adduct

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adduct

[′a‚dəkt]
(chemistry)
A chemical compound that forms from chemical addition of two species; for example, reaction of butadiene with styrene forms an adduct, 4-phenyl-1-cyclohexene.
The complex compound formed by association of an inclusion complex.
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Measurements were done with the femoral shafts vertical, at 15 [degrees] adduction and at 15 [degrees] abduction to determine initial strains as a control.
This value is reached on the way (1, 2, 6, 7), thus resulting in optimal route of adduction as: [S.
Radu puts his arms on my thighs and tells me to bring my thighs together in what's called adduction.