ozonizer

[oh-zuh-nahy-zer, oh-zoh-]
noun Chemistry.
an apparatus for converting oxygen into ozone.

Origin:
1870–75; ozonize + -er1

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ozonize or ozonise (ˈəʊzəʊˌnaɪz)
 
vb
1.  to convert (oxygen) into ozone
2.  to treat (a substance) with ozone
 
ozonise or ozonise
 
vb
 
ozoni'zation or ozonise
 
n
 
ozoni'sation or ozonise
 
n
 
'ozonizer or ozonise
 
n
 
'ozoniser or ozonise
 
n

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The gas temperature in ozonizer affects the characteristics of the ozone generation greatly.
The exhaust gas system consists of a de-ozonizer and vent to the atmosphere.
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