Working with a therapist who has a good understanding of dissociation can help you to understand why you dissociate
, what triggers dissociation, process traumatic events from your past and develop new coping strategies.
Weak acids tend not to dissociate
readily; therefore, they liberate few free H+ ions.
On the other hand, when the base sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is added to water, it dissociates
into Na+ and OH- ions.
The Minister also urged FBU leader Andy Gilchrist to dissociate
himself from Mr Patten's remarks.
This limited atmosphere is provided by the small quantity of moisture that dissociates
at the interface between the refractory and the liquid iron, which presents essentially an infinite source of C.
Hirzy responded, "Certainly it dissociates
, but not totally.
The dissociation becomes an alignment when the foreign ministry finds itself, for the second time, alone outside the position of all Arab countries without exception, and dissociates
itself from a decision supported by all member states in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, with the exception of Iran, which aggressed Arab diplomatic missions and sovereignty.
Sulfuric acid (H2SO4) is a strong acid because it readily dissociates
into its component ions.
If a small amount of salt (such as sodium chloride) is dissolved in the water, the salt dissociates
into ions, and the solution can then conduct electricity.
Then, by carefully readjusting the voltage applied to the microscope's tip, they send a pulse of electrons of just the right energy to excite a particular molecule, which dissociates
The pricing model also dissociates
the cost of the solution from the kind of server the customer is using, thereby liberating IT managers from making hardware decisions based only on cost.