Refers to the expression of a mathematical exponent, which is both exponential and implosive in its decay, collapsing the graph which represents said decay. It exclusively applies to exponential decay formulas, and may not be applied to exponential growth formulas.
"I swear, the rate at which that dog is eating itself is nearly implodential. Wait... where did that thing go?"
by Mrs. Jellybottom September 09, 2013