ozonation

Japanese translation: オゾン処理, オゾン化

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English term or phrase:ozonation
Japanese translation:オゾン処理, オゾン化
Entered by: asasumba

08:56 Dec 8, 2003
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Tech/Engineering - Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng / chemical
English term or phrase: ozonation
Various compounds in raw water may be transformed into unwanted taste and odor by-products during conventional treatment processes. Chlorinated organic compounds can be created through the use of chlorine. Aldehydes, ketones, and organic acids can be created during ozonation.
asasumba
Local time: 21:18
オゾン処理, オゾン化
Explanation:
Ozonation: The act of treating with ozone; also, the act of converting into, or producing, ozone (dictionary.com/Webster)


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http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~kv6t-ymgc/05purification/raccoon...
http://www.fch.chuo.fukuoka.jp/moppi/24syoho-yousi.htm
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オゾン処理, オゾン化


Explanation:
Ozonation: The act of treating with ozone; also, the act of converting into, or producing, ozone (dictionary.com/Webster)


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Note added at 2003-12-08 09:10:02 (GMT)
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More links:
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~kv6t-ymgc/05purification/raccoon...
http://www.fch.chuo.fukuoka.jp/moppi/24syoho-yousi.htm



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    Reference: http://www.jwwa.or.jp/teiki/mag/mag_200103_2.html
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