchers from various centres including the University of Nantes and CIBJO laboratories helped develop, one year later, final identification criteria.