educt


educt

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • Educt — E duct, n. [L. eductum, fr. educere.] That which is educed, as by analysis. Sir W. Hamilton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Educt — (v. lat.), Stoff, der aus einem Körper als bereits vorhandener Bestandtheil desselben ausgeschieden worden; Gegensatz von Product, Stoff od. Verbindung, die erst durch die chemische Behandlung eines Körpers gebildet wird …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Educt — Educt, der aus einem Körper, als bereits gebildeter Bestandtheil ausgeschiedene Stoff …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • educt — [ē′dukt΄] n. [L eductum, neut. pp. of educere] 1. something educed 2. a substance separated unchanged from another substance: distinguished from PRODUCT …   English World dictionary

  • educt — /ee dukt/, n. 1. something educed; eduction. 2. Chem. a substance extracted from a mixture, as distinguished from a product. [1790 1800; < L eductum something educed, n. use of neut. of eductus educed (ptp. of educere to EDUCE), equiv. to e E +… …   Universalium

  • educt — noun That which is educed …   Wiktionary

  • educt — n. deduction, conclusion; substance taken out of another substance (Chemistry) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • educt — /ˈidʌkt/ (say eedukt) noun 1. something educed. 2. Chemistry one substance extracted unchanged from another (distinguished from a product). {Latin ēductus, past participle, educed} …   Australian English dictionary

  • educt — ˈēˌdəkt noun ( s) Etymology: Latin eductus, past participle of educere to lead forth, draw out more at educe : something that is educed: a. chemistry : a substance separated from material in which it already existed distinguished from …   Useful english dictionary

  • Derivatization — Derivate redirects here. For various senses of its synonym derivative , see Derivative (disambiguation). Derivatization is a technique used in chemistry which transforms a chemical compound into a product (the reaction s derivate) of similar… …   Wikipedia


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