Having two distinct phases: a biphasic waveform; a biphasic response to a stimulus. (adjective)
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Use "biphasic" in a sentence
"Serious systemic toxicity has developed upon exposure to HF, regardless of the route of the exposure. 9 In summary, HF exposures result in biphasic injury — dehydration and coagulation necrosis — penetration of tissue by fluoride ion scavenging for cations. 2,10,11"
"PNNL's conversion system will take advantage of the rapid expansion and contraction capabilities of a new liquid developed by PNNL researchers called biphasic fluid."
"The technology is based n the use of a newly developed liquid, which the researchers call the biphasic fluid."