dissociation

Any process by which a tissue is separated into single cells. Enzymic dissociation with trypsin or other proteases is often used.

dissociation

  1. the act of removing from association
  2. a state in which some integrated part of a person's life becomes separated from the rest of the personality and functions independently
  3. (chemistry) the temporary or reversible chemical process in which a molecule or ion is broken down into smaller molecules or ions

Dissociation

Dissociation (in the wide sense of the word) is an act of disuniting or separating a complex object into parts. Dissociation may also refer to: ...
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dissociation

(1) The separation of a molecular entity into two or more molecular entities (or any similar separation within a polyatomic molecular entity). Examples include unimolecular heterolysis and homolysis, and the separation of the constituents of an ion pair into free ions. (2) The separation of the constituents of any aggregate of molecular entities. I...
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dissociation

(dĭ-so″se-a´shәn) the act of separating or state of being separated. the separation of a molecule into fragments produced by the absorption of light or thermal energy or by solvation. segregation of a group of mental processes from the rest of a person's usually integrated function...
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dissociation

(L. dis- neg. + sociatio union) 1. the act of separating or state of being separated. 2. the separation of a molecule into two or more fragments (atoms, molecules, ions, or free radicals) produced by the absorption of light or thermal energy or by solvation. 3. in psychology, a defense mechanism in which a group of mental processes are segregate......
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Dissociation

(Lat. dis + socius, a companion) The operation of mind by which the elements of a complex are discriminated. Dissociative discrimination is facilitated when elements which are commonly conjoined are found in new combinations. James calls this the law of 'dissociation by varying concomitants.' (Principles of Psychology, I, 506.) -- I.W.
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dissociation

[n] - a state in which some integrated part of a person`s life becomes separated from the rest of the personality and functions independently 2. [n] - (chemistry) the temporary or reversible chemical process in which a molecule or ion is broken down into smaller molecules or ions 3. [n] - the act of removing from association
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Dissociation

• (n.) The act of dissociating or disuniting; a state of separation; disunion. • (n.) The process by which a compound body breaks up into simpler constituents; -- said particularly of the action of heat on gaseous or volatile substances; as, the dissociation of the sulphur molecules; the dissociation of ammonium chloride into hydrochloric...
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dissociation

noun the act of removing from association
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Dissociation

[chemistry] Dissociation in chemistry and biochemistry is a general process in which molecules (or ionic compounds such as salts, or complexes) separate or split into smaller particles such as atoms, ions or radicals, usually in a reversible manner. For instance, when an acid dissolves in water, a covalent bond between an electronegative at...
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Dissociation

[neuropsychology] In neuropsychology, dissociation involves identifying the neural substrate of a particular brain function through identification of case studies, neuroimaging, or neuropsychological testing. ==Dissociation types== ===Single dissociation=== When dissecting complex mental tasks into their subcomponents, a researcher can esta...
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Dissociation

[psychology] In psychology, the term dissociation describes a wide array of experiences from mild detachment from immediate surroundings to more severe detachment from physical and emotional experience. The major characteristic of all dissociative phenomena involves a detachment from reality, rather than a loss of reality as in psychosis. D...
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Dissociation

[rhetoric] Dissociation is a rhetorical device in which the speaker separates a notion considered by the audience to form a unitary concept into two new notions. Kathryn Olson, Director of the Rhetorical Leadership Program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, explains that by doing this, the speaker fundamentally changes the reality of...
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Dissociation

Dis·so`ci·a'tion noun [ Latin dissociatio : confer French dissociation .] 1. The act of dissociating or disuniting; a state of separation; disunion. « It will add infinitely dissociation , distraction, and confusion of these confederate republics.» Burke....
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dissociation

1. The act of separating or state of being separated. ... 2. <chemistry> The separation of a molecule into two or more fragments (atoms, molecules, ions or free radicals) produced by the absorption of light or thermal energy or by solvation. ... 3. <psychology> A defense mechanism in which a group of mental processes are segregated from...
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Dissociation

Activity performed outside of normal conscious awareness, or mental processes that suggest the existence of separate centers of consciousness.
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Dissociation

Activity performed outside of normal conscious awareness, or mental processes that suggest the existence of separate centres of consciousness.
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Dissociation

Activity performed outside of normal conscious awareness, or mental processes that suggest the existence of separate centres of consciousness.
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Dissociation

As in a memory, for example, looking at your body in the picture from the outside, so that you do not have the feelings you would have if you were actually there.
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dissociation

Breaking down of a compound into its components.
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Dissociation

Breaking down of a compound into its components.
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Dissociation

Breaking down of a compound into its components. See also: Compound.
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Dissociation

Chemical process where a compound or molecule breaks up into simpler constituents.
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dissociation

dissociation 1. A reference to the act of separating or the state of being separated. 2. In psychology and psychiatry, a perceived detachment of the mind from the emotional state or even from the body. Dissociation is characterized by a sense of the world as a dreamlike or unreal place and may be accompanied by poor memory of the specific events, ...
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