Definitions for "compounding"
The process where interest is calculated upon previously earned interest and...
The process of determining the future value of a payment or a series of payments when applying the concept of compounding interest. This process is the opposite of discounting.
Compounding refers to the reinvestment of returns, whether the returns are interest income, bond income or dividends from stocks or mutual funds.
The preparation, mixing, assembling, packaging, and labeling of a drug or device in accordance with a licensed practitioner's prescription under an initiative based on the practitioner/patient/pharmacist/compounder relationship in the course of professional practice.
A pharmacy technique in which medications are custom-prepared to meet specific needs of individual customers. Those who offer this service are called “compounding pharmacists.
Compounding pharmacy is the long-standing process of mixing drugs by a pharmacist or physician to fit the unique needs of a patient. For example, a patient allergic to the dyes used in a pill can obtain a doctor’s prescription for the necessary medicine to be compounded without the offending dye.
The process where additives and carbon black are homogeneously mixed with the base polyethylene
The process of mixing the polymer with all the materials necessary for the finished resin to be used by the processor.
mixing additives with oils, particularly lubricating oils, to impart oxidation resistance, rust resistance, detergency, or other desirable characteristics.
Use of an abrasive material, either by hand or by machine, to smooth and bring out the gloss of the applied topcoat.
The action of using an abrasive polishing material either by hand or by machine. Alternate Term(s): Polishing
Refers to the mixture of ingredients that go into the rubber used in a tire. Different chemicals or types of compounds affect wear, traction, cut resistance or other properties of a tire.
The combining of five basic ingredients: rubber, carbon black, plasticizers, curing materials, and ozone retardants to form the tread and other "rubber" components of a tire.
the act of combining things.
Combination of two words e.g. Babysitter, firefighter, greenhouse, bigmouth, etc.
A system of sheaves and weight lines designed to provide a shorter weight drop for (or a mechanical advantage in lifting or supporting) a weight. The decrease in weight fall is found by multiplying the total weight fall necessary by the inverse (1/number of falls) of the number of falls (q.v.). The mechanical advantage is computed by counting the number of falls going to and from the moveable sheave(s) attached to the weight.
A process that forms words from two or more words; for example, blackbird from the words black and bird.
Process used to produce a compound.
The process of calculating the future value of a lump sum of stream of payments. Also see Discounting.
confidentiality of information
boolean Simple Identifies whether item is compounding and (optionally) the "period" over which compounding takes place.
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