The irreversible removal of HCl can be carried out by an irreversible physical process and/or an irreversible chemical process.
First, the protectant is frozen to induce an irreversible phase change, along with an irreversible release of energy.
The invention relates to a formulation for an electrochromic component, in particular a component which can be switched in an irreversible or virtually irreversible manner.
The first irreversible capacity of the positive electrode is less than the first irreversible capacity of the negative electrode.
A relationship between an irreversible capacity of the anode and an irreversible capacity of the cathode satisfies Uc< Ua.
irrevocable convertibility of Member States'currencies
If this were to happen, the capital would be irretrievably lost.
100 % of the banknotes must be irreversibly neutralised.
The invention is useful for irreversibly recording data, for example on discs.
The first probe irreversibly hybridizes to the polynucleotide.
They are irreversibly damaged or denatured.
Thus, the recombination is irreversible in the absence of additional factors.
group more or less permanently excluded from the labour market
total and irreversible convertibility, at irrevocable parities
The change in opacity can be reversible or irreversible.
The magnetic recording medium has, at least in part of its substrate, an irreversible recording layer containing an irreversible recording material whose saturation magnetization changes irreversibly by heating.
It is intended to provide a novel enzyme which is a recombinase irreversibly inducing a site-specific gene recombination and an irreversible site-specific gene recombination method using this enzyme.