ozonize

VERB
  1. convert (oxygen) into ozone
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How To Use ozonize In A Sentence

  • It has been said, too, that they are the direct chemical effects of a more highly ozonized atmosphere. The Birth-Time of the World and Other Scientific Essays
  • The electrical apparatus acts to ozonize (create ozone in) the air as well as to electrostatically precipitate dust.
  • Since disinfectants can leave unpleasant traces in water coolers and are difficult to apply, the best disinfection method is to use an ozonizer.
  • The ozonized gas and the fluid emerging from the radiation chamber are then combined to a separate collector vessel.
  • We do not understand how the peculiar conditions just mentioned conspire to produce the result; but the whole phenomenon seems to be mysteriously connected with ozonized oxygen, and is undoubtedly another phase of that obscure subject, allotropism, to which we alluded in a previous lecture. Religion and Chemistry
  • He had for his daily companions and stimulus the great men and ozonized atmosphere of that famous institution. Scientific American Supplement, No. 803, May 23, 1891
  • The oxygen can be ozonized in the closed vessel while in contact with the coffee. All About Coffee
  • The present invention relates to an ozone generator used for an ozonizer and more particularly to an ozone generator that ozonizes oxygen in a space to which oxygen is introduced using silent discharge by high-frequency high voltage.
  • The Eskimo is not "muffled imbecility," as some one has called him, nor is he dull and slow of understanding, as Vitruvius describes the northern nation to be "from breathing a thick air" -- which, by the way, is thin, elastic and highly ozonized -- nor is he, according to Dr. Beke, "degenerated almost to the lowest state compatible with the retention of rational endowments. The First Landing on Wrangel Island With Some Remarks on the Northern Inhabitants
  • We do not understand how the peculiar conditions just mentioned conspire to produce the result; but the whole phenomenon seems to be mysteriously connected with ozonized oxygen, and is undoubtedly another phase of that obscure subject, allotropism, to which we alluded in a previous lecture. Religion and Chemistry
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