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Synonyms for disintegrate

Synonyms for disintegrate

to reduce or become reduced to pieces or components

to become or cause to become rotten or unsound

Synonyms for disintegrate

cause to undergo fission or lose particles

lose a stored charge, magnetic flux, or current

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and his colleagues propose that debris from some of the craters disintegrates as ices evaporate and then develops an electric charge.
A recently commercialized extruded foam packing material, for instance, reportedly disintegrates in under 2 min into a harmless, solution that can be washed down the drain.
Through its wholly-owned subsidiary, CIMA Labs Inc, Cephalon develops and manufactures orally-disintegrating tablets (ODTs) using proprietary technologies that allow an active drug ingredient to be formulated into a new dosage form that quickly disintegrates in the mouth without chewing or the need for water.
Using a pile of sand, an aluminum plate and an explosive charge to simulate conditions when rocky space debris disintegrates intVenus' dense atmosphere, two Russian scientists may have explained the formation of the splotchy halos that surround many craters on the planet.
Zolpidem ODT is a medically useful formulation that disintegrates in the mouth in seconds, and may be taken with or without water.
When a used hypodermic needle is inserted into the NeedleZap(R) unit, the patented electrode system disintegrates the needle in approximately two seconds at 2200 degrees F.
NeedleZap(R) Dental is a small, portable device that disintegrates the needles used with dental aspirating syringes, reducing the risk and liability of accidental needlesticks, and assisting practices in complying with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen standards.
NeedleZap(R) Dental is a small, portable device that disintegrates the needles used with dental aspirating syringes, helping to reduce the risk and liability of accidental needlesticks.