Correct spelling for ACITIVATE

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Possible correct spellings for acitivate

  • Acidity(Definition of acidity)
  • The porter now brewed can no more bear the sudden chill of a cooling atmosphere in the barrel cleansing, without too immediate a condensation and separation of its parts, than it is able to sustain the quick changes of a warm atmosphere, without an immediate tendency to acidity.

  • Acidified(Definition of Acidified)
  • If, however, a special search be made for the acids, then the fluid must be well acidified with sulphuric acid, and distilled in the usual way. the distillation should be continued as long as possible, and the distillate shaken up with ether in the apparatus figured at page 156. on separation and evaporation of the ether, the tar acids, if present, will be left in a pure enough form to show its reactions.

  • Activate(Definition of activate)
  • The attempt to activate the emotions of audiences and to psychologically persuade is popular among advertisements.

  • Activator(Definition of activator)
  • Dynamax appliance r-appliance anterior inclined bite plate (aibp) schwarz double plate activator appliance split activator (bow activator) eschlers modification harvold - woodside activator herrens activator (1953) occlus-o-guide h-activator klammt activator lm-activator lsu activator v-activator schwarz activator medium opening activator expansion and labial segment alignment appliance (elsaa) class iii appliances eganhouse class iii appliance frankel iii transverse appliances frankel i, ii, iv distalization appliances acrylic cervical occipital anchorage appliance (acco) removable molar distalization splint

  • Activity(Definition of activity)
  • To one department of activity, especially, that of gardening, he devoted his whole powers.

  • Acetate(Definition of acetate)
  • Cooc{5}h{11}, and linalyl acetate, ch{3}.