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Synonyms for desiccate

to make or become free of moisture

to make or become no longer active or productive

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preserve by removing all water and liquids from

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remove water from

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lose water or moisture

lacking vitality or spirit

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The 1999 desiccator model has been given a facelift, with tubular steel replacing its former box-section frame.
Slide B3 was from the same lot as slide B2 but was not stored in a desiccator.
The procedure is as follow: An empty crucible was fire--polished in a muffle furnace and allowed to cool in a desiccator containing calcium chloride for 20 minutes and then weighed.
Subsequently, the compression-molded samples were conditioned at 23 [degrees] C and 50% relative humidity for at least 40 hrs in a desiccator containing a saturated calcium nitrate salt solution.
In the gravimetric method the test plate is placed in a desiccator before weighing, eliminating the likelihood that water will be a major contributor to the fogging.
With time needed for sample weighing and cooling in a desiccator, the total testing process approaches 3 hr, rendering LOI useless as an on-line control tool.
This experiment was carried out in a sealed glass desiccator (30 cm (diameter) and 30 cm (height)).
This was stored in a desiccator at room temperature (25[degrees]C) until required for use.
The formaldehyde emissions of the plywood were determined by the desiccator method in accordance with the procedure described in China National Standard GB/T 17657-1999.
Then the deposited films were dried in the desiccator and subjected to further analyses.
2) was discharged into a glass-stoppered bottle and was placed in a vacuum desiccator before the onset of further reactions.
The solvent was removed in a desiccator attached to a vacuum pump to give a white residue.
In [12] the ash was kept years in ordinary laboratory conditions, but the ash used in [13] was preserved for a shorter period in desiccator on silica gel.
After this, the ceramic tiles were placed in a desiccator containing glycerol and then heated at 60[degrees]C for 8 h.