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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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5 mm diameter) placed in 10 mL of deionizer water maintained at 37[degrees]C.
The water treatment consisted of a deionizer (DI) with water softener backup.
For this purpose, the hemolymph was diluted 4 x with deionizer water, after which the levels of these ions were determined in an AVL 982-S Electrolyte Analyzer using ion-selective electrodes (Tamura et al.
Unlike filters, which only remove particles, the deionizer is an ion-exchange medium that electro-statically removes dissolved impurities.
After filtration, the resistivity of the water is adjusted by passing it through a deionizer cartridge.
To prepare all solutions, we used water purified in a high-grade MilliQ deionizer system (Millipore, Melbourne, Australia) with a resistance >14 M[OMEGA].
Our feed water is processed through an automatic deionizer.