Body; matter; material of which a thing is made; hence, substantiality; solidity; firmness; as, the substance of which a garment is made; some textile fabrics have little substance.
Substance: The principle underlying dense matter.
a sample of matter having a uniform and definite composition; it can be either an element or a compound.
a form of matter that has a constant composition and constant and distinct properties such
Alternate word for basis weight, used commonly when referring to bond papers. Often written as sub.
The weight of paper or board, shown by scales, taken from a sample. The weight is almost entirely defined by grammage per square metre of a single sheet (g/m2).
Term used to express weight of any paper 17 x 22 basic sheet.
substantia in Latin: that which underlies, or upholds something] according to Descartes- Substance is that which can be conceived alone by itself without needing something else in terms of which it is known, and without depending on something else for its existence; a thing which can exist independently (i.e. a stone, me). This would effectively leave only one true substance, God substance.
what a communication that is about something is about
an object, something before me
a particular thing
That which underlies all outward manifestations; substratum; the permanent subject or cause of phenomena, whether material or spiritual; that in which properties inhere; that which is real, in distinction from that which is apparent; the abiding part of any existence, in distinction from any accident; that which constitutes anything what it is; real or existing essence.
Essential nature; essence.
The " something" which has all the necessary accidents (qualities), which is the " thing" itself, this " something" is what the philosophers call " substance". For example, regarding the bread and wine of the Eucharist, the mind is not left to itself. By the revelation of Christ the mind knows that the " substance" has been changed, in the one case into the " substance" of His Body, in the other case into the " substance" of His Blood. Our senses perceive " accidents" of bread and wine; only the mind knows the " substance" of His Body and Blood. See the related terms Nature and Essence.
In most philosophy, the primary nature of what is real; that which possesses attributes, qualities, properties; the essence that makes something what it is, and nothing else (both descriptively and numerically). In J. P. Moreland, "an entity like an apple, my dog Fido, a carbon atom, a leaf, or an angel. Substances contrast with properties" ( Scaling the Secular City, 79).
Any chemical entity.
Chemical element and its compound, either in the natural state or obtained by a production process, including any additive necessary to preserve the stability of the product and any impurity derived inevitably from the process used, but excluding any solvents that can be separated without affecting the stability of the substance or changing its composition
The word "substance" is used to mean chemical elements and their compounds in the natural state or obtained by any production process, including any additive necessary to preserve the stability of the product. In the European legislation, only the word "substance" is used.
in Spinoza, the basic and eternal reality, the structure and law of the world.
an independent entity , such as an apple
a permanent entity which undergoes change in its various modifications which are destroyed and created a new every moment
Element or the set of the indispensable elements for the existence of an any definite entity of the reality.
The amount of starch in the cells of a rose petal; roses with more substance will last longer in the vase.
the amount of thickness between the veins, to the touch, of a fully expanded leaf blade.
thickness of petals.
a CIC if and only if every predicate true of it in the past, present and future is contained within the concept
these terms serve to distinguish between the law that governs general human conduct and the law that governs the resolution of disputes. We look to the substantive law, for example, to tell us what constitutes a breach of contract, or medical malpractice, or trespass, or murder. Procedural rules, by contrast, tell us how to commence a lawsuit or a prosecution, or what kinds of motions can be made, or how information should be shared between litigants.
Substance is a 1987 double album by New Order, grouping their best-known singles in their 12-inch versions, together with some songs that were previously unavailable. Some of this music could clearly be considered as part of the culture and symbolism of the 1980s. Some of the band's most well-known tracks ("Bizarre Love Triangle", "Blue Monday", "Confusion", "The Perfect Kiss", "Temptation", and the then newly-released "True Faith") appear, and the double-CD and double-cassette versions also include various B-sides and two A-sides, "Procession" and "Murder".
a psychoactive drug that is ingested or taken into your body which affects the way that you think, feel and behave
The term 'substance' is defined as all illegal and legally obtained drugs including tobacco, alcohol, volatile substances and medicines obtained without a prescription.
Material with particular features, as a pressor substance. The material that makes up an organ or structure. Also known in medicine as the substantia. A psychoactive drug as, for example, in substance abuse.