Origin of reversibility
OTHER WORDS FROM reversibilitynon·re·vers·i·bil·i·ty, non·re·vers·i·ble·ness, nounun·re·vers·i·ble·ness, noun
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“The problem is, this reaction is not very reversible,” says Wei Sun, a materials scientist at the University of Münster in Germany.Zinc-air batteries are typically single-use. A new design could change that|Maria Temming|January 5, 2021|Science News
A reversible door with compartment shelves offers utility, while the petite size, old-timey hues and stainless steel pull handles make this a neato accessory to amp up the style factor of any room.
They’re also reversible, and able to fit either of the two most common door widths.Over-door hooks for freeing up precious closet space|PopSci Commerce Team|October 8, 2020|Popular-Science
This food processor comes with a chopping blade, a dough blade, and a reversible slicing and shredding disc.Powerful food processors for dicing, slicing, and kneading|PopSci Commerce Team|October 2, 2020|Popular-Science
In theory, the regulations being created today are reversible.Brazil is sliding into techno-authoritarianism|Tate Ryan-Mosley|August 19, 2020|MIT Technology Review
It remains doubtful, however, whether this reversibility can explain all the synthetic processes in the cell.The Organism as a Whole|Jacques Loeb
This leads me to the enunciation of a principle which underlies all optical phenomena—the principle of reversibility.Six Lectures on Light|John Tyndall
This property of reversibility is also shared by the process of Carnot.Popular scientific lectures|Ernst Mach
The combination of invariability and reversibility in the Peirce pendulums was an innovation for relative determinations.
But even such reversibility of continuous series does not by itself establish coexistence.A Commentary to Kant's 'Critique of Pure Reason'|Norman Kemp Smith