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Without single-slide processing, it is impossible to adjust decolorization to individual slide requirements, as all slides are subjected to the same decolorizing conditions.
Decolorizing dye wastewater with low temperature catalytic oxidation.
Interest in oral health often relates to anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory activity, as well as decolorizing stains, according to Sabinsa's Mr.
The investigation proved that the use of Fenton's system permitted a high reduction of sugar-like substances and total decolorizing of non-sugar compounds.
Mulder; Decolorizing and detoxifying textile wastewater, containing both soluble and insoluble dyes, in a full scale combined anaerobic/aerobic system.
Another reason why bone char is not used in organic sugar production is that its decolorizing function is neither needed nor desired.
Novak and Gregor (1969) found that the maximum surface area and the highest decolorizing ability is attained for some acid treated dioctahedral smectites after removal of 0.
She writes of those who wish to move to a new paradigm, "(They) must always insist on new spaces for cultivating new contextual and international readings and writings, which are both decolorizing and depatriarchalizing.
Following decolorizing, rinsing, and blocking steps, the membranes were transferred to the primary antibody solution (an unfractionated antiserum to SMV diluted 1:10 000 in phosphate-buffered saline), and incubated for 30 rain with gentle agitation.
In 1883, German pathologist Friedrich Neelsen added his modification, using carbol fuchsin instead of carbol methyl violet and decolorizing with 15% sulfuric acid.
It is also very effective at cleaning and decolorizing presses, hoses, bungs, lab equipment, floors and clothing.
Plate and frame filters are ideal for syrup decolorizing processes.
It was in Venice that the technique for adding decolorizing material to glass was developed and where glass was first formed that was reasonably clear and transparent.
The sodium sulfite and vinegar react to form the decolorizing gas, and the rose grows pale after about five minutes, says Nygaard.