discoloration


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Here, we provide an overview of discoloration and approaches to navigate around it, and then a specific example of stabilizing a solution-phase cast-film LLDPE to demonstrate proof of concept.
Ear blight, grain discoloration and other similar diseases have been attributed to fungal causal agents (Atkins, 1974; Ou, 1985; Lee, 1992 a, b).
The first step in tooth discoloration is the formation of pellicle.
Skin discoloration or hyperpigmentation is typical during pregnancy, doctors say.
The ability to stop heat related damages such as buckling, cracking, warping, and discoloration.
However, as is the case when stainless steel is welded, the heat from the welding creates lasting discoloration and contaminates the surface metal.
Webster officials have in recent months made changes to every aspect of the town's water distribution and filtration system, which has resulted in discoloration, and drawn concerns and complaints from residents, who want to know whether their water is safe for drinking, bathing, cooking, and washing clothes.
Such introductions as Neutrogena Visibly Even BB Cream help to brighten skin and minimize the look of discolorations, dark spots, blotchiness and blemish marks, delivering flawless, even-looking skin in four weeks, according to the company.
Although severe discoloration during fixed orthodontic treatment does not routinely occur, enamel color changes have been reported in some cases due to adsorption of food or drink stains or the corrosion products of orthodontic appliances.
Noticeable discoloration of permanent teeth can impact on a person's self-image, self-confidence, physical attractiveness and employability.
For example, yellow shoulder disorder (YSD), a ripening disorder that results in blotchy discoloration under the skin of the tomato, is a major concern.