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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.

ion·ize

(ī'on-īz)
To separate into ions; to dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged atoms or radicals.
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Ionized hydrogen is just a proton and thus has no line spectrum, so there is really no such thing as H II.
The Penza State University has developed a device for producing cooled ionized air using a vortex tube (Kurnosov and Inozemtsev 2013; Lebedinskiy et al.
"DEUCE is about being able to better understand if and how star-forming galaxies ionized the early universe.
Studies have shown that in patients with endocrine disorders or acid-base disturbances, patients who are critically ill, and patients undergoing hemodialysis the correction formula is not an acceptable substitute for ionized calcium (3-5).
The high-velocity air is filtered and ionized, and then directed onto or into the target through nozzles.
This shielding explains not only how the gas can continue falling in, but why the ionized nebulae observed with the VLA are so small: the nebulae shrink when they are no longer ionized, so that over thousands of years, they appear to flicker like a candle.
As the plume collapses, a secondary jet of material is ejected from the sample surface and into the ESI stream where it is ionized. The ionized material is then swept into the mass spectrometer for analysis.
Fundamentals of ionized gases; basic topics in plasma physics.
The Super Ion Air Wipe surrounds a moving part with a blanket of ionized air to eliminate static electricity.
Ozone kills bacteria, and the longer the gas in the package remains ionized, the more bacteria are killed.