interconversion


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(in'tĕr-kon-vĕr'zhŭn),
A mutual alteration of the physical or chemical nature of a substance or entity, for example, interconversion of chemical compounds or of foodstuffs.
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The interconversion of these measures is not self-evident and often requires both background knowledge and additional information.
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