dialysis definition

  • noun:
    • The split of smaller particles from bigger particles or of dissolved substances from colloidal particles in a solution by selective diffusion through a semipermeable membrane.
    • Hemodialysis.
    • a technique of separating particles or particles of various sizes by differential diffusion through a semipermeable membrane
    • haemodialysis
    • The spelling off choices, or providing of either-or arguments that result in a conclusion.
    • Asyndeton.
    • Diæresis. See diæresis, 1.
    • Identical To Asyndeton.
    • Debility.
    • an answer of continuity; unit; split of components.
    • The split various substances in answer, as crystalloids and colloids, in the form of their unequal diffusion, specially through natural or synthetic membranes.
    • In grammar:
    • In rhetoric:
    • In physiology, separation of components in general; dissolution of continuity of parts previously united.
    • In medication, lack of strength; weakness of the limbs.
    • In chem., the act or process of isolating the soluble crystalloid substances in a combination from colloid, with respect to the principle that soluble crystalloid systems will diffuse easily through a moist membrane layer, while colloids diffuse very slowly, if.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] A genus of dipterous bugs.
    • In botany, the separation of parts typically united, particularly the areas of a whorl.
    • In petrography, change of stones by weathering and operations of disintegration: contrary to procedures of metamorphism.
    • split of substances in option in the form of their particular unequal diffusion through semipermeable membranes
    • The split of smaller molecules from larger molecules or of mixed substances from colloidal particles in a solution by selective diffusion through a semipermeable membrane.
    • Hemodialysis.
    • a way of dividing molecules or particles various sizes by differential diffusion through a semipermeable membrane
    • haemodialysis
    • The spelling off alternatives, or providing of either-or arguments that cause a conclusion.
    • Asyndeton.
    • Diæresis. See diæresis, 1.
    • Same as Asyndeton.
    • Debility.
    • a remedy of continuity; division; split of components.
    • The separation of various substances in option, as crystalloids and colloids, in the form of their particular unequal diffusion, particularly through all-natural or synthetic membranes.
    • In sentence structure:
    • In rhetoric:
    • In physiology, split of components in general; dissolution of continuity of components previously united.
    • In medicine, loss of energy; weakness associated with limbs.
    • In chem., the act or procedure for isolating the soluble crystalloid substances in a mix from colloid, depending on the principle that soluble crystalloid figures will diffuse easily through a moist membrane layer, while colloids diffuse really slowly, if.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] A genus of dipterous bugs.
    • In botany, the split of parts generally united, especially the elements of a whorl.
    • In petrography, change of rocks by weathering and processes of disintegration: contrary to processes of metamorphism.
    • separation of substances in solution by means of their unequal diffusion through semipermeable membranes

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