Purify


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purify

[′pyu̇r·ə‚fī]
(computer science)
To remove errors from data.
(engineering)
To remove unwanted constituents from a substance.

Purify

A debugging tool from Pure Software.
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The system is built on the combination of the agglomeration techniques used in water treatment plants with the company's commercial superconducting electromagnetic separation technology to purify blue-green algae and other phytoplankton.
This is due to the need to purify and dry the monomer and recycle solvent before feeding them to the reactor.
With the help of strong chemicals, these factories purify the water and waste you flush down your toilet.
They use your existing water supply and will filter and purify it, turning it into refreshing tasty drinking water in the middle of your office.
Which tree grows quickly, provides tasty and nutritious food, is both resilient and common in tropical areas, and can even purify water--but has been overlooked by modern medicine?
Scientists would like to purify the enzymes that produce pure floral notes because chemists have a hard time duplicating them in the lab, says Watanabe.