Dissolution [noun]

Definition of Dissolution:

separation, rupture

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Sentence/Example of Dissolution:

Recent experiments reveal that some proteins spontaneously gather into transient assemblies called condensates, in response to molecular forces that precisely balance transitions between the formation and dissolution of droplets inside the cell.

In our era of social dissolution, the timing could hardly be better for celebrating a homegrown icon of justice and bravery who exemplifies physical and mental dexterity and virtue — a man who stands for right making might.

Although Einstein conceived of gravity as the geometry of space-time, his theory also entails the dissolution of space-time, which is ultimately why information can escape its gravitational prison.

In 2015, its executive director authored an op-ed in The New York Times calling for the dissolution of America’s national parks.

Protests sparked earlier this year by the dissolution of Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit's Future Forward Party have evolved into a massive youth-led movement that's rattling Thailand's establishment, including the once-untouchable monarchy.

Any change for good among such would be to their dissolution and reconstruction on principles which they do not now hold.

He moved here after the dissolution of that body and spent several years as a farmer.

Every third day his convulsive tremblings, his dejection, his fits of wandering, seemed to indicate the approach of dissolution.

As to agriculture, he said that he had a conversation with Mr. Chamberlain on the subject just before the dissolution.

The secret causes of its dissolution had long been stealthily at work, and its fall at last was utter and complete.