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- n. The use of ion exchange to remove ionic substances from a solution
- n. The return of an ionized gas to its neutral state
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the act or process of removing ions.
This is due to the deionization of the plasma of material at the end of the radiation dominiated period.
Maybe we are getting signals from the decoupling of gravity & gauge fields analogous to the deionization phase of the universe about 380,000 years after the big bang.
And the deionization of Tom DeLay has been a great sport in Washington, not so much here in New York, but in Washington.
• Knowledge of ultrapure water systems and technologies: filtration, membranes, r osmosis, deionization, electrodeionization and service DI
Siemens introduced LaboStar and LaboStar TWF compact deionization water purification systems for producing ASTM Type I water.
Oneta Bottling Co. then further purifies and packages the water, using a combination of activated carbon, ozone, ion exchange, reverse osmosis, and deionization processes.
NEXAR polymers are ideal for a variety of applications including performance fabrics, capacitive deionization, humidity control, and energy recovery ventilation.
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During the deionization cycle, an external electrical charge is applied on a pair of electrodes introduced in the feed water, this makes the ions dissolved in the water to migrate towards the electrode of opposite charge, where they are adsorbed.
Hendrick also installed special equipment, such as a water purification system that features the combination of reverse osmosis and electro-deionization.