dissociate

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Synonyms for dissociate

dissociate yourself from something or someone

Synonyms

  • break away from
  • part company with
  • break off relations with
  • have nothing more to do with
  • sever connections with
  • end relations with

Synonyms for dissociate

to remove from association with

Synonyms for dissociate

to undergo a reversible or temporary breakdown of a molecule into simpler molecules or atoms

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He says that some of the energy from the asymmetric vibrations might be shunted into electronic motions in a way impossible for the lower-energy vibrations, which might vent their energies more readily by causing the dimer to dissociate.
Asked to respond to the statements that the actual substances used to fluoridate public water have not been tested, Cathy Mudge, the CDA representative, stated, "Fluoride is fluoride is fluoride," that the CDA's position is that the silicofluorides dissociate in water so that it is the same as sodium fluoride.
Then, the water vapor dissociates into hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O).
The Minister also urged FBU leader Andy Gilchrist to dissociate himself from Mr Patten's remarks.
The revised act significantly increases the ways in which a member may dissociate from an LLC.
It is preferable that the Iranian ambassador dissociates himself from making remarks on the Syrian crisis, maybe by this he will reduce the sufferings of the Syrian people," Jumblatt said in a statement.
Since Lebanon considers that the statement being discussed in our meeting today does not help in addressing the current situation in Syria, Lebanon, therefore, dissociates itself from this presidential statement," said Caroline Ziade, deputy representative of the Lebanese mission to the U.
Carbonic acid (H2C03), in turn, dissociates to form H+ ions and ions.
Sulfuric acid (H2SO4) is a strong acid because it readily dissociates into its component ions.
Weak acids tend not to dissociate readily; therefore, they liberate few free H+ ions.
We are informed that Marc Bick dissociates himself from the statements made by his mother.