We now proceed to consider the properties, syntheses, decompositions and constitution of the benzene complex.
In all these syntheses the fundamental change is the same, viz.
And what are the hypotheses which science frames in order to explain phenomena but syntheses of factors framed in consciousness?
Its syntheses were based on elements already in combination.
The agencies operative in the production of volatile acids and syntheses of esters are as yet undefined.
These latter are syntheses of many ideas, and centuries of human thought have laboured on their gigantic figures.
It must not be supposed that no syntheses of alkaloids have been effected as yet.
He further recognises that all arithmetical processes are syntheses according to concepts.
There could not, of course, be two syntheses, the one being and the other not being upon a principle.
The groundwork of theoretical knowledge advances through an uninterrupted series of antitheses and syntheses.
synthesis syn·the·sis (sĭn'thĭ-sĭs)
n. pl. syn·the·ses (-sēz')
The combining of separate elements or substances to form a coherent whole.
Formation of a chemical compound from simpler compounds or elements.
A period in the cell cycle.