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defective

[di′fek·tiv]
(science and technology)
An item or product which has at least one defect.
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Active online defectiveness monitoring by nondestructive test on the pass is one of the most promising methods of monitoring in cable production, which is characterized by significant lengths of products with high homogeneity along the length.
Some of these mechanisms are the prevention of the drug from entering in to the cell, pumping the drug out of the cell, enzymatic inactivation of drug, mutation or alteration of drug targets, apoptosis or senescence defectiveness, and deficient repair mechanisms.
It will understand the role of structural deformations in determining the defectiveness of perovskites and its link to the optoelectronic materials properties.
Almost completely neutralized defectiveness (due to CHT) is near-surface zones of the hardened layer.
On account of defectiveness, the team got 812,889 units.
("[C]onsumer expectations do not constitute an independent standard for judging the defectiveness of product designs."); see, e.g., Bosch v.
The National Mental Health Policy Framework and Strategic Plan 2013-2020 contains a wonderful picture of what our mental health services could look like, and yet, in the province I work in, I am desperately worried that not only are we nowhere near implementing this plan, we are in fact regressing evermore into a state of defectiveness. I cannot help but think our local services are heading towards a similar disaster to the one in Gauteng.
Some legal commentators compare the issue to "product liability's version of the rule against perpetuities," describing consumer expectations as "a doctrine nearly universally reviled but stubbornly and inexplicably persistent." (12) Alabama is a jurisdiction that retains the "persistent" consumer-expectations doctrine for design defectiveness. However, Alabama's unique approach operates as the very risk-utility analysis it purportedly rejects.
In diabetic state, sequel to insulin deficiency or defectiveness, glucose availability in body cells is compromised.
The presence of D peak is associated with the defectiveness of the materials and the G peak indicates the graphitized degree of carbon materials [25, 26].
The chemical composition, crystal structure and the degree of its defectiveness, morphology, and the interaction of particles with the surrounding matrix and neighboring particles play crucial role [12,13].