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reversible

1. Chem Physics capable of assuming or producing either of two possible states and changing from one to the other
2. Thermodynamics (of a change, process, etc.) occurring through a number of intermediate states that are all in thermodynamic equilibrium
3. (of a fabric or garment) woven, printed, or finished so that either side may be used as the outer side
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560 Reversible 118" x 132" x 79" 55,700 22" x 60" 12"
In order to make a rubber self-healable, the team needed to make the bonds connecting the polymers reversible, so that the bonds could break and reform.
This volume contains seven chapters on reversible deactivation radical polymerization techniques to prepare functional polymers for different applications, such as self-healing, oil and water-resistant coatings, and controlled drug delivery systems.
Keywords: Reversible Computing, Fault Tolerance, Microprocessor.
With an early diagnosis and the treatment of the underlying cause, the syndrome is usually completely reversible.
During the reversible bursting process, a Grundocrack straight barrel tool, equipped with a front expander is placed into the host pipe at an entry pit or manhole.
Los primeros casos de sindrome de vasoconstriccion cerebral reversible (SVCR) fueron descritos en la literatura del sindrome de Call-Fleming, denominado asi por los doctores Gregory Call y Marie Fleming, quienes describieron en 1988 cuatro casos de mujeres, con edades entre los 19 y los 47 anos, que cursaron con un cuadro de cefalea intensa fluctuante, asociada con hallazgos angiograficos de vasoespasmo multifocal que alternaba con areas de normalidad.
She said the reversible lanes idea would complement building extra lanes as it would involve utilising existing raods infrastructure rather than soaking up land that could be set aside for other uses.
Reversible Digital Watermarking: Theory and Practices
The electroencephalogram (EEG) performed was found to be normal and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings were compatible with posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES).
Later Bennett showed that in order to avoid energy loss it is necessary that all the computations have to be performed in a reversible way [2].