Definition of Deodorization

1. n. The act of depriving of odor, especially of offensive odors resulting from impurities.



Definition of Deodorization

1. Noun. The act of depriving of odor, especially of offensive odors resulting from impurities. ¹

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Definition of Deodorization

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deodorization

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deodars
deodate
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deodorant
deodorants
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deodorisations
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deodorised
deodorised opium
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deodorisers
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deodorization (current term)
deodorizations
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deodourant
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deodourises
deodourising
deodourization

Literary usage of Deodorization

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1. Selections from Essays on Health-culture and the Sanitary Woolen System by Gustav Jäger (1886)
"The deodorization of the Body. extra light woolen covering may be provided for it. ... This effect I may call the deodorization (or sweetening) of the body. ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on Petroleum: Comprising Its Origin, Geology by Benjamin Johnson Crew, Charls Albert Ashburner (1887)
"The heavier portions, below 62°, are run into the oil tank. THE deodorization OF BENZENE Is effected upon the same general ..."

3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1861)
"By Professor ANDREWS, MD, FRS, MRIA On the deodorization of Sewage. By Dr. BIRD. On the Quantitative Estimation of the Peroxide of Hydrogen. ..."

4. Essentials of practice of pharmacy: Arranged in the Form of Questions and by Lucius Elmer Sayre (1894)
"What is deodorization and how performed ? It is the process of depriving of odor by means of animal or vegetable charcoal. To what class of substances are ..."

5. Partial Report Upon the Comprehensive Plan for the Collection, Purification by Philadelphia Bureau of Surveys (1911)
"... Lowest Dilution Susceptible to deodorization. In Table No. 74 is shown the result of six experiments wherein it was found that a mixture of air and ..."

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