depleted material

depleted material

[də′plēd·əd mə′tir·ē·əl]
(nucleonics)
Material in which the amount of one or more isotopes of a constituent has been reduced by an isotope separation process or by a nuclear reaction.
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In the energy sector, the CDWP approved Rs 1896.66 million including FEC Rs 1403.08 million for replacement of depleted material MoW&P 1450.83 1241.09 at existing 500 kv & 220 KV grid station.
They argued that the thick depleted lithospheric mantle to have been produced by shortening, to transport the depleted material downwards to form the mantle --keel.
She embeds the resulting molds in the gallery wall, such that they shirk their functions, sinking into the architecture rather than emerging in relief, making the depleted materials in their inversion valuable again as commodified objects.
In short, they sourced standard projects immediately with on-hand materials and replenished the depleted materials with future funding.
The same root shows up again in the verb 'to restore' which originally meant to replenish depleted materials. And a further derivative is the French word adopted into English and other languages, restaurant, originally an establishment where the tired and hungry could rest, have a meal and 'restore' their energy levels.
The same root shows up again in the verb ``to restore'' which originally meant to replenish depleted materials.