imbalance

[n] - a state of disequilibrium (as may occur in cases of inner ear disease)
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Imbalance

Unequal radial weight distribution on a rotor system; a shaft condition such that the mass and shaft geometric centerlines do not coincide.
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imbalance

The situation in which reaction parameters that characterize different bond forming or bond breaking processes in the same reaction have developed to different extents as the transition state is approached along some arbitrarily defined reaction coordinate. For example, in the nitroalkane anomaly, the Brønsted exponent for proton removal is smalle...
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imbalance

1. Lack of equality between opposing forces. ... 2. Lack of equality in some aspect of binocular vision, such as muscle balance, image size, and/or image shape. ... Origin: L. In-neg. + bi-lanx (-lanc-), having two scales, fr. Bis, twice, + lanx, dish, scale of a balance ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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imbalance

(im-bal´әns) dysequilibrium (def. 2). lack of balance, such as between ocular muscles or between different electrolytes in the body.
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Imbalance

1. Any departure from equality. 2. In the balance of payments, any surplus or deficit.
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imbalance

Type: Term Pronunciation: im-bal′ănts Definitions: 1. Lack of equality between opposing forces. 2. Lack of equality in some aspect of binocular vision (muscle balance, image size, and/or image shape).
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