contributing structure

contributing structure

[kən¦trib·yəd·ing ′strək·chər]
(organic chemistry)
A structural formula that is one of a set of formulas, each contributing to the total wave function of a molecule. Also known as canonical form; canonical structure.
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This early fachwerk house is a contributing structure in the Bohemian Commercial Historic District.
Marchman, the Connally Marchman House is a contributing structure within the North Villa Rica Residential Historic District.
At its new location, just north of the Spady Museum campus, the Harvel House will become a contributing structure in the West Settler's Historic District.
The district includes seven contributing buildings, three contributing sites, and two contributing structures related to the Old Salt Sulphur Springs Resort or "Old Salt.
The completed survey must provide the information necessary for the community to identify their potential existing historic resources, as well as updating the status of contributing structures within the Township s designated Historic District, which is listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places.