Fr.: composé aromatique
An organic compound which contains benzene rings in its structure. The simplest is therefore benzene (C6H6). Aromatic compounds have a planar ring of atoms linked by alternate single and double bounds.
Fr.: composé chimique
A substance whose molecules are made up of atoms of at least two different elements.
1) hamnât; 2) hamnâtidan
Fr.: 1) composé; 2) composer
1a) General: Consisting of two or more separate substances, ingredients,
elements, or parts. A compound usually constitutes a new and independent
entity with regard to its components. → composite,
M.E. compouned, p.p. of compounen, M.Fr. compon-, stem of compondre, from L. componere, → compose.
Hamnât, literally "placed together," from ham- "together," → com-, + nât "placed, put," variant of nâd, nâde, from Lori nâdan "to place, put" (Tabari da-nâyan "to place, put"), variant of nehâdan "to place, put," → compose.
Fr.: angle composé
An angle that results from the combination of two other angles. These angles are expressed by → compound angle formulae.
compound angle formula
disul-e zaviye-ye hamnât
Fr.: formule d'angle composé
One of eight equations that give the → trigonometric functions
of → compound angles.
Fr.: courbe composée
A curve that is made up of a series of successive tangent circular arcs.
Fr.: événement composé
In statistics, an event whose probability of occurrence depends upon the probability of occurrence of two or more independent events.
Fr.: fraction composée
Same as → complex fraction.
Fr.: lentille composée
A lens system consisting of two or more lenses with the same radius used together in order to remove aberrations found in a single lens.
Fr.: noyau composé
A temporary excited state of the atomic nucleus which results from the collision of an incident energetic particle with a target nucleus. Subsequently the nucleus decays by emitting particle(s).
Fr.: nombre composé
A quantity expressed as the sum of two or more quantities of differing units. For example 5 hours and 15 minutes or 4 meters and 20 centimeters. → composite number.
Fr.: proposition composée
A statement formed from simple statements by the use of words such as "and," "or," "not," "implies," or their corresponding symbols.
Fr.: verbe composé
A verb that is made up of several words, such as tear up, take away, double-click.
Fr.: composé de coordination
A chemical compound in which a group of atoms or ions are attached by a coordination bond to a usually metallic central atom or ion.