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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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To get a comprehensive picture on distribution of and difference in performance in regions of Mainland China in terms of the gas, liquid separating & purifying equipment mfg.
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This report was created for strategic planners, international marketing executives and import/export managers who are concerned with the market for filtering and purifying machinery for liquids or gases in the United States.
While pumpkin enzymes, purifying mineral clay and vitamin-packed pumpkin peel go to work, deep cleaning and purifying, you'll actually experience your new glow as it happens
Europe, and other leading industrialized countries for a unique process for purifying air thereby allowing standard air handling systems to purify the air more efficiently thereby decreasing the need for fresh air exchange.
The launch of AKTAxpress means that purifying tagged proteins will no longer be a bottle-neck in a researcher's workflow," says Allan Simpson, vice president, research and analysis marketing, at Amersham Biosciences.
With viral-based gene therapy and vaccine products now moving into late-stage clinical development, there is a growing need for faster and simpler methods for purifying viral vectors, in particular adenovirus," says Francis Blanche, PhD, Head of Process Development at Gencell.
Mykrolis Corporation (NYSE: MYK), a leading supplier of components and subsystems to the semiconductor industry, today introduced the Aeronex(R) SK hydride purification media for purifying hydride gases such as ammonia, arsine, phosphine, germane, and silane.
Mixed oxidants are also more effective at purifying turbid water than ultraviolet light, providing the user a purification solution for any non-saltwater source.
The project will produce water similar in quality to bottled water, by taking highly treated sewer water that is currently released into the ocean, and purifying it through microfiltration, reverse osmosis and ultraviolet light with hydrogen peroxide advanced oxidation treatment.