the removal of all minerals from water.
Process of mineral loss from the enamel during the early stages of dental caries. The mineral loss results in chalky white or opaque patches on the tooth surface.
extraction of dissolved salts in the water byway of ion exchange or RO. submitted by Adrian
Excessive elimination of mineral or inorganic salts.
loss of calcium and phosphorus from bones
process by which minerals are leached out of the tooth enamel.
abnormal loss of mineral salts (especially from bone)
the removal of minerals and mineral salts from a liquid (especially from water)
Processes to remove minerals from water, usually the term is restricted to ion exchange processes.
The removal of ionized inorganic minerals and salts (not organic materials) from a solution by a two-phase ion exchange procedure; similar to deionization, and the two terms are often used interchangeably.
A loss of mineral from tooth enamel just below the surface in a carious lesion. May appear as a small white area on the tooth surface.
The process of removing minerals from water, usually by deionization, reverse osmosis, or distillation.
The act of removing dissolved mineral salts from water.
Removal of dissolved mineral matter, generally from water.
A treatment process which removes dissolved minerals (salts) from water.
The removal of dissolved mineral salts from water.
Demineralization is the loss of minerals, such as calcium and phosphorus, from the bone.
The process of losing tooth enamel.
The removal of ionized minerals and salts from a solution by a two-phase ion exchange procedure, similar to deionization, and the two terms are often used interchangeably. (See deionization, ion exchange.)
A treatment process that removes dissolved minerals from water.