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Synonyms for activation

Synonyms for activation

stimulation of activity in an organism or chemical

the activity of causing to have energy and be active

making active and effective (as a bomb)

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The neutron activation analysis of Halaf and 'Ubaid pottery from Tell Arpachiyah and Tepe Gawra, Iraq 42: 155-67.
In 1995, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) confirmed through nuclear activation analysis the claim that Ben Weider and others had known to be true for years.
Due to inconsistencies of analyses by other methods Roche Bay magnetite ore samples were analyzed by Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA), in order to obtain an accurate determination of the elemental composition including Precious Metal credits of these iron ore samples.
Pre-selection sponsorship systems -- Corporate hospitality sales conversion models -- Sponsorship portfolio optimization systems -- Activation analysis recommendation and analysis -- Strategy enhancement design
Then Hoffman, a young University of Toronto-trained geologist refined a technique called Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis.
Neutron activation analysis was used to assay iron concentrations by species, body parts, and sex.
Plasma techniques for both optical emission and mass spectrometry are presented, as are nuclear activation analysis and X-ray methods.
Activation Analysis of Hair as an Indicator of Contamination of Man by Environmental Trace Element Pollutants.
The analyzer uses prompt gamma neutron activation analysis (PGNAA) technology to perform a real-time, composite analysis on shredded scrap metal.
Neutron activation analysis of the Bust of Christ suggests that it is made of clay either from Deruta (on the Tiber) or Montelupo (on the Arno), while hr art historical terms it is rooted in Florentine production from around 1500.
Many boreholes are also encased in iron, which prevents conductivity measurements, but not prompt gamma neutron activation analysis.
Amares Chatt, FCIC, has been awarded the George Hevesy Medal Award 2001 "for his outstanding and innovative contributions in the field of radioanalytical and nuclear chemistry, in particular for his work on various forms of instrumental, preconcentration and radiochemical activation analysis, and their applications in a wide variety of different medical, environmental and biological research studies.