Composition, or the putting of two or more things together, as in compounding medicines.
The art or process of making a compound by putting the ingredients together, as contrasted with analysis; thus, water is made by synthesis from hydrogen and oxygen; hence, specifically, the building up of complex compounds by special reactions, whereby their component radicals are so grouped that the resulting substances are identical in every respect with the natural articles when such occur; thus, artificial alcohol, urea, indigo blue, alizarin, etc., are made by synthesis.
The combination of separate elements of thought into a whole, as of simple into complex conceptions, species into genera, individual propositions into systems; -- the opposite of analysis.
Merging of Thesis-Anthesis. Equivalent to neutral values that merge between negative-positive values, like in action-compromise-reaction.
The production of a specific molecular structure by a series of chemical reactions.
An understanding that comes from combining separate data into a whole. Almost the opposite of analysis.
formation of a compound from two or more simpler substances.
The union of elements to form a compound.
combining separate elements into a unified whole
a process where a substance is formed by a chemical reaction. The chemical reaction builds up a complex molecule from simpler molecules.
the process of forming a complex compound through a series of one or more chemical reactions involving simpler substances.
The chemical process of building up complex compounds from simpler materials.
Combining two dissimilar ideas into one, such as hearing two suggestions from the audience and combining them into a single idea that gets used in the scene. Can be fun.
synthesize; synthetic reaction. Compare with decomposition. Formation of a complex product from simpler reactants. For example, water can be synthesized from oxygen and hydrogen gas: H2(g) + ½O2(g) H2O().
The act of putting together parts or elements to make up a complex whole.
putting together the known into something new; the combining of components to form a connected whole
the process of producing a chemical compound (usually by the union of simpler chemical compounds)
the combination of ideas into a complex whole
a close integration or combination
a combination of separate parts, elements, substances, etc
a complex process requiring many other proteins
a laboratory oriented occupation, combining chemistry, biochemistry and chemical engineering disciplines
a textbook on human evolution that offers students a unique combination of cultural anthropology and genetics
Synthesis is the process of forming compounds out of simpler elements.
the process of combining objects or ideas into a complex whole temperature a measure of the average energy of the particles that make up a substance
The combination of parts or elements so as to form a whole; most common as the form of philosophy that a thesis (statement) and a thesis contrary to the first thesis (antithesis) can be related by the mind in such a way that a new thesis (synthesis) advances the mind's knowledge or perception of reality.
The process or result of building up separate elements, into a connected whole.
production of a substance, such as chlorophyll, by uniting light energy and elements or chemical compounds.
Visual thinking activities that result in the fusion of separate elements, configurations or forms into a coherent whole. The right hemisphere is said to process visual information this way.[Back to Glossary Index
Combination of parts or elements into a whole
the combining of two concepts by joining their notational symbols together frequently, in UDC, through the various connecting symbols such as the colon.
The preparation of a substance by chemical means as opposed to its extraction from a natural source.
Understanding that arises from combining parts into a whole. Almost the opposite of analysis.
The scientific method in which the mind proceeds from the simple to the complex, from the general to the special, from the universal to the particular, from the necessary to the contingent, from the "logical whole" to the "logical part," from the principle to the applications of the principle, from the general law to the individual cases, from the cause to effect.
Putting together different entities to make a whole which is new and different. In biochemistry , synthesis refers specifically to the process of building compounds from more elementary substances by means of one or more chemical reactions. See the entire definition of Synthesis
the combination of partial truths or concepts of a thesis and its antithesis into a higher stage of truth or concept.
The combining of various parts into a whole
The combination of two or more elements into a unified whole. Synthesis is the opposite of analysis, which involves detailed consideration of the separate elements or parts of a work. Synthesis is also the outcome of the dialectic process: thesis and antithesis combine to produce a synthesis.
The artificial building up of a chemical compound, by the union of its elements or from other suitable starting materials.
a level of learning activities that involves combining parts to form a new whole.
The process whereby separate elements are combined to form a new complex product, synthetic chemical compound or material.
a process of combining things into a unified whole.
Integration of ideas or energies. Combining of separate elements to form a coherent whole.
The combination of separate elements, thoughts, ideas, or information to form a coherent whole.
formation of chemical compounds from the basic elements or basic chemicals with a simpler structure ("synthesis" is derived from the Greek word for "put together")
The production of a substance by the union of chemical elements, groups, or simpler compounds or by the degradation of a complex compound.
Any process or reaction for building up a complex compound by the union of simpler compounds or elements.
The formation of complex compounds by combining two or more chemicals.
n. a combining of diverse elements into one entity; the putting together of parts or elements so as to make a whole.
This is the fifth level in Bloom's taxonomy and deals with the task of putting together parts to form a new whole. This might involve working with parts and putting them together in a creative new way, or using old ideas to come up with new ones.
(Bloom's Taxonomy) Putting all the pieces of the material together to form a new application of the whole.
The art of combining the various factors revealed in a horoscope and building a balanced judgment of the chart as a whole.
The process of combining elements to make a compound.
The process of combining a set of component elements into a whole.
Synthesis is a scientific journal published from 1969 to the present day by Thieme Chemistry. Its stated purpose is the "advancement of the science of synthetic chemistry".