Definición de ozonize en inglés:


Silabificación: o·zon·ize
Pronunciación: /ˈōzəˌnīz


[with object] (often as adjective ozonized)
  • 1Convert (oxygen) into ozone.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • 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.
  • 1.1Enrich or treat with ozone: ozonized air
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    • 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.



Pronunciación: /ˌōzəniˈzāSHən/
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Other methods of water treatment are ozonization, a process that uses bubbled-through water to kill bacteria and deactivate viruses; distillation; boiling; and iodization - all suitable only for small-scale purification.
  • Disinfecting by ozonization or ultraviolet light methods are replacing chlorine in some water treatment plants, but are not yet readily available for home use.


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  • Since disinfectants can leave unpleasant traces in water coolers and are difficult to apply, the best disinfection method is to use an ozonizer.
  • Aquarium ozonizers use ozone, an unstable form of oxygen, which is a natural purifier due to its ability to oxidize everything, including pollutants and microbes, killing them with extreme efficiency.

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