demineralisation


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Synonyms for demineralisation

abnormal loss of mineral salts (especially from bone)

the removal of minerals and mineral salts from a liquid (especially from water)

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The PMA study aimed to establish the safety and performance of the CALCIVIS imaging system determined through the correlation of the luminescent images produced by the system and a clinical assessment of active demineralisation associated with caries lesions.
A simple two-stage ion exchange demineralisation system can produce purified water of better than 1 [micro]S/cm conductivity which is equivalent to about 0.
Dave Clark, commercial & engineering project manager at Veolia Water Technologies explained that Veolia designed and constructed a bespoke water treatment system consisting of pre-treatment by coagulation, high rate clarification and filtration followed by demineralisation by reverse osmosis and ion exchange.
For the AS parameter, samples treated with Klaricid[R], Dimetapp[R] and Claritin[R] showed less demineralisation compared to the control (p<0,05).
Comparison of the Effects of Whole and Juiced Fruits and Vegetables on Enamel Demineralisation in situ', by Issa and colleagues of the Leeds Dental Institute, published in Caries Research (2011) 45: 448 are easy to access through Sugar Nutrition UK.
Metito will install a conventional demineralisation plant featuring the latest industry equipment including a degassed water tank, strong base anion exchanger, chemical injection pumps, air blower systems and a regeneration system utilising bulk chemicals.
The UAE based company will install a conventional demineralisation plant featuring the latest industry equipment, including a degassed water tank, strong base anion exchanger, chemical injection pumps, air blower systems and a regeneration system that utilises bulk chemicals.
Efficient ion exchange demineralisation methods therefore are required in this so-called "polishing stage.
Sometimes dentists can identify this demineralisation by seeing a change in the colour of the tooth, or by looking at x-rays.
The demineralisation effect of orange juice may be lessened by the buffering capacity of saliva.
Metito has been sub-contracted by Samsung C & T Corporation to design, manufacture, supply, install and commission a demineralisation plant for the Shuweihat S2 Independent Water and Power Project in the UAE.
It can lead to demineralisation of the tooth enamel which can result in discoloration, sensitivity and expensive dental work such as veneers.
One of the facilities, a mixed bed demineralisation plant, will process 2 x 90 cu m per hour of high-purity water.
The project will require the carrying out of detailed design, engineering, procurement, installation, construction, pre-commissioning and commissioning services for Das Island using reverse osmosis technology and a demineralisation unit to provide boiler feed water.
In a study, researchers at the Leeds Dental Institute found demineralisation of enamel was no greater among subjects drinking juice than among those eating raw fruit and veg.