Definition of Ozoniser
1. ozonizer [n -S] - See also: ozonizer
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Literary usage of Ozoniser
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1896)
"A gaseous current activated by X rays or by sparks was driven against an electroscope after having passed through a glass ozoniser. ..."
2. Ozone by Eric Keightley Rideal (1920)
"Patin-s ozoniser followed a similar construction; refrigeration of the air prior to ozonisation was employed to increase the yield, and a number of small ..."
3. Industrial Uses of Water by Henri La Coux (1903)
"As for the ozoniser, it consists of a metallic electrode, a sheet of glass, a space, a sheet of glass, an electrode, a sheet of glass, a space, and so on. ..."
4. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"We constructed an ozoniser in accordance with this description, the diameter of the exterior tube being 42 mm ; of the inner tube, 20 mm ; and the length of ..."
5. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour ReviewChemical engineering (1894)
"The ozoniser shown here (Fig. 3) is one of the earlier forms n: the inventor, and shows the air injector attached. It consist /COMMERCIAL people may with ..."