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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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Ingevity said the acquisition of the remainder of Purifications Cellutions is further evidence of its commitment to serving automotive customers.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 26, 2018-Ingevity to Acquire Remaining Interest in Purification Cellutions for USD 80m
(NASDAQ: ENTG) has closed the acquisition of California, US-based gas purification systems supplier SAES Pure Gas business, from Italy based SAES Getters S.p.A., an advanced functional materials group, the company said.
The SAES Pure Gas business, a provider of high-capacity gas purification systems used in semiconductor manufacturing and adjacent markets is based in San Luis Obispo, California and will report into the Microcontamination Control division of Entegris.
Some proteins exhibit a phenomenon called "salting-out" at the high ionic concentrations required for HIC purifications. Some proteins have a potential to lose their activity in a relatively short time period, warranting the use of resins like IEX and HIC, which allow high flow rates.
A wide array of resins with diverse properties is available to help with complex purification requirements and challenges.
The company is active in the area of complex organic chemistry, biotechnology, biochemical extraction and sophisticated purifications. In recent years Diosynth has extended its technological base through considerable investments in its recombinant biotechnology manufacturing capabilities.
The columns are suited for high-throughput purifications where impure samples and abusive ballistic gradients are encountered, such as in combinatorial library purifications.
Booth 3525, EMD Millipore's AFS 8D and AFS 16D water purification systems are designed to provide cost-effective, low-maintenance solutions for clinical analyzers requiring degassed clinical laboratory reagent water (CLRW).
(NASDAQ: ENTG) has agreed to acquire California, US-based gas purification systems supplier SAES Pure Gas business, from Italy based SAES Getters S.p.A., an advanced functional materials group, the company said.
This makes it suitable for purification process development and laboratory and turnkey industrial solutions.