<chemistry> The three-dimensional arrangement of an organic molecule that is caused by: double bonds that prevent free rotation, or chiral centres that haveside groups arranged around them in a particular order. ... A configurational isomer cannot be turned into another configuration without b...
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constellation noun an arrangement of parts or elements; `the outcome depends on the configuration of influences at the time`
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(kәn-fig″u-ra´shәn) the general form, shape, or appearance of an object. in chemistry, the arrangement in space of the atoms of a molecule.
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• (n.) Relative position or aspect of the planets; the face of the horoscope, according to the relative positions of the planets at any time. • (n.) Form, as depending on the relative disposition of the parts of a thing` shape; figure.
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in chemistry, the spatial arrangement of atoms in a molecule. The configuration is usually depicted by means of a three-dimensional model (a ... [1 related articles]
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Should refer to the bitstream currently loaded on an FPGA. When used loosely, it could also refer to the components/chipset making up a board or reconfigurable machine, which should not be the case.
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- an arrangement of parts or elements
- any spatial attribute (especially as defined by outline)
The composition of a component or system as defined by the number, nature, and interconnections of its constituent parts....
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(Lat. configurare from con, together and figurare, to form) A structural pattern at the physical, physiological or psychological level. The term has been suggested to translate the German Gestalt. See Gestalt Psychology. -- L.W.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: kon-fig′yū-rā′shŭn Definitions: 1. The general form of a body and its parts. 2. chemistry the spatial arrangement of atoms in a molecule. The configuration of a compound (a sugar) is the unique spatial arrangement of its atoms such that no other a...
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(art) In art, the arrangement of individual elements and shapes within the content of an artwork, and the overall meaning when these elements are brought together in their relative context. A flower in one painting may have the relative meaning of symbolizing love and fertility, whereas in an...
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1) Arrangement 2) Constellation 3) Design 4) Pattern 5) Plan 6) Shape 7) Structure
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