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i·on·ize

 (ī′ə-nīz′)
tr. & intr.v. i·on·ized, i·on·iz·ing, i·on·iz·es
To convert or be converted totally or partially into ions.

i′on·i′za·ble adj.
i′on·iz′er n.

ionizer

(ˈaɪəˌnaɪzə) or

ioniser

n
(General Physics) a person or thing that ionizes, esp an electrical device used within a room to refresh its atmosphere by restoring negative ions
Translations

ionizer

[ˈaɪənaɪzəʳ] Nionizador m

ionizer

[ˈaɪənˌaɪzəʳ] nionizzatore m
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One group of guinea pigs received air exposed to ultraviolet lights in the ward, a second group received ward air treated with negative ionizers and a control group was given air straight from the ward.
In 2006, the American Lung Association of California, Consumers Union, and the appliance industry sought to limit ozone emissions from indoor air cleaners (such as intentional ozone generators, ionizers, and electrostatic air cleaning devices) being sold in California.
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Another advantage of ionizers designed specifically for depression treatment is the presence of a conductive wrist strap or bed sheet (for use during sleep) that directs the ion flow to the patient.
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I prefer ionizers because they remove dust and produce negative ions, which are beneficial molecules that help to fight odors and free radical damage.