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verb[WITH OBJECT]often as adjective ozonized
1 Convert (oxygen) into ozone:‘various ingenious methods have been employed for proving its formula by using ozonized oxygen’
- ‘The electrical apparatus acts to ozonize (create ozone in) the air as well as to electrostatically precipitate dust.’
- ‘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.’
- 1.1 Enrich or treat with ozone:‘ozonized air’
- ‘The ozonized gas and the fluid emerging from the radiation chamber are then combined to a separate collector vessel.’
- ‘Experimental results showed that the ozonizing process had an excellent de-color efficiency and could improve the biodegradability of wastewater.’
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