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tr.v. de·i·on·ized, de·i·on·iz·ing, de·i·on·iz·es
To remove ions from (a solution) using an ion-exchange process.

de·i′on·i·za′tion (-nĭ-zā′shən) n.
de·i′on·iz′er n.
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It serves its customer base with a variety of products and solutions including reverse osmosis, deionized water systems, ultra-filtration, and portable exchange.
Tenders are invited for Deionized diaphragm valve type water faucets with new deionized needle valve type faucets.
It is designed to produce high-purity deionized water to pretreat the Mega-Pure Still.
The third extraction method involved boiling a steel plate in deionized water.
amyloliquefaciens in deionized water decreased by 4.
The scientists from Belgium, who gathered 605 hairs from six different children with a single nit attached to each one of them, found that nits on the hairs that were left completely untreated were the most difficult to remove, while hair strands soaked in deionized water were much easier to remove.
is the first commercially available system that performs ion chromatography separation using deionized water as the carrier and columns with internal diameters of 1 mm or smaller.
This includes a pre-assembly clean room treatment, a post-assembly hot and cold 8-hour rinse with deionized water, and a final class 100 clean and double-bag procedure.
Atlas uses a deionized (DI) water recirculation system for the testing of the effects of erosion due to rainfall.
Typical uses include chemical feed, bottle filling, deionized water transfer, food handling, beverage service, viscous material handling, laboratory, resin feeds and adhesive lines.
Then they treated each sponge in one of five ways: 1) soaked it for 3 minutes in a 10 percent chlorine bleach solution, 2) soaked it in lemon juice or deionized water for 1 minute, 3) heated it in a microwave for 1 minute, 4) placed it in a dishwasher operating with a drying cycle, or 5) left it untreated.
Since high-frequency ultrasound does not travel through air, a coupling fluid such as deionized water is used to deliver the ultrasound pulse from the transducer lens to the part surface.