uncombined

ADJECTIVE
  1. not joined or united into one
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How To Use uncombined In A Sentence

  • The specific gravity of the alloy is greater than that of the two metals in an uncombined state.
  • In fact, the only uncombined metal that has ever appeared on the planet has been the nickel-iron of an occasional meteorite. A Case Of Conscience
  • It is a highly unreactive metal, which I would expect to find uncombined and highly localized. The Nitrogen Fix
  • Only a few metals such as gold, silver and copper are found pure in nature, uncombined with other elements.
  • As connected with the human will, emotion is never uncombined with thought.
  • These elements are also rarely found uncombined in nature.
  • These uncombined suffixes very materially modify the meaning of the verb to speak.
  • It is a measurement of pressure exerted by uncombined oxygen molecules dissolved in plasma.
  • Pure uncombined hydrogen does not exist in nature to any extent. Hydrogen—Will the First Element be the Final Fuel?
  • Whether we weigh the elements in their uncombined state or weigh them in the form of some compound of known composition, we must be very sure that conditions are such as to make possible the exclusion of all complicating impurities from the scale pan. Theodore W. Richards - Nobel Lecture
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