Definitions for "Octet"
Keywords:  eight, byte, valence, bit, singers
A composition for eight parts, usually for eight solo instruments or voices.
A group of eight singers or eight musicians.
A collection of 8 bits. Was used before a byte was defined to be always 8 bits. Today an Octet is the same as a byte. Network jargon still often talks about octets instead of bytes.
The Octet in F major, D. 803 was composed by Franz Schubert in March 1824. It was commissioned by the renowned clarinetist Ferdinand Troyer and came from the same period as two of Schubert's other masterpieces, the Rosamunde and the Death and the Maiden string quartets.
Felix Mendelssohn's Octet in E-flat major, Op. 20 was composed in the fall of 1825 at the remarkably young age of 16.
Keywords:  octave, see
See Octave
Keywords:  lewis, regularly, goal, atoms, even
In Lewis structures the goal is to make almost all atoms have an octet. This means that they will have access to 8 electrons regularly, even if they do have to share some of them.
Keywords:  cardinal, seven, sum, number, one
the cardinal number that is the sum of seven and one
Each section of an IP address seperated by dots is called an Octet.
Octet is an object-oriented molecular representation framework written in Java.
Keywords:  rule, see
see octet rule.