bleaching agent

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8 April 2010 - A Chinese food additive company is suspected of adding pulverised lime in bleaching agents for flour.
Fire crews were called after a small amount of the chemical calcium hypochlorite, commonly used as a bleaching agent, spilled out of the back of a 40ft articulated lorry trailer just before 7am yesterday.
Common sources of aluminum in an American diet include aluminum cans, aluminum and non-stick cookware, anti-caking agent in table sugar and salt (sea salt is better), baking powder, antiperspirant, emulsifiers in some processed cheese, a bleaching agent used to whiten flour, vaccines, antacids, and others.
The main ingredient in all teeth whitening products is hydrogen peroxide, a bleaching agent.
The lemon acts as a bleaching agent and restores the whiteness While filming in London recently we visited Wickes (www.
Sodium chlorate proved to be a good source of oxygen for combination with chlorine to yield chlorine dioxide, a better bleaching agent for paper than plain chlorine.
In "Effects of a Bleaching Agent on Human Gingival Fibroblasts" Dr.
The chemical dioxin, which has drawn widespread concern since the late 1980s, is produced through a variety of industrial processes, including paper-making methods that use chlorine as a bleaching agent.
For laser bleaching, a dentist applies a bleaching agent to the teeth, then uses an argon laser to activate it.
The most common over-the-counter skin bleaching agent in the world, including North America and Europe, is hydroquinone.
Hydrogen peroxide is generally used as a bleaching agent in pulp & paper, textile, rattan and timber industries.
In the United States, hydrogen peroxide is classified as GRAS and is approved for use in some foods as a bleaching agent, oxidizing or reducing agent and as an antimicrobial agent.
The investigators have already determined that the bacteria do not induce bleaching in coral from the Red Sea, though the group is looking to see whether that coral has its own bacterial bleaching agent.
As well as aldehydes, Evonik also uses the reactors to produce hydrogen peroxide, an oxidizing and bleaching agent.