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in·ter·con·ver·sion

 (ĭn′tər-kən-vûr′zhən)
n.
Mutual conversion.

in′ter·con·vert′ v.
in′ter·con·vert′i·bil′i·ty n.
in′ter·con·vert′i·ble adj.

interconvert

(ˌɪntəkənˈvɜːt)
vb (tr)
to convert (two things) into one another
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Path-entangled states are generated and manipulated on-chip, and distributed between the chips by interconverting between path-encoding and polarization-encoding.
Indeed, when combined with efficient, inexpensive APM-enabled technologies for interconverting electrical and chemical energy, solar energy can provide both base-load electric power and liquid fuels on a global scale.
Either way such small difference only points out that the main product for the title reaction is in fact a mix of c/s and trans HONO rapidly interconverting one into each other with a slight prevalence of the c/s one.
In contrast ir showed as major constituents an interconverting 1:1 mixture of non glycosylated amphilectane type diterpenes (IMNGD) (10-acetoxi-9-hydroxy-amphilecta-8,10,12,14 tetraene and 9-acetoxy10-hydroxy-amphilecta-8,10,12,14 tetraene) and minor amounts of elisabethatrienol and amphilecta8(13), 11,14-triene-9,10-dione.
An analysis of analytically calculated heating times for heat sterilization of round and square cross sections further verified the relationship, as well as showing it also is applicable to interconverting heating times between round and square cross sections when one is known but the other is not.
How he shows the "everydayness" of life flickering from despair to transcendence, like a molecule spontaneously interconverting between cis and trans isomers, is in my opinion the last word on the matter.
Version 97 brought in OLE, but now we're into the problems with interconverting versions.