ionize

[ahy-uh-nahyz]
verb (used without object), i·on·ized, i·on·iz·ing.
  1. to become changed into the form of ions, as by dissolving.
Also especially British, i·on·ise.

Origin of ionize

First recorded in 1895–1900; ion + -ize
Related formsi·on·iz·a·ble, adjectivei·on·i·za·tion, nouni·on·iz·er, nounnon·i·on·ized, adjectivenon·i·on·iz·ing, adjectiveself-i·on·i·za·tion, nounun·i·o·nized, adjectiveun·un·ion·ized, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for non-ionized

ionize

ionise

verb
  1. to change or become changed into ions
Derived Formsionizable or ionisable, adjective
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Word Origin and History for non-ionized

ionize

v.

1896, from ion + -ize. Related: Ionized; ionizing.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

non-ionized in Medicine

ionize

ə-nīz′]
v.
  1. To dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged atoms or radicals.
Related formsion•iz′er n.
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non-ionized in Science

ionize

ə-nīz′]
  1. To give an atom or group of atoms a net electric charge by adding or removing one or more electrons.
  2. To form ions in a substance. Lightning ionizes air, for example.
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