Meaning of decolourization in English:

decolourization

(also decolorization) (British decolorisation)

Pronunciation /ˌdiːkʌlərʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

See synonyms for decolourization

noun

See decolourize

‘But the rate of the reaction, after decolorisation varies greatly.’
  • ‘A number of reports discourage the azo dye decolorisation by microorganism under anaerobic conditions as it leads to the formation of corresponding aromatic amines.’
  • ‘The ability to degrade azo dyes varied between lignin peroxidase isoenzymes and optimum pH for decolorization differed between dyes.’
  • ‘Parameters such as suspended solids, the degree of decolorisation and removal of COD were measured before and after treatment.’
  • ‘Electrochemical decolorisation is based on the principle that electrons in an electric current split textile dyes into smaller, colourless parts that are more readily biodegradable.’