verb (used with object), chlo·ri·nat·ed, chlo·ri·nat·ing.
Origin of chlorinate
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Such a comparison shows the superiority of the chlorination method.'Researches on Cellulose
C. F. Cross
No apology is necessary for the publication of a book on the chlorination of water.
The chlorination experiments of the latter were reported by Kellerman, Pratt, and Kimberly.
This acid, on chlorination at low temperatures, yields p-sulphondichloraminobenzoic acid (halazone).
Chlorination, by decreasing the load on filter beds, has enabled the rate of filtration to be increased in some cases.
1854, noun of action from chlorinate (v.).