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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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By creating compositionally identical aliquots from a parent specimen, TMAD enables selection of optimal conditions for extraction and analysis of biomolecules of interest.
These requirements can be fulfilled only by using compositionally optimized coatings with sufficiently high aluminum and chromium contents to ensure protective scale formation and re-healing after reaction with the environment.
Green sands must be controlled compositionally based on the mass-balance system, as is done in melting.
The tentative position of this picture compositionally balances the work while it projects a sense of mystery that possibly alludes to the secrecy that was often a part of the mixed-race lineage of Southern black families.
Many are so fragmented and so altered compositionally that even with state-of-the-art restoration techniques, the cost to restore them may not be justifiable.
As Bernstein argues, "the coherence of the 'hyperspace' of Pound's modernist collage is not a predetermined Truth of a pancultural elitism but a product of a compositionally decentered multiculturalism" (122-23).
Enhancement of piezoelectric properties in perovskite crystals by thermally, compositionally, electric field and stress induced instabilities
Ein' Magd'' is a bit more sophisticated, compositionally, but both pieces also share the tendency to extensively repeat phrases of their texts.
Much of Bull's book is taken up with grand, compositionally complex paintings that treat themes of major theological or philosophical import.
Operation of the security is either compositionally funds to an account or a bank guarantee.
Particularly in the solar system's main asteroid belt - between Mars and Jupiter -- the researchers found a compositionally diverse mix of asteroids.
The works in Cut and Paste are highly repetitious in nature, whether because they are produced in serials, or compositionally rely on the repetition of the same phrase, text or image.