Definitions for "Equivalent"
Keywords:  mole, hydrogen, ion, hydric, aquires
That comparative quantity by weight of an element which possesses the same chemical value as other elements, as determined by actual experiment and reference to the same standard. Specifically: (a) The comparative proportions by which one element replaces another in any particular compound; thus, as zinc replaces hydrogen in hydrochloric acid, their equivalents are 32.5 and 1. (b) The combining proportion by weight of a substance, or the number expressing this proportion, in any particular compound; as, the equivalents of hydrogen and oxygen in water are respectively 1 and 8, and in hydric dioxide 1 and 16.
Compare with normality. The amount of substance that gains or loses one mole of electrons in a redox reaction. The amount of substances that releases or accepts one mole of hydrogen ions in a neutralization reaction. The amount of electrolyte that carries one mole of positive or negative charge, for example, 1 mole of Ba2+(aq) is 2 equivalents of Ba2+(aq).
the amount of an acid (or base) that can give one mole of hydrogen (or hydroxide) ions; the amount of reactant that aquires or supplies one mole of electrons.
Equivalency means that a course is regarded as fulfilling the requirement of the corresponding course at the university. It does not mean that a community college course is identical to the university course.
Meets all the requirements of the course / program.
When used in a course prerequisite (e.g., Prereq: SOCL 2001 or equivalent), this term means either credit in a comparable course or adequate preparation by other experience. Determination of equivalency is left to the discretion of individual departments.
These are specifications published by different patent offices for the same invention. Together they form the patent family.
A patent that relates to the same invention and shares the same priority application as a patent from a different issuing authority. Specifications published by different patent offices all relating to the same invention and all sharing the same priority application (See non-convention equivalents).
A patent entering the Derwent system which relates to the same invention and shares the same priority application as a patent from a different issuing authority already held in Derwent World Patents Index (see also Non-convention equivalent).
Keywords:  equal, adj, tantamount, deixis, eru
Equal in worth or value, force, power, effect, import, and the like; alike in significance and value; of the same import or meaning.
Equal in measure but not admitting of superposition; -- applied to magnitudes; as, a square may be equivalent to a triangle.
Something equivalent; that which is equal in value, worth, weight, or force; as, to offer an equivalent for damage done.
A combining unit, whether an atom, a radical, or a molecule; as, in acid salt two or more equivalents of acid unite with one or more equivalents of base.
An equivalence expression, which is "syntactic sugar" for a pair of conjoined converse implication rules (Implies). It consists of a pair of (optionally skipped) torso roles. For example, "A person owning an object is equivalent to an object belonging to a person": Equivalent torso Atom Relown/Rel Varperson/Var Varobject/Var /Atom /torso torso Atom Relbelongs/Rel Varobject/Var Varperson/Var /Atom /torso /Equivalent Attributes: @closure(See: connective module)
the atomic weight of an element that has the same combining capacity as a given weight of another element; the standard is 8 for oxygen
a sequence with homology to the biological active molecule, which homology is such, that biological activity of said molecule is retained
a unit of relative amount of material used in chemistry
The equivalent (Eq or eq) is a reasonably common measurement unit used in chemistry and the biological sciences. It is a measure of a substance's ability to combine with other substances. It is frequently used in the context of normality.
Divided in same amounts.
(thorium or uranium): The amount of radioelement calculated to be present, based on the gamma-rays measured from a daughter element. This assumes that the decay series is in equilibrium – progressing normally.
From RDF Semantics ( 2004-02-10) (prep., with to ) True under exactly the same conditions; making identical claims about the world, when asserted. Entails and is entailed by.
a sorrowful TV production known as The Lottery
Content is "equivalent" to other content when both fulfill essentially the same function or purpose upon presentation to the user. In the context of this document, the equivalent must fulfill essentially the same function for the person with a disability (at least insofar as is feasible, given the nature of the disability and the state of technology), as the primary content does for the person without any disability.
the water content obtained from melting
Contemporaneous in origin; as, the equivalent strata of different countries.
Education and/or experience that may be substituted for education and/or experience required in the minimum qualifications and position description of a particular job classification.
a Federal Holiday See also the general articles on holiday and public holiday
Keywords:  representations, thing, two
Two representations of the same thing.
Keywords:  logically, edit, see
See Logically Equivalent.[ edit
Something is equivalent when it conveys the same information as the original item. Accessibility standards have equivalent text, and sometimes, equivalent pages.
Keywords:  big, limitation
a big limitation
Keywords:  defined
Not yet defined.