atomization

atomization
Synonyms and related words:
ablation, abrasion, aeration, aerification, alpha decay, alteration, analysis, anatomization, atom-chipping, atom-smashing, atomic disintegration, atomic reaction, attrition, beating, beta decay, bombardment, breakup, brecciation, breeding, bullet, chain reaction, change, circumstantiation, cleavage, comminution, corrosion, crumbling, crushing, decay, decomposition, degradation, demarcation, desynonymization, detrition, differencing, differentiation, dilapidation, discrimination, disequalization, disintegration, disintegration series, disjunction, disorganization, dissociation, dissolution, distillation, distinction, distinguishment, diversification, division, erosion, etherealization, etherification, evaporation, exchange reaction, exhalation, fission, fission reaction, fluidization, fractionation, fragmentation, fumigation, gamma decay, gasification, granulation, granulization, grating, grinding, incoherence, individualization, individuation, ionization, itemization, levigation, mashing, modification, neutron reaction, nonreversible reaction, nuclear fission, nucleization, particularization, personalization, photodisintegration, pounding, powdering, proton gun, proton reaction, ravages of time, resolution, reversible reaction, segregation, separation, severalization, severance, shredding, smashing, smoking, specialization, specification, splitting the atom, steaming, stimulation, sublimation, target, thermonuclear reaction, trituration, vaporization, variation, volatilization, wear, wear and tear

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