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deionization

 [de-i″on-ĭ-za´shun]
the production of a mineral-free state by the removal of ions.

de·i·on·i·za·tion

(de-ī'on-ī-zā'shŭn),
The production of a mineral-free state by the removal of ions.

deionization

/de·ion·iza·tion/ (de-i″on-ĭ-za´shun) the production of a mineral-free state by the removal of ions.

deionization

the production of a mineral-free state by the removal of ions.
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CDT Systems currently has a patent license agreement with LLNL for Capacitive Deionization Technology for brackish water/sea water desalination and treatment of heat exchanger and boiler water, industrial and commercial process water and ultrapure industrial water.
Anyone with a degree in this field knows it takes a filtration, deionization and distillation in a huge glass still and you wouldn't drink the water
New from Millipore Corporation is a cost-effective laboratory water purification system that can convert pretreated (distillation, deionization, reverse-osmosis) water to ultrapure (Type I) water.
To create this "clean" water, which is typically graded as Type I (reagent grade), of ultrapure, Type II (analytical grade) and Type III (laboratory grade), purification systems use one or a combination of techniques: distillation, deionization, ultraviolet oxidation or some type of filtration, such as carbon adsorption, microfiltration, ultrafiltration or reverse osmosis.
Word from the ROWPU headshed is the deionization cartridges, NSN 4610-01-116-0501, used in the removal of nuclear contaminants now have an extended shelf-life.
Friday notes that there are no new technological advances in filtration; instead, water treatment specialists deal with a combination of existing technologies that can include "carbon filtration softening, reverse osmosis, nano filtration, deionization, and a handful of others.
1 ppm hardness), deionization ion exchange is a satisfactory solution.
An investigation by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) suggested an association with the deionization procedure of the water used to prepare the product (R.
Purified: Any water that has been treated through deionization, distillation, reverse osmosis or other methods of removing metals, chemicals and flavor.
Purified Water has been purified by distillation, deionization, or reverse osmosis--all expensive processes that eliminate even the most resistant chemicals and bacteria.
Treatment options include chemical addition, filtration, chlorination, reverse osmosis, deionization and activated carbon treatment.
The BG Cool'r Clean'r Coolant Purification System employed by Ecco uses a deionization process with resin beds to actually purify the old glycol products.