impurity

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A component or additive that renders something else impure

The impurities in the iron ore made extraction of the iron very difficult.

A state of immorality or sin; especially the weakness of the flesh: inchastity

With his cheating, lying and stealing, he epitomised the impurity of humanity.

The condition of being impure; because of contamination, pollution, adulteration or insufficient purification

Even animals in the Jewish system cause impurity only when they are dead.

In semiconductor technology, a material such as boron, phosphorus, or arsenic added in small quantities to a crystal to produce an excess of electrons (donor impurity) or holes (acceptor impurity) Also called "dopant "
worthless material that should be removed; "there were impurities in the water"
The condition or quality of being impure in any sense; defilement; foulness; adulteration
An element added to the semiconductor substrate material (either germanium, silicon, or gallium arsenide) in the fabrication process to create a P-type or N-type region For germanium, the impurities are arsenic and bismuth For silicon, the impurities are boron, phosphorus, and aluminum and for gallium, arsenic and phosphorus
Impurities are substances that are present in small quantities in another substance and make it dirty or of an unacceptable quality. The air in the factory is filtered to remove impurities
A state of immorality or sin
- a chemical substance which is unintentionally present with another chemical substance or mixture
Impurity is the state of being no longer pure, especially sexually pure
Any component of an API that is not the entity defined as the API
a foreign ingredient
That which is, or which renders anything, impure; foul matter, action, language, etc
{i} quality of being unclean or contaminated; state of being morally unclean or corrupt; insignificant material that should be removed; component or ingredient that spoils the purity of something
the condition of being impure
is a foreign particle in the stone such as sand spot or gypsum in opal Jelly opal: is clear, almost colourless opal
the condition of being impure worthless material that should be removed; "there were impurities in the water
Want of ceremonial purity; defilement
a quality or state of being impure; lack of consistency or homogeneity
Any undesirable extraneous material present in a fleece or textile product
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{n} uncleanness, foulness, guilt
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Elements or compounds whose presence in a material is undesired
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Any substance dissolved or suspended in water which alters chemical and/or physical properties of the pure substance IODINE - A disinfectant that kills bacteria and prevents algae growth
impurities
Any substance dissolved or suspended in water that alters the chemical and/or physical properties of the pure substance
impurities
Undesired or unintentional elements or substances contaminating pure or nearly pure products Customers are requiring more and more knowledge about what type and how much of these impurities are present in our products
impurities
{i} something that is impure, something that makes impure
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