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contaminate

[kən′tam·ə‚nāt]
(science and technology)
To render unfit or to soil by the introduction of foreign or unwanted material.
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Since the raw materials are cheap and titanium dioxide/montmorillonite (TiO2/Montmorillonite) nanocomposite is produced through a very simple method, we hope to produce it at industrial scale to be used in the purification of dying industry wastewater or in the removal of medical contaminators," Dr.
The effect of the contaminator may vary as follows:
PRINCE Philip was branded a contaminator yesterday after he refused to wear a hairnet in a cheese factory.
No tie to one of the most typical contaminators has been found in Burnet County so far, though the chemical often is associated with dry cleaning fluids, as in the case of another Superfund site in Kingsland.
Eid is an occasion of happiness and people want to do special arrangements to look elegant but contaminators ruined their joy with such practices just to get some extra money.
Thereby, the present work selected chloramines as specialized chemical anti-parasitic and antibacterial compound to control the present resulting contaminators, including protozoan parasites and coliform bacteria, to gain safe level of drinking water, according to WHO- level, to reduce the risk of propagation of the present microorganisms.
This will have a great deal of importance in future suits by individual farmers against possible contaminators, as establishing direct harm is a necessary element of recovery in an action for trespass.
This work was initiated due to recent emerging mice risks as pests and contaminators in agricultural stores and warehouses.