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i·on·ize

(ī'on-īz),
To separate into ions; to dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged atoms or radicals.
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ion·ize

(ī'on-īz)
To separate into ions; to dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged atoms or radicals.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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The reading of cylindrical ionisation chamber N30001 (PTW Freiburg, Germany) was corrected to standard environment conditions of temperature and pressure for which ion chamber calibration factors were applied.17
Copper-silver ionisation is a disinfection process, primarily used to control Legionella, the bacteria responsible for Legionnaires' disease (legionellosis).
The new Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionisation time-of-flight mass spectrometry based test for hbA1c and genetic hemoglobin variants is intended for use on the MALDI Biotyper platform is likely to provide specificity, accuracy, speed of analysis and cost per analysis.
As a solution they developed the ionisation technology as a safe alternative."
Products imported from Asia, notably Chinese-style noodles and dehydrated noodles, make up the category of foods most commonly illegally subjected to ionisation. In 2003, food supplements came under the spotlight, with 16% of products tested found to have been illegally irradiated.
Rechargeable battery means this ionisation alarm works for 60 days with no supply.
In practice this means [L.sub.3] ionisation cross sections were tabulated from sulfur, and [M.sub.5] cross sections from strontium.
Mark Engelenburg, CEO of The Netherlands-based company ATECA, spoke about how copper-silver ionisation is the best technique in preventing Legionella outbreak and other bacteria.
8,269,181) for its original semiconductor detector used in high precision measuring of coordinates and detection of ionisation particles, from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.