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addition

Etymology: L, additio, something added
a chemical reaction in which two complete molecules combine to form a new product, usually by attachment to carbon atoms at a double or triple bond of one of the molecules.

addition

(ă-di′shŏn) [L. addere, to add]
In chemistry, a reaction in which two substances unite without loss of atoms or valence.
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