Definition of Sublation

1. n. The act of taking or carrying away; removal.



Definition of Sublation

1. Noun. (chemistry) A flotation method in which the material to be separated is adsorbed on the surface of gas bubbles in a liquid and is collected on an upper layer of an immiscible liquid ¹

2. Noun. Removal, taking away. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sublation

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sublation

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sublamina
sublaminal
sublandlord
sublandlords
sublanguage
sublanguages
sublapsarian
sublapsarianism
sublapsarians
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sublated
sublateral
sublates
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sublation (current term)
sublations
sublative
sublative case
sublattice
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subleaser
subleasers
subleases
subleasing

Literary usage of Sublation

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1. Proceedings of the Workshop on Long-lived Radionuclide Chemistry in Nuclear by NEA Nuclear Science Committee (1998)
"... BY TRANSPORT EXTRACTION BASED ON SOLVENT sublation S. Palagyi Department of Radiation Protection, State Office for Nuclear Safety, Senovazne namesti 9, ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1890)
"The sublation of this superposition is the position of the impersonal self, Brahman, as the sole reality, and the recognition of the falsity of the ..."

3. The Modalist: Or, The Laws of Rational Conviction. A Textbook in Formal Or by Edward John Hamilton (1891)
"... and they have termed the denial of the consequent, as well as that of the antecedent, the " sublation," or taking away, of a statement of fact. ..."

4. Reason, Thought, and Language; Or, The Many and the One: A Revised System of by Douglas Macleane (1906)
"We must not then transpose the premisses, but rather convert the minor, when we obtain a sublation of the consequent— If A is B, ..."

5. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1870)
"In the very attempt to sunder it from the Finite and * Hegel; Logic, Sec. I. Chap. II. C. t sublation is a term signifying at once ..."

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