Definition of Decolored
1. decolor [v] - See also: decolor
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Literary usage of Decolored
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Chemist: A Monthly Journal of Chemical and Physical Science (1844)
"The result was still the same ; a new proof that the coloring matter does not constitute, an essential part of the composition of the bile. The decolored or ..."
2. Handbook of Diseases of the Skin by Hugo Ziemssen (1885)
"The parts covered with decolored hairs are clearly less pigmented than their ... The localization of the decolored patches is shown by the illustration ..."
3. Manual of Clinical Microscopy and Chemistry by Hermann Lenhartz (1904)
"VEGETABLE PARASITES. decolored [ie, until no more color comes away]. After complete evaporation of the alcohol, or, what is preferable, after careful ..."
4. Qualitative Chemical Analysis: A Guide in Qualitative Work, with Data for by Albert Benjamin Prescott, Otis Coe Johnson (1901)
"Iron (ferric), an intensely blood-red solution of Fe(CNS)3 , decolored by solution of mercuric chloride (§126, <!f>, distinction "from acetic acid); ..."
5. Lectures on auto-intoxication in disease, or, Self-poisoning of the individual by Charles Bouchard, Sir Thomas Oliver (1906)
"INJECTION OF THE SAME URINE decolored, IN NEARLY TRIPLE QUANTITY. We completely decolored, by means of animal charcoal, ..."
6. Laboratory work in bacteriology by Frederick George Novy (1899)
"acids, it is readily decolored by absolute alcohol. The smegma bacilli of diverse origin show unequal resistance to decoloration with acids. ..."
7. Papers to be Presented Before the Section on Ophthalmology of the American by Section on Ophthalmology, American Medical Association, American Medical Association Section on Ophthalmology (1906)
"decolored left disc. Vision increased from 20/200 to 20/40. Patient. ... He had no history of syphilis or of other disease. The discs were decolored. ..."