compatibility

  1. a feeling of sympathetic understanding
  2. capability of existing or performing in harmonious or congenial combination

Compatibility

Capable of co-existing in harmony. When two or more chemical insecticides or diluents are mixed together they must not react in such a way that the chemical composition is changed (gelling or precipitation) so as to render the mixture harmful to plants, less toxic to pests, more corrosive to equipment or in some cases, completely useless.

compatibility

Type: Term Pronunciation: kom-pat′ĭ-bil′i-tē Definitions: 1. The condition or state of being compatible.
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compatibility

[n] - a feeling of sympathetic understanding 2. [n] - capability of existing or performing in harmonious or congenial combination
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Compatibility

(Digital cameras and photo printers) The ability of data, programs (software), and equipment (hardware) to run and/or work together. This allows for the individual components to be put together to form a system.
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Compatibility

The ability for data, programs (software) and equipment (hardware) to run and/or work together. This allows for the individual components to be put together to form a system.
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Compatibility

Com·pat`i·bil'i·ty noun [ Confer French compatibilité .] The quality or power of being compatible or congruous; congruity; as, a compatibility of tempers; a compatibility of properties.
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compatibility

The condition of being compatible. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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compatibility

noun capability of existing or performing in harmonious or congenial combination
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compatibility

(kәm-pat″ĭ-bil´ĭ-te) the quality of being compatible; see also histocompatibility.
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Compatibility

• (n.) The quality or power of being compatible or congruous; congruity; as, a compatibility of tempers; a compatibility of properties.
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compatibility

compatibility Mutual tolerance; consistency, congruity, rapport, like-mindedness.
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Compatibility

[chemical] Chemical compatibility is a measure of how stable a substance is when mixed with another substance. If substances mix and do not change they are considered compatible. If substances mix and change or do not mix at all they are considered incompatible. For example, because bleach and ammonia, both commonly used as cleaners are not...
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Compatibility

The ability for data, programs (software) and equipment (hardware) to run and/or work together. This allows for the individual components to be put together to form a system
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compatibility

a state in which a substance in admixture in a plastic will not exude, bloom or similarly separate
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compatibility

the ability of two or more materials to be used together without deleterious changes in either
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compatibility

the attribute of a new television system which allows the acceptable reception of programmes from the new system on unmodified existing television receivers NOTE - Associated term: compatible.
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compatibility

1 - mechanical characteristic of a pick-up head which enables it to reproduce without damage the modulation of a monophonically or stereophonically recorded groove 2 - characteristic of the groove modulation which enables it to be played monophonically or stereophonically
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Compatibility

[geochemistry] In geochemistry, compatibility is a measure of how readily a particular trace element substitutes for a major element within a mineral. Compatibility of an ion is controlled by two things: its valence and its ionic radius. Both must approximate those of the major element for the trace element to be compatible in the mineral. ...
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