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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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Instead, where associative logic dominates, therefore the iconic dimenations of signs as understood by Peirce, the relation between interpreted and interpretant (see Petrilli 1998; Ponzio 1990) proceeds by hypothesis, it calls for reader initiative and inventiveness, and requires inferences mainly of the adductive type, that is, at high degrees of creativity and inventiveness.
Historical reasoning often is referred to as adductive, meaning the process of hypothesizing answers until the most probable fit is obtained (Wineburg, 2001).
(38)" Each session [for example] opened with a prayer, conducted by a religious figure from the community (39) [accompanied by hymn singing;]" (40) ultimately, all the stages of the SATRC were advised by this 'adductive affinity' between the Church and the Commission.
(1991; 1992) published two papers on the separation of phenols by adductive crystallization.
However, our study did not necessarily provide fluency instruction in a large set of composite skills that might be recombined in some adductive or generative response.