discoloration


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discoloration

Any change in color from the original color or from the desired color.
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Additionally, I urge EPA to work with town officials to aid the Town of Norton and the Commonwealth in mitigating this discoloration issue.
The corrosion inhibitors contained in the product help protect any metal that might be vulnerable to flash rust or discoloration as the graffiti is cleaned off the surface.
Under certain deleterious circumstances, phenolic-based stabilization can lead to an undesirable discoloration of the film.
Keywords: Grain discoloration, rice, crop disease, breeding and genetics.
Tooth discoloration is a common clinical finding, which is considered primarily as an aesthetic problem.
One is skin discoloration, and while it isn't painful it is often bothersome and can affect your self-esteem.
Alvin Heat-Block is formulated to eliminate and protect metal against heat damage and discoloration during brazing, soldering, welding, and other procedures.
During the procedure, a distinct black discoloration of the thyroid parenchyma was observed.
During fabrication for food service and displays, weldments may incur discoloration around the joints.
2]) is caused by the production of hydroxyl radicals and expected to enhance the discoloration rate [5,6].
Recent complaints about water quality in the town of Webster underscore just how important a safe, clean and clear source of drinking water is to every community -- and how quickly discoloration can undermine public confidence.
The Accelerated Retinol SA formulation goes on working to continuously renew the look of skin throughout the day, while the use of vitamin C gently helps diminish the look of dark spots and discoloration for brighter, more even skin tone.