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  • For other works, conservation treatments include reducing stains with a mixture of distilled water and ethyl alcohol; removing glue with a cotton swab dipped in de-ionized water; humidifying and flattening pages; and resewing bindings by hand.

    The New York Public Library: From Vault to Exhibition Gallery: Conserving Library Treasures

  • Get a pan large enough to contain the keyboard and some distilled water - de-ionized water is even better.

    How To Save Your Keyboard After A Spill | Lifehacker Australia

  • DEF is an aqueous solution of 32.5 percent urea and 67.5 percent de-ionized water.

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  • Detroit Diesel, on the other hand, uses a proprietary "de-ionized water technology" to restore filters to 95% of their original capacity.

    Truck News : Headline News

  • "We now have the ability to manufacture drums in a clean room and rinse them in de-ionized water."

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  • First, it absorbs heat from expanding steam at the instant it escapes from the engine's cylinders to pre-heat the working fluid, de-ionized water, before entering the combustion chamber.

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  • Since it is made up of distilled or de-ionized water, the silver works like an anti bacterial product and would not get deteriorated even when stored for long.

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  • Also included is a filter-life tester to ensure water is fully de-ionized.

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  • The focal volume was determined for every work session using a 20 nM Alexa 488 solution, diluted in sterile de-ionized water.

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  • Fluorophore solutions were diluted in de-ionized water and deposited into a homemade measurement chamber

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