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Synonyms for deactivate

remove from active military status or reassign

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make inactive

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4) The CYP3A subfamily is a group of enzymes that are key deactivators of testosterone.
He describes the additives according to function, such as plasticizers, optical brighteners, lubricants, nucleating agents, dehydrochlorination stabilizers, metal deactivators, and compatibilizers.
In addition, 14 cellphone deactivators for the 3G spectrum are also being installed to jam all mobile networks inside Parliament and the surrounding areas in case of an attack.
Development and testing is currently underway on natural impact modifiers and metal deactivators for PLA.
Some examples include extreme pressure additives, corrosion inhibitors, metal deactivators and antioxidants.
The tank moves along a track that exposes the medical device to nine EAS systems and five tag deactivators that use various types of magnetic, acoustic-magnetic, and radio frequency technologies.
These types of materials along with sulfur compounds and amines can also act as permanent catalyst deactivators if not controlled, so it is important that addition cure silicones be mixed in clean environments, preferably separated from areas using organic materials.
Ciba Specialty Chemicals produces light stabilizers, photoinitiators, antioxidants, dispersants, algicides, rheology modifiers, optical brighteners, and metal deactivators for paint and coatings applications.
Among the custom-engineered compressor components offered are actuators and deactivators, fuel valve modulators and a large line of industry-preferred, high-efficiency compressor poppet valves.
Standalone: For cases in which the RFID tags are not automatically deactivated at the checkout, standalone deactivators can be used.
Beside inhibitors, antioxidants, and stabilizers this class of additives includes inhibitors that prevent corrosion and rust formation and also metal deactivators inhibiting gum formation catalysed by some metals.
Current deactivators can be retrofitted to handle all three types of EAS tags at a cost of about $10 a unit, according to Albert Caperna, NovaVision's president.
Herkert subject pacemakers, defibrillators, and other devices to the energy fields created by a representative sample of eight electronic article surveillance systems and two EAS system tag deactivators provided by their manufacturers.
In this way, he says, companies can offer complete Windows-based telephone systems that include antiwandering devices and door locks and elevator deactivators that are linked to nurse call systems, smoke and fire alarms - even quick-response units for residents who wear alert pendants.
Another new series of products from Ampacet is recommended for use in PP as metal deactivators.