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- v. Alternative spelling of decolorize.
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- v. remove color from
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Or magenta treated with a bleaching-agent in just sufficient quantity to decolorise it is invisible when used for writing.
Twenty c.c. of this solution diluted to 100 c.c. with water, and acidified with 10 c.c. of dilute hydrochloric acid, should not decolorise any of the permanganate of potassium solution; this shows the absence of ferrous salts.
The colour imparted to hot hydrochloric acid solutions by a trace of a ferric compound is so strong, and the reducing action of stannous chloride is so rapid, that a method of titration is based upon the quantity of a standard solution of stannous chloride required to completely decolorise a solution containing ferric iron.
A is molecular formula C8H10 does not decolorise bromine water but when refluxed with aq, acidified KMnO4 the latter decolorise forming compound B with C7H6O2.