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reagent +     
1,3-di(p-tolyl)carbodiimide 
1,4-phenylenediamine +   
2,4,6-trinitrobenzenesulfonic acid  
2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine 
2,6-dichloroindophenol  
2-thiobarbituric acid +   
acetic anhydride  
bentiromide 
bleaching agent +   
A reagent that lightens or whitens a substrate through chemical reaction. Bleaching reactions usually involve oxidative or reductive processes that degrade colour systems. Bleaching can occur by destroying one or more of the double bonds in the conjugated chain, by cleaving the conjugated chain, or by oxidation of one of the other moieties in the conjugated chain. Their reactivity results in many bleaches having strong bactericidal, disinfecting, and sterilising properties.
BNPS-skatole 
bromodichloromethane  
chiral reagent +  
chromatographic reagent +   
colorimetric reagent +   
cross-linking reagent +   
dimethyl carbonate 
dioxygen +   
electrophilic reagent +   
gelator 
Grignard reagent +  
methoxypoly(ethylene glycol)-maleimide 
microarray analysis reagent +  
N-bromosuccinimide 
nitric acid +   
nitryl chloride 
NMR shift reagent +  
nucleophilic reagent +   
o-anisidine  
p-anisidine +   
peptide coupling reagent +   
phenyl isothiocyanate 
piperidine +   
platinum dichloride +  
sodium tungstate +   
sodium tungstate dihydrate 
spectrophotometric reagent +   
spin trapping reagent +   
swelling agent 
tetramethylrhodamine ethyl ester perchlorate 
trifluoroacetic acid +   
trimethylenediamine +   
urea hydrogen peroxide 
Wittig reagent 

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Xrefs: Wikipedia:Bleach

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