deactivation
deactivation de*ac`ti*va"tion, n. The act or process of deactivating. [PJC]

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  • deactivation — The process of rendering or of becoming inactive. * * * de·ac·ti·va·tion (de ak″tĭ vaґshən) the process of making or becoming inactive, as the removal or loss of radioactivity from a previously radioactive material …   Medical dictionary

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