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deodorizing

[dē′ōd·ə‚rīz·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
A process for removing odor-creating substances from oil or fat, in which the oil or fat is held at high temperatures and low pressure while steam is blown through.
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Essentially, the leaves of cilantro exhibited a strong deodorizing effect against the organs.
Selective Micro recently introduced a new method of generating chlorine dioxide, a chemical that is used in the brewing industry for cleaning, bleaching and deodorizing.
Scholl has a new line of Pedicure Essentials that includes a deodorizing and moisturizing cream, as well as a dual-action nail brush with natural pumice on once side and angled bristles on the other, and also a larger ergonomically shaped pumice stone to smooth callouses and cracked heels.
It can be used for deodorizing cat litter and even as hair color and setting gel
The deodorizing products include two absorbers and a neutralizing spray.
This is followed by cleaning and de-greasing the hopper doors on each floor; deodorizing the chute walls; an enzyme treatment; and washing an deodorizing the compactor.
The deodorizing chemical agent, named Ciganon, can be applied to all types of manmade fibers including polyester, nylon and acrylic and synthetic-natural blended fibers, Toray said.
com/research/831215/the_20112016_worl) has announced the addition of the "The 2011-2016 World Outlook for Once-Refined Coconut Oil after Alkali or Caustic Wash but before Deodorizing or Use in End Products" report to their offering.
who want Bongbong to ask forgiveness for the sins of his father to do the same for the role they played in deodorizing the martial law regime.
Contract notice: Sealing Works Deodorizing Towers The Haliotis Wastewater Treatment Plant In Nice.