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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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Following the completion of the ion exchange stage of processing, which will produce purified lithium chloride eluate, the eluate will then enter a lithium carbonate process followed by washing with deionized water, drying, and then being micronised using a jet mill.
Separately, zinc nitrate hexahydrate (Zn[(NO).sub.3] x 6[H.sub.2]O) (99% purity, Aldrich) was dissolved in 300 mL of deionized water with constant stirring.
In contrast, the EcoPower technology uses only deionized heated water.
It serves its customer base with a variety of products and solutions including reverse osmosis, deionized water systems, ultra-filtration, and portable exchange.
The same amount of bean sprout stems were mixed with deionized water only; deionized water mixed with natural silica powder; and deionized water mixed with QELBY powder, respectively.
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.
Using PATP, scientists at The Ohio State University investigated how: acetic, citric and lactic acids at pH 5.0; hydrochloric acid at pH 5.0; and deionized water at pH 6.8 would inactivate the spores of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens.
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.
Deionized water is often used to make the ice blocks transparent in most of the buildings.