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decolorize

[dē′kəl·ə‚rīz]
(chemical engineering)
To remove the color from, as from a liquid.
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Clearcoat layers designed as final topcoats for wood and metal substrates are normally colorless, and decolorizing rPET streams has become necessary for consistency.
Besides reducing pH and chemical oxygen demand (COD) significantly ozone gas was found to be capable of decolorizing wastewater up to 100% in just 30 minutes of treatment time.
In this reaction the DPPH radical convert into reduced form of DPPH by decolorizing of violet color into pale yellow depends on the capacity of the antioxidant compounds in the sample shows maximum absorbance in the range of 515 to 517 nm.
The microscope slides were heat fixed and stained by standard methodology for Gram's stains, except that only brief contact (3 seconds) with the decolorization solution was used to avoid excessive decolorizing.
For color images, the best option is to verify each channel individually, but if speed is required, an algorithm for decolorizing the image can improve the results over a simple conversion to greyscale, as it tries to retain as many important features as possible.
Combined with electro-optical decolorizing technology now available, laboratories can realize high-quality slide staining, increased standardization, labor-efficiency, throughput, and reduced waste in their gram stain operations.
In spite of this, even exists few studies of electrocoagulation applied to untreated vinasse (raw vinasse); nevertheless, the electrocoagulation has been employed for decolorizing raw vinasse (diluted up to 17.
Application of response surface methodology for optimization of important parameters in decolorizing treated distillery wastewater using Aspergillus fumigatus Ub2 60.
kingae are Gram-negative bacilli with flat ends in pairs or short chains, though they may resist decolorizing or decolorize unevenly (1, 27, 30) (Table 2).