decomplex

decomplex

(ˈdiːkɒmplɛks)
adj
having or composed of parts that are complex in themselves
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Quantification of free fluoride ions was done by mixing equal volumes of Total Ionic Strength Adjustment Buffer (TISAB) to provide a constant background ionic strength, decomplex fluoride ions, and adjust the solution pH.
In principle, it would be possible to decomplex the chromiumPVA by acidifying the solution to a pH below 1.
Global manufacturing company Tenneco Inc (NYSE:TEN) announced on Thursday that it plans to close its ride performance plant in Gijon, Spain and decomplex its ride performance plant in Sint-Truiden, Belgium.
products bottleneck not possible no processed materials bottleneck possible no MRO items bottleneck possible yes equipment, MRO items current purchasing new position strategy position (goals) bottleneck capacity "better deal (1) bottleneck" bottleneck pooling (2) leverage bottleneck decomplex non-critical, (3a) and leverage pooling (3b) Figure 3 CONDITIONS, PURCHASING STRATEGIES, AND GOALS FOR NON-CRITICAL ITEMS current condition: main purchasing position standardization products strategy and pooling?
Si les discours a tendances xenophobes et racistes sont davantage visibles et decomplexes en ligne, leur prevalence serait moindre sur des plateformes qui demandent aux utilisateurs de s'identifier publiquement (22).
Les Lions, decomplexes, devront y aller de mains fortes.
Decomplexes par leur net succes devant un demi-finaliste de la precedente edition (2010), a savoir l'Uruguay, les hommes de Jorge Luis Pinto se sont surtout montres dangereux sur coup de pied arrete en debut de match.
Affames et decomplexes, les tricolores ont de l'ambition sur le Tour des Flandres.