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Synonyms for demineralize

remove the minerals or salts from

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The mounted specimen was soaked in 5 mL of the demineralizing solution for 1 h prior to the dissolution experiment to allow the specimen to be fully hydrated.
Thus, demineralizing solutions with pH's in the range of 3.
The composition of the titrant solution was the same as the demineralizing medium except that the amounts of Ca[(OH).
As a result, dissolution of a small amount of a CPC sample in the demineralizing solution, which as described above has little buffer capacity, will cause an immediate increase in pH.
His 32 years of experience in all of the major membrane technologies and in working with consultants and governmental agencies will complement the regional marketing strengths of our area managers to strengthen Ionics' major presence in the rapidly growing municipal market for desalting and demineralizing water.
In the mouth, a process of demineralizing and remineralizing -- a dissolving and reforming of tooth mineral -- occurs continually at the surface of teeth.
the developer of an innovative method for demineralizing and repairing calcific aortic valves, announced today that it has received conditional IDE approval from the FDA for the clinical evaluation of its device in the United States.
is an emerging medical device company focused on the treatment of calcific vascular disease and is developing proprietary devices that improve original valve performance by demineralizing calcific tissue.
A global leader in water purification technology for industrial and infrastructure markets, Aquatech, has been contracted for a demineralizing plant for IBN Rushd, a Saudi Arabia Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) affiliate petrochemical facility, in Yanbu, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
But because teeth are constantly demineralizing and remineralizing -- dissolving and laying down new mineral -- the treatment is not permanent, but instead should be part of a regular dental-care program.