Meaning of iodization in English:


Pronunciation /ʌɪədʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/


(also British iodisation)

See iodize

‘Within 2.5 years after the introduction of compulsory iodisation at an elevated iodine concentration, at least 62% of households were using adequately iodised salt.’
  • ‘Other methods of water treatment are ozonization, distillation, boiling, and iodization - all suitable only for small-scale purification.’
  • ‘He believes that with the right commitment and effort from the Indonesian government, the country can achieve universal salt iodization.’
  • ‘Thirty percent of the salt is produced by the non - licensed sector - overall the private sector handles 94% of salt iodisation with the Public sector handling a miniscule 6%.’
  • ‘Universal iodisation of salt is a public health strategy to check thyroid disorders.’