reincrease

reincrease

(ˌriːɪnˈkriːs)
vb (tr)
to increase again
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Additional evidence for this explanation is the reincrease in the equilibrium swelling in toluene with 5 phr loading of clay.
iii) The deformation energy decreases from N = 64 (maximum) to N = 82 (minimum) and reincreases again to N = 102 (maximum).
For the anodic dissolution of silicon, as it is generally the case for metals, a polishing plateau follows the region of active dissolution, This potential range is located between the potential of the first peak and that for which the current reincreases with increasing potential [40, 41].