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deactivation

[dē‚ak·tə′vā·shən]
(chemistry)
Rendering inactive, as of a catalyst.
Loss of radioactivity.
(metallurgy)
Chemical removal of the active constituents of a corrosive liquid.
(mining engineering)
Treatment of one or more species of mineral particles to reduce floating during froth flotation.

deactivation

The reduction or removal of the corrosive qualities of water, usually by passing the water through a deactivator while hot.
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