Definitions for "Disintegration"
Breaking up of a tablet in water or in simulated gastric and/or simulated intestinal fluid to the point that the particles pass through a fine screen.
transformation of an unstable nucleus into a stable or unstable nucleus during which the number and nature of the nucleons change (nucleons = neutrons or protons, the particles making up the nucleus)
Used to describe any process in which the arrangement of particles in the nucleus of an atom is disrupted, producing a change in the nature of the atom. It may happen spontaneously, in the case of a radioactive atom, or as a result of bombardment by other particles.
The drop in potency of a dietary supplement while in storage as a function of time and storage conditions (light, heat, moisture, and air). Stable supplements have a low rate of disintegration allowing for a later expiration date, while others lose potency comparatively quickly.
How quickly dietary supplements lose or lessen their effectiveness over time. Or due to factors in storage like heat and light levels, or amounts of moisture.
The separation of the essential organization or harmony of the subject's personality. Such disunity of body, mind, soul, spirit, psyche can be brought about by an overload, over-extension or misuse of one's use of ESP.
separation into component parts
The wearing away or falling to pieces of rocks or strata, produced by atmospheric action, frost, ice, etc.
Disintegration is the eighth studio album by rock band The Cure, released in 1989. It peaked at #12 on Billboard's Top 200 Album countdown.
total destruction; "bomb tests resulted in the annihilation of the atoll"
Keywords:  decomposed
in a decomposed state
Another term for fragmentation. Used by Feenstra (1998).
The reduction of massive material to powder.
Keywords:  decay, see
See decay.
(See neighborhood life cycle.) Glossary E - G Glossary H - L
Keywords:  anything, condition, process
The process by which anything is disintegrated; the condition of anything which is disintegrated.