purification

  1. cleaning by getting rid of impurities
  2. the act of purging of sin or guilt

Purification

The separation of virus particles in a pure form free from cell components, and their concentration.

purification

[n] - the act of cleaning by getting rid of impurities 2. [n] - a ceremonial cleansing from defilement or uncleanness by the performance of appropriate rites 3. [n] - the act of purging of sin or guilt
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Purification

Pu`ri·fi·ca'tion noun [ French purification , Latin purificatio . See Purify .] 1. The act of purifying; the act or operation of separating and removing from anything that which is impure or noxious, or heterogeneous or foreign to it; as, the purification of liquor...
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purification

<chemistry> A central part of downstream processing. Large-scale purification methods are used to take a crude fermentation supernatant or cell homogenate and isolate the product from it in a fairly pure form. ... (14 Dec 1997) ...
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purification

noun the act of cleaning by getting rid of impurities
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Purification

• (n.) The act or operation of cleansing ceremonially, by removing any pollution or defilement. • (n.) A cleansing from guilt or the pollution of sin; the extinction of sinful desires, appetites, and inclinations. • (n.) The act of purifying; the act or operation of separating and removing from anything that which is impure or noxiou...
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purification

the use of ritual techniques to protect against what are held to be unclean, sinful, or otherwise undesirable situations. In a society with a strong ...
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purification

purification, in religion, the ceremonial removal of what the religion deems unclean. The usual agents of purification are water (as in baptism), bodily alteration (as in circumcision), and fire. The origin of purification rites is a matter of dispute, but frequently the necessity for purification m...
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purification

In chemistry, the process of separating a mixture into its individual components, and removing impurities to achieve purity of a substance. The method of purification depends on the individual mixture but all depend on the physical properties of the substances. Most substances when first obtained are in an impure form. Common methods of purificatio...
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purification

Preventing negative KARMA to ripen and counteracting self-identification with negative energy.
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