desalinization


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de·sal·i·nize

 (dē-săl′ə-nīz′)
tr.v. de·sal·i·nized, de·sal·i·niz·ing, de·sal·i·niz·es
To desalinate.

de·sal′i·ni·za′tion (-nĭ-zā′shən) n.
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desalinization
a diagram of a distillation process showing how seawater is desalinized

de·sal·i·ni·za·tion

(dē-săl′ə-nĭ-zā′shən)
The removal of salt from something, such as seawater or soil.

desalinize verb
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.desalinization - the removal of salt (especially from sea water)
chemical action, chemical change, chemical process - (chemistry) any process determined by the atomic and molecular composition and structure of the substances involved
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The issue is of particular importance in Qatar, where the desalinization process that creates all of the country's fresh water accounts for up to 40 percent of Qatar's total gas usage.
5 million loan to fund a desalinization project in the New Territories, approved in 1972.
Among their topics are the ion-exchange kinetics of alkaline metals on the surface of carboxymethyl cellulose Sn(IV) phosphate composite cation exchanger, the adsorption of proteins onto non-soluble polysaccharide matrices: a friendly strategy to isolate enzymes with potential application for downstream processes, different desalinization processes for turning sea water into fresh drinking water, removing phosphates and sulphates in a multi-ion system with nitrates, and adsorption and ion exchange: basic principles and their application in food processing.
the building of a desalinization plant), so banks may not be equipped to address these needs.
Water is life, thus imperative to opt for desalinization and RO process to make fresh water to feed our industry and ports also public at large.
Turkey will also be allowed to build a hospital, power plant and water desalinization plant in Gaza.
In addition to electricity, the integrated seawater desalinization plant produces up to 618 million liters of drinking water per day for the people of Qatar.
It also includes economic policy matters such as the Netanyahu government's often bitter political struggle (against a rising tide of populist resistance) to ensure the ability to export gas from Israel's offshore fields; maritime trade arrangements with Turkey and new provisions for traffic at border crossings, as well as Israel's over-flight policy; ongoing policy on water allocation to Jordan, well beyond the requirements of the Israel-Jordan peace treaty; and a move to implement the Red-Dead (Red Sea to Dead Sea) water carrier plan, including a planned large desalinization plant in Aqaba (which would facilitate mutual water supplies).
Why didn't the government from way back or the present administration put up a desalinization office under the Department of Science and Technology, to process salt water, which we have in abundance, into fresh water?
and additional warehouse facilities in Houston and Chicago, distributes corrosion-resistant alloys that are fabricated into products for industries such as petrochemical, chemical process, oil field, pharmaceutical and desalinization operations.
To overcome this problem, desalinization values were determined based on the averages of salinity by weight as follows:
In the Gulf, countries such as the United Arab Emirates and Qatar have already turned to desalinization plants for most of their drinking water, but despite vague plans to build such plants in Yemen, none has yet materialized.