Enrichment

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enrichment

  1. act of making fuller or more meaningful or rewarding
  2. a gift that significantly increases the recipient's wealth

Enrichment

Physical process of increasing the proportion of U-235 to U-238. See also SWU

Enrichment

The addition of nutrients (e.g. nitrogen, phosphorus, carbon compounds) from sewage effluent or agricultural runoff to surface water, greatly increases the growth potential for algae and other aquatic plants.
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enrichment

[n] - a gift that significantly increases the recipient`s wealth 2. [n] - act of making fuller or more meaningful or rewarding
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Enrichment

Physical process of increasing the proportion of U-235 to U-238. See also SWU.
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Enrichment

the addition of nitrogen, phosphorous, and carbonaceous compounds, or other nutrients into a lake or other waterway that greatly increases the growth potential for algae and other aquatic plants. Most frequently, enrichment results from the inflow of sewa
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Enrichment

Physical process of increasing the proportion of U-235 to U-238.
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Enrichment

any form of decoration on buildings consisting of applied, carved or painted ornament.
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Enrichment

En·rich'ment noun The act of making rich, or that which enriches; increase of value by improvements, embellishment, etc.; decoration; embellishment.
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enrichment

noun act of making fuller or more meaningful or rewarding
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enrichment

noun a gift that significantly increases the recipient`s wealth
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Enrichment

• (n.) The act of making rich, or that which enriches; increase of value by improvements, embellishment, etc.; decoration; embellishment.
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enrichment

(from the article `cereal processing`) Enrichment of breakfast cereals with minerals, and especially with vitamins, is now common practice. In many of the manufacturing processes employed ... ...and suitable for any recipe not requiring a special flour; cake flour, refined and bleached, with very fine texture; self-rising flour, refined...
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enrichment

(from the article `nuclear reactor`) ...is found in natural uranium, there are just a few combinations and arrangements of this and other materials that can be brought to criticality. To ... There are several possible enrichment methods, but the only two that are used on a large scale are gaseous diffusion and gas centrifuging. In gaseo...
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Enrichment

Physical process of increasing the proportion of U-235 to U-238.
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enrichment

process by which the isotopic concentration of one or more specific isotopes in a material is increased
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enrichment

isotope concentration related to a specified isotope when this concentration exceeds the natural isotope concentration
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enrichment

the addition of nitrogen, phosphorous, and carbonaceous compounds, or other nutrients into a lake or other waterway that greatly increases the growth potential for algae and other aquatic plants. Most frequently, enrichment results from the inflow of sewage effluents or from agricultural runoff.
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Enrichment

Enrichment is an important part of animal care. It is made up of the many ways in which keepers provide zoo animals with opportunities to do something with their time, giving the animal mental stimulation and physical exercise. Enrichment also gives animals choices and some control over their environment.
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enrichment

act of making fuller or more meaningful or rewarding
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