residue

  1. matter that remains after something has been removed
  2. something left after other parts have been taken away

residue

1. The substances left after an evaporation or distillation. 2. A recognizable molecular fragment embedded in a larger molecule; for example, amino acid 'residues' within a protein.
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residue

Excess of unwanted substances remaining after soldering, such as flux or oil.
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Residue

• (n.) That which remains after a part is taken, separated, removed, or designated; remnant; remainder. • (n.) Any positive or negative number that differs from a given number by a multiple of a given modulus; thus, if 7 is the modulus, and 9 the given number, the numbers -5, 2, 16, 23, etc., are residues. • (n.) That part of a teste...
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residue

<biochemistry> A single unit within a polymer, such as an amino acid within a polypeptide or protein. ... This term reflects the fact that sugars, nucleotides, and amino acids usually lose a few atoms (usually hydrogen and oxygen) when they are polymerised into a larger molecule. ... (10 Mar 1998) ...
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residue

(from the article `modular arithmetic`) Under modular arithmetic (with mod ), the only numbers are 0, 1, 2, …, 1, and they are known as residues modulo . Residues are added by taking the ...
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Residue

(n) Residue is the left over, or residual property remaining in the estate of a deceased person after all the specific gifts notified in the will were made and there is no further wishes contained in the will to be satisfied
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residue

(rez´ĭ-doo) a remainder; that which remains after the removal of other substances; in organic chemistry a portion of a molecule that is incorporated into another molecule, such as an amino acid residue of a polypeptide.
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Residue

1. The substances left after an evaporation or distillation. 2. A recognizable molecular fragment em
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residue

noun matter that remains after something has been removed
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Residue

[chemistry] In chemistry, residue is the material remaining after distillation or an evaporation, or to a portion of a larger molecule, such as a methyl group. It may also refer to the undesired byproducts of a reaction. Residues are important in chemistry, where distillation products are quantitatively analyzed. During the distillation of ...
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Residue

[complex analysis] == Calculating residues == Suppose a punctured disk D = {z : 0 < |z − c| < R} in the complex plane is given and f is a holomorphic function defined (at least) on D. The residue Res(f, c) of f at c is the coefficient a−1 of (z − c)−1 in the Laurent series expansion of f around c. Various methods exist for calculati...
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Residue

Res'i·due noun [ French résidu , Latin residuum , from residuus that is left behind, remaining, from residere to remain behind. See Reside , and confer Residuum .] 1. That which remains after a part is taken, separated, removed, or designated; remna...
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Residue

a) Portion of a chemical structure which can be identified as being derived from a particular building block; b) portion of a building block which is incorporated into the final product but is not part of the scaffold.
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Residue

a) Portion of a chemical structure which can be identified as being derived from a particular building block; b) portion of a building block which is incorporated into the final product but is not part of the scaffold.
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Residue

Adhesive left on a substrate when a decal is removed
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Residue

Adhesive left on a substrate when a label is removed.
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residue

Contaminant remaining in an organism or in other material such as food or packaging, following exposure.
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Residue

Forage remaining on the land as a consequence of harvest.
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residue

In chemistry, a substance or mixture of substances remaining after the removal of one or more components by a separation process. The nonvolatile substance left in a container after evaporation of liquid, the solid left behind after removal of liquid by filtration, and the substances left in a distillation flask after removal of components by disti...
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residue

n. in a will, the assets of the estate of a person who has died with a will (died testate) which are left after all specific gifts have been made. Typical language: "I leave the rest, residue and remainder [or just residue] of my estate to my grandchildren." If the residue is not given to any beneficiary it will be distributed pursuant to the laws ...
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residue

residue 1. The remainder of something after removal of parts or a part. 2. Matter remaining after completion of an abstractive chemical or physical process; such as, evaporation, combustion, distillation, or filtration; residuum. 3. In law: The remainder of a testator's estate after all claims, debts, and bequests are satisfied.
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Residue

See: residuary estate
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Residue

The dry solids remaining after the evaporation of a sample of water or sludge.
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Residue

The part of an estate which is left after the payment of specific and pecuniary legacies, debts, funeral expenses and IHT.
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