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com·po·si·tion

(kom'pō-zish'ŭn),
chemistry the kinds and numbers of atoms constituting a molecule.
[L. compono, to arrange]

composition

Vox populi
1. That of which a thing is composed or formed. See Base composition.
2. La-la-la-la-la-la etc, á la Mozart.
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In these dynamic tests the dust composition [Na, K, and Cl] behaved about the same in the two boilers.
The Maximus can hence periodically check target composition to ensure material is being removed uniformly from the target, and hence deposited uniformly onto the disks.
Classes are offered in ballet, modern dance, and jazz, as well as in partnering, composition, and intensive repertoire studies, culminating in a public performance.
The terms of the Composition Agreement, which was accepted by more than 95 percent of Marlene's trade creditors, provide that Marlene's trade creditors with claims over $15,000 will receive a package consisting of payment of 15 percent of their claims in cash on the closing of the Composition Agreement and the balance of up to 85 percent paid within four years from various sources, including the proceeds of sale of Marlene's manufacturing facilities, among other collateral, and a $2,000,000 non-interest bearing promissory note of Marcade which will be reduced in amount to the extent the proceeds of the sale of Marlene's plants exceed $3,000,000.
Table 1 compares a number of properties for an unfilled PP homopolymer with non-halogenated V-0 and V-1 formulations containing SFR-100 resin and a commercial, halogenated V-0 PP composition.
Under Experiences with food composition data: the context, there are three chapters with titles: INFOODS: background and current status; Data: the user context; and The INFOODS system.
The team also compared the cocoa beans with finished cocoa products and found much higher lead concentrations and greater variability in the isotopic composition among the finished products.
Smelters keep detailed records on the elemental composition of the molten lead in each pot.
The college composition classroom, specifically one devoted to writing across the curriculum, is a perfect place to introduce environmental ethics as a preparation for future classes in environmental literature, After developing a basic understanding of philosophical ethics and securing basic writing skills in parallel, students can move on to engage with seminal texts of environmental ethics.
Among Subotnick's works to be performed are the trumpet concerto ``After the Butterfly'' featuring CalArts graduate student Lisa Edelman as soloist, and ``Axoloti,'' a composition for solo cello with electronic augmentation, commissioned and premiered by Joel Krosnick of the Julliard String Quartet in 1982.
Quantitative electron probe analysis is based on models based on the physics or x-ray generation, empirically adjusted to the analyses of specimens of known composition.