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 (ō′zō-nīz′, -zə-)
tr.v. o·zo·nized, o·zo·niz·ing, o·zo·niz·es
1. To treat or impregnate with ozone.
2. To convert (oxygen) to ozone.

o′zon·iz′er n.
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Nakaoka, "Series inductor compensated load resonant inverter type ozonizer with pulse density modulation control scheme and its evaluations", ISIE '97 Proceeding IEEE Int.
SBO (50 mL) was dissolved in acetone (450 mL) and stirred with a magnetic stirrer in an ozonizer (model Lab-2 [220 Vac, 60 Hz], Ozonetech Co., Daejeon, Korea), which had a flux of 0.5 liter [min.sup.-1] and a pressure of 1 kg [cm.sup.-2].
Ozone gas produced from this ozonizer was introduced into 1 liter of sterile distilled water for 20 minutes.
Marinetti's culinary polemic advocated the introduction of scientific methods in the kitchen--a "cooking laboratory" replete with chemicals, ultraviolet lamps, electrolysis, and the development of new devices such as the "ozonizer" to highlight olfactory sensations.