decomposition

[ dee-kom-puh-zish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF decomposition

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There is some sericite present, also magnetite, resulting from the decomposition of the biotite.

It is also somewhat stained by the decomposition of the magnetite.

A mixture of common salt assists the decomposition of the pyrites.

Bears him a daughter, dies in 1863 from decomposition of the blood.

This change or decomposition continues so long as the charging current is on.

The British system like the French, was in its last stage of decomposition.

But now its screen was down, the relux iridescent in decomposition.

The gases resulting from the decomposition of the water collect in the tubes.

This decomposition is attended by the generation of considerable heat.

The decomposition of the oil, he said, should be accomplished outside the body.

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