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nonreversible

(ˌnɒnrɪˈvɜːsɪbəl)
adj
not reversible
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Adj.1.nonreversible - not reversible or capable of having either side out
two-sided, reversible - capable of being reversed or used with either side out; "a reversible jacket"
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We used a nonreversible diffusion model and Bayesian stochastic search variable selection to improve statistical efficiency for all datasets containing >4 location states.
Apoptosis therefore involve various pathways that converge on a single nonreversible phase in which nucleases and proteases digest the doomed cell.
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This 4D printing technique was first presented in a water solution but was nonreversible [93].
In the general nonreversible thermodynamics taken into [44, 45],
On the contrary, in the latter method, coal-rock mass is assumed to be a continuum and the hydraulic cracks are denoted by the nonreversible damage considered in constitutive law of coal-rock mass.
For such applications, the main option is to conduct the experiments in brain slices which is an invasive process and certainly nonreversible. Therefore, there is high demand for the invention of new instrumentation that can reach deep brain objects to perform fluorescence imaging.
However, this study has not proved that 85% liver resection in porcine model creates nonreversible liver failure.
Based on previous study [37], the [R.sub.L] value determines the isotherm whether it is unfavourable ([R.sub.L] > 1), linear ([R.sub.L] = 1), favourable (0 < [R.sub.L] < 1), and nonreversible (Rl = 0).
Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) is a restrictive, nonreversible bariatric procedure for managing obesity.