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Definition of Irreversibly

Irreversibly
Irreversibly Ir`re*vers"i*bly, adv. In an irreversible manner.

Meaning of Irreversibly from wikipedia

- Irreversible may refer to: Irreversible process, in thermodynamics, a process that is not reversible Irréversible, a 2002 film Irréversible (soundtrack)...
- Irréversible (French pronunciation: ​[iʁevɛʁsibl]) is a 2002 French psychological thriller drama film written and directed by Gaspar Noé. Starring Monica...
- Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters is a 2020 book by Abigail Shrier, published by Regnery Publishing. The book endorses...
- only be recovered by then cooling the re-compressed system, and thereby irreversibly heating the environment. The diagram to the right applies only if the...
- In linguistics and stylistics, an irreversible binomial, frozen binomial, binomial freeze, binomial expression, binomial pair, or nonreversible word pair...
- reaction is blocked. Enzyme inhibitors may bind reversibly or irreversibly. Irreversible inhibitors form a chemical bond with the enzyme such that the...
- An irreversible antagonist is a type of antagonist that binds permanently to a receptor, either by forming a covalent bond to the active site, or alternatively...
- Irréversible (Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture) is the soundtrack album to the film of the same name, as well as a solo album by Thomas Bangalter...
- An irreversible agonist is a type of agonist that binds permanently to a receptor in such a manner that the receptor is permanently activated. It is distinct...
- An irreversible circuit is a circuit whose inputs cannot be reconstructed from its outputs. Such a circuit, of necessity, consumes energy. Reversible computing...