He tried to dissociate himself from the wild activities of his youth by becoming a missionary.
In the dictionary Disassociate means: to dissociatewhich means:to sever the association of (oneself); separate; He tried to dissociate himself from the actions of his past.So to use disassociate in a sentence you could say:He tried disassociating himself from the actions of his past.
How about a sentence I used in one of my debate papers? There should be more of a momentous movement by popular mainstream media to dissociate the popular traditional stereotype of the "evil" witch from the real world Witchcraft traditions.
No, covalent bonds do not dissociate in water at standard conditions. Ionic bonds do dissociate.
The _____________ of an acid and a base is determined by how completely they dissociate in water. strength
By definition, weak acids do not fully dissociate in water. Only strong acids completely dissociate in water.
In water it will dissociate into ions. In hydrocarbon solvents it cannot dissociate.
Strong bases dissociate or ionize completely. Weak bases dissociate or ionize only partially. The degree to which they ionize/dissociate is given by the Kb for each weak base.