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Synonyms for immerge

to plunge briefly in or into a liquid

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After curing, the specimens were cut into small cubes with dimensions of 10 mm x 10 mm x 10 mm, then immerged in anhydrous ethanol to stop hydration, and dried for 24 h under 105[degrees]C.
Kenaf fiber, PALF and mengkuang fiber were immerged in 1%, 3% and 5% concentration of aqueous solution sodium hydroxide (NaOH) for 1 hour at room temperature.
Steve Smith has captured the imagination of cricket-lovers and has immerged as a talented batsman with a thinking brain and is already touted as the Australia captain with Michael Clarke retiring.
Wozniacki tailed the American wildcard Taylor Townsend before she immerged victorious by 6-1, 7-6, (7-4).
Computer-assisted learning (CAL) in dental education first immerged in 1971 with its introduction in university of Kentucky.
The liquid products were trapped in a series of cold traps which were immerged in low-temperature troughs (ab 0[degrees]C) filled with the mixture of ice and water, while the gases were directed through the U-tube and mixed with argon at the rate of 2.
Now that SECR density estimation techniques have immerged as a robust tool to deal with low sample size, the leopard cat population density can be inferred.
Next, the membrane was immerged into 1:200 dilution of the the primary antibody (mouse anti-human FTO mAb, Santa Cruz, USA) at 4[degrees]C for 1 h.
All chips are immerged in the silicone die, so the main cooling heat transfer mechanism is conduction through substrate, base plate and grease to the integrated cooling system.
However, when we analyzed our data some interesting findings immerged and in this paper we try to highlight them.
Over the past several years International Kitchens has immerged as one of the largest kitchen cabinets manufacturer and suppliers in Sultanate of Oman.
The samples were weighed beforehand and immerged face down 3 mm deep in demineralized water.
All study animals were juveniles; most adults probably immerged into hibernation before our study commenced in late Aug.
After being selected, the fruits were washed with neutral detergent and immerged in chlorinated water at 200 mg [L.