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nascent

Chem (of an element or simple compound, esp hydrogen) created within the reaction medium in the atomic form and having a high activity

nascent

[′nā·sənt]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to an atom or simple compound at the moment of its liberation from chemical combination, when it may have greater activity than in its usual state.
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If there truly must be an ending before every team's nascency, the Lakers are there.
A corollary of the market's nascency is that it is often difficult to gauge the significance of many of the developments that are occurring in it, because there is no widely accepted view of market dynamics and market development against which potential impact can be assessed.
The entry of new vendors and their innovative products and features for all application segments has broken the digital broadcast and cinematography cameras market out of its nascency.