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Synonyms for induction

Synonyms for induction

the act or process of formally admitting a person to membership or office

compulsory enrollment in military service

Synonyms for induction

an electrical phenomenon whereby an electromotive force (EMF) is generated in a closed circuit by a change in the flow of current

reasoning from detailed facts to general principles

stimulation that calls up (draws forth) a particular class of behaviors

the act of bringing about something (especially at an early time)

an act that sets in motion some course of events

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The thermal oxidation of rapeseed oil preceding the end of the induction period does not affect the oil's kinematic viscosity because the compounds responsible for increasing the viscosity have not yet formed (Fig.
This work aims to investigate the effects of chemical admixtures on rheological properties of Portland cement paste and determine their impact on the effectiveness of hydration during induction period.
In general, for somatic embryogenesis of Eucalyptus, the combination of NAA with BAP produces better results at shorter induction periods, while 2,4-D in combination with BAP favors it in longer induction periods.
Thrombotic events are not exclusive to the remission induction period in patients with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: a report of two cases of cerebral sinus thrombosis.
An improved job description, in terms of knowing roughly how long tenure at the top will last, and a far more intensive induction period at the start of a ministerial contract, would be good for starters.
Jarvinen is succeeding Antero J Lahtinen who is retiring this year, although he will continue to work as a senior advisor during the induction period of his successor.
Therefore, determination and comparison of the substantial initiation parameters (ignition and flash ignition temperature, ignition and flash ignition induction period and critical heat flux) enables us to make a relative comparison of materials or products from the point of fire dynamics.
The study found no change in rates from 1998-2003, the period when possible associations between cell phone use and cancer risk would likely be apparent, assuming an induction period of 5-10 years.
During the induction period (days 1 to 5), half of the forage was given in the morning (at 8:30 am) and the other half in the afternoon (at 3:00 pm), while the mixed feed was all given at noon.
After an induction period, crosslinking began, which resulted in an increase in damping (the slope of the line gives an estimate of the relative rate of cure).
Unveiling M&S's first-quarter results this week in his first official outing as chief executive, Marc Bolland warned of an uncertain economy and gave nothing away about his plans, insisting: "I am still in my induction period.
Widespread cell phone use began in Scandinavia in the mid 1990s; the authors write that changes in brain tumor rates after 1998 "would be informative about an induction period of 5-10 years.