Definition of Decolors
1. decolor [v] - See also: decolor
Lexicographical Neighbors of Decolors
Literary usage of Decolors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Instruction in Chemical Analysis (qualitative) by C. Remigius Fresenius, John Lloyd Bullock (1850)
"Free chloric acid oxidizes and decolors indigo in the same manner as nitric acid ; consequently if the solution of a chlorate be mixed with sulphuric acid ..."
2. The History, diagnosis, and treatment of the fevers of the United States by Elisha Bartlett (1856)
"... 1838, and September, 1839; and that the liver was always deprived of its color—decolors—and yellow ; and the gall-bladder generally empty.3 [The liver ..."
3. A Reference handbook of the medical sciences embracing the entire range of by Albert Henry Buck (1904)
"Piorkowski heats the preparation for one-half to one minute with an alkaline solution of méthylène blue, then decolors for five seconds in alcohol ..."
4. Qualitative Chemical Analysis: A Guide in Qualitative Work, with Data for by Albert Benjamin Prescott, Otis Coe Johnson (1901)
"Sulphur dioxide decolors a solution of platinum chloride giving a compound which does not respond to the usual reagents for platinum and requires long ..."
5. The Science Record edited by Alfred Ely Beach (1873)
"... made to pass exhibits all its reactions ; it decomposes iodide of potassium, decolors indigo and the sunflower, colors blue the tincture of guaiacum, ..."