Definition of Overbleaching
1. overbleach [v] - See also: overbleach
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Literary usage of Overbleaching
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1. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1912)
"Since overbleaching hastens the deterioration of fibers, extreme whiteness is undesirable in the sheet. In case of papers for ephemeral uses, permanency has ..."
2. Chemistry of Pulp and Paper Making by Edwin Sutermeister (1920)
"A slight overbleaching was found to reduce the strength and durability of the paper to a still greater extent." Our own very carefully conducted experiments ..."
3. The Manufacture of Paper by Robert Walter Sindall (1908)
"The extent to which cloth has been damaged by overbleaching may be determined by a simple test with methylene blue solution, which is readily absorbed by ..."
4. The New International Encyclopaedia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1906)
"... very durable, and have a pure, sympathetic tone. Next in rank are those made in Germany (Saxony). Owing to occasional overbleaching, ..."
5. Analysis of Resins, Balsams and Gum-resins: The Chemistry and Pharmacognosis by Karl Dieterich (1901)
"... partly by overbleaching, and partly by alterations due to the action of atmospheric air, since, unless stored under water, shellac gradually loses its ..."
6. Bleaching, by S.H. Higgins by Sydney Herbert Higgins (1921)
"Dyers and Col., 1910, 26, 273) finds that material showing 5 per cent decrease in strength due to overbleaching will show a faint pink stain with Fehling's ..."