verb (used with object), pu·ri·fied, pu·ri·fy·ing.
verb (used without object), pu·ri·fied, pu·ri·fy·ing.
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We’re recovering those materials, and formulating brand new cathode active material, and also recovering and purifying the graphite active material.
It is also developing a process to recover and purify graphite, a material used in anodes, to battery-grade.
The manufacturing is complicated because the vaccine virus is grown in living cells before it is purified and bottled.The one-shot vaccine from Johnson & Johnson now has FDA support in the US|Antonio Regalado|February 27, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Researchers then extract and purify this protein and combine it with a GSK compound that, when injected, prompts the human immune system to generate defenses, specifically antibodies, against it.The Great Vaccine Race: Inside the Unprecedented Scramble to Immunize the World Against COVID-19|Alice Park|September 9, 2020|Time
As for the claims that activated charcoal will help purify your body from toxins?
"We have an Islamic government, an interior ministry trying to purify its image, and a conservative masculine society," he says.
“I picture scientists finding new ways to purify water, or diagnose disease,” Sindi says.
From just past the city limits came Ernest Hemingway to purify the American language and create another heroic legend.
This, he believed, would gradually reduce the number of members to what it then was, and would purify elections.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
To purify liquids by the dissipation of the volatile matters which may contaminate them.
Not all Doctor Filhiols burning of pungent substances in the cabin had been able to purify the air.Cursed|George Allan England
The heart of a man is like running water,—the years in their course purify the moral contagion.The Wasted Generation|Owen Johnson
By this means, they may sweeten and sanctify domestic enjoyments; by this renew and purify the flame of affection.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. I|Francis Augustus Cox