decolourize

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decolourize

(diːˈkʌləˌraɪz) or

decolourise

vb (tr)
(Colours) Brit variant spellings of decolorize
deˌcolouriˈzation, deˌcolouriˈsation n
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Verb1.decolourize - remove color from; "The sun bleached the red shirt"
discolor - cause to lose or change color; "The detergent discolored my shirts"
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Rise in demand for Hypophosphorous Acid as chemical intermediates, supported by its increasing utilization for producing Hypophosphite Salts, phosphinic acid and decolourisation of several chemical, among others, have been the major driving factors responsible for its growth.
A reverse in formation of DPPH radicalisation occurs when antioxidants are added to radicals, thus decolourisation occurs.
Asma, Decolourisation of textile dye Astrazon Red FBL by Funalia trogii pellets, Bioresource Technol., 81, 155 (2002)
Samples of 5 mL culture broth were drawn at every 6 h and percent decolourisation was determined as mentioned earlier.
Wang, "A Comparative study of Fenton and Fenton-like reaction kinetics in decolourisation of wastewater," Dyes and Pigments, vol.
Das, "Visible light induced photocatalytic decolourisation of rhodamine B by magnetite nanoparticles synthesised using recovered iron from waste iron ore tailing," Desalination and Water Treatment, vol.
Sirivithayapakorn, "Photocatalytic decolourisation of dyes using Ti[O.sub.2] thin film photocatalysts," Surface Engineering, vol.
The Trolox equivalent antioxidant capacity (TEAC) was determined using the [ABTS.sup.+] radical cation decolourisation assay, according to the method of Re et al.
One of the most common methods of laxatives removal is through nonspecific decolourisation (aloin and other anthraquinones/anthrones (1-6) being orange/yellow in colour) by activated carbon or charcoal [11].
The interest in using biological treatment method as compared to conventional physicochemical method can be seen with the growing number of research and review papers that have been putting forth evidences on the feasibility of using fungi particularly white rot fungi for dye decolourisation [7-10].