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whiten

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Synonyms for bleach

to lose normal coloration; turn pale

Synonyms for bleach

the whiteness that results from removing the color from something

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the act of whitening something by bleaching it (exposing it to sunlight or using a chemical bleaching agent)

make whiter or lighter

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Coral bleaching, which occurs when coral become stressed and expel the microscopic plants which give them their color, was first recorded in 1979 and was already occurring more frequently around the globe as water temperatures increased, the report said.
Its co-ordinator, Clive Wilkinson ties the intense interest in coral bleaching to the ready availability of real-time NOAA reports on sea surface temperatures.
In practice, the actual pulp bleaching system is so complex that in addition to these hydroxyl and perhydroxyl anions a host of radical species are also generated from the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide with various pulp components.
While bleaching is a so-called ``reversible'' process - stains will eventually return to the tooth's surface - ceramic veneers have emerged as an alternative to caps, as a permanent way to achieve a glamorous grin.
to jointly evaluate an ozone bleaching process at the company's Espanola mill.
Main focus is on the environmentally-friendly technologies that can help solve some of the problems associated with conventional bleaching technologies
The Activated Bleaching Earth (CAS 70131-50-9) Market Research Report includes activated bleaching earth description, covers its application areas and related patterns.
The investigators found that the starter culture, the separation of fat or pasteurization did not impact bleaching efficacy.
Whereas the large majority of the discourse on skin bleaching focuses on the practice as it occurs throughout the world, there exists a paucity of literature on skin bleaching in the United States.
This study shows that the interplay between diseases and bleaching can play a much larger role than we realized," she added.
2] as the alkali source during the peroxide bleaching of mechanical pulps.
He recommends using over-the-counter bleaching or waxing systems like Ardell Invisi-Bleach cream or Surgi-Wax hair remover.
Elemental Chlorine-Free (ECF) bleaching uses chlorine dioxide, a process that releases only undetectable levels of dioxins into the environment.
While the natural beauty of coral is no doubt one reason for the public and scientific concern, fascination with coral bleaching also stems from speculation that its increasing frequency is a harbinger of global warming.
Technological advancement in the mechanical cleaning of the cotton prior to bleaching provides superior removal of non-lint material without damaging the fiber.