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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ionize.
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- adj. converted totally or partly into ions. Opposite of
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- adj. converted totally or partly into ions
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The two ships left a wake of thin ionized gas as friction heated up their hulls.
Gasen-Ionenwind (Convection phenomena in ionized gas-ionwinds),
Also called ionized (or charged) gas, plasma can be as common as in fluorescent light bulbs or exotic in the extreme, as a thermonuclear explosion.
Once "ionized," the water attracts dirt and bacteria, allowing users to clean dirty surfaces without using a traditional cleaning chemical.
The unexpected structure of the new phase, which the authors called gamma-B, contains atoms which are ionized, meaning that the electrons are distributed between the atoms unevenly.
A plasma is really just an ionized gas — a gas in which the electrons have been stripped from their atomic nuclei.
Using combined electric and magnetic fields, the gas is ionized.
Cupcake rolled down to the local genetic engineering building, with its ionized windows and shiny tables, and signed up to get herself a Sherlock.
Seconds after he pressed the “execute” key, the base laser cannons opened fire on the Clymer, vaporizing it in a blinding flash of ionized atoms.
Among its features: a solid stainless casing treated with a film of ionized ceramic and metal that creates a slick, impervious surface; quartz movement with a 12-hour chronograph function; date display; tachometer (it can measure speed over a known distance) and really bright luminous hands and numerals.