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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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Among the organic acids tested, citric acid enhanced spore lethality, while acetic and lactic acids yielded a similar spore reduction to what occurred with deionized water.
The researchers said that deionized water was effective because it acts as a lubricant, so less friction is needed to remove the nits from the hairs same as the ordinary conditioners.
Skidded deionized continuous process water treatment resulting in longer service cycles and a 25% reduction in regenerant chemical usage as a result of optimized resin, process design, and adaptive controls.
They found that between 37 and 87 percent of bacteria were killed in the sponges soaked in 10 percent bleach solution, lemon juice, or deionized water--and in those left untreated.
Sand was tempered to 40 compactability utilizing deionized water and a test water, both "spiked" to set pH levels.
When each child was finished playing, his or her hands were rinsed for 1 minute in a Ziploc bag of deionized water.
Finally, the wafers are rinsed in deionized (DI) water and spin dried.
The flux is available in 1, 5 and 55 gallon containers, can be applied by spraying or dipping and can be diluted when required by using deionized water.
The new approach is based on the fast RF-heating of vacuum-packed fish products immersed in deionized water of very low electric conductivity.
neoformans isolates were grown on Sabouraud's dextrose agar at 37[degrees]C for 48 h, a loopful of cells from the culture was mixed with sterile deionized water and centrifuged.
The film was then scraped off and added to 600 mL of hot deionized water with 1 mL 1.