energy-releasing


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Synonyms for energy-releasing

(of a nuclear reaction) occurring with evolution or releasing of energy

of or relating to catabolism

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PACKED with calcium for strong bones, semi-skimmed milk is also a good source of protein and energy-releasing B vitamins while less than two per cent fat.
This exothermic, or energy-releasing, reaction releases energy in three forms: heat, light, and sound--key ingredients in any fireworks blowout.
Measurements of microwave and infrared radiation originating in the primordial universe show no trace of energy-releasing events that may have provided the "seeds" for galaxy formation, according to preliminary data from the Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) spacecraft.
l Supradyn Recharge: a multivitamin with energy-releasing nutrients; pounds 5.
more mitochondria--the structures inside muscle (and other) cells where oxygen-dependent, energy-releasing reactions take place.
Stanley Pons of the University of Utah and Martin Fleischmann of the University of Southampton in England claimed they had found a route to energy-releasing nuclear fusion reactions at room temperature by squeezing hydrogen nuclei together in electrolytic cells (SN: 4/1/89, p.
Dr Noel Mc Caffrey, a UCD sports physician, said the footballers he surveyed are using or have used creatine - an energy-releasing biochemical.
National Laboratory says it has ended negotiations with them for collaborative tests of the claims by Pons and British co-worker Martin Fleischmann of triggering energy-releasing, nuclear-fusion reactions at room temperature by immersing palladium rods in heavy water.
On March 23, two highly respected chemists parachuted onto the center stage of physics with their public announcement of a new bench-top method for harnessing the power of nuclear fusion, the energy-releasing process that makes stars shine and empowers thermonuclear weapons.