### Definition of Components

1. Noun. (plural of component) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

### Definition of Components

1. component [n] - See also: component

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Components

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### Literary usage of Components

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1. The Phase Rule and Its Applications by Alexander Findlay (1908)
"In the latter case, the concentration of the components in either phase and ... In the case of three liquid components, a similar behaviour may be found, ..."

2. Mechanics by Lewis Raymond Smith (1922)
"The rectangular components may now be determined in value directly, a rule being unnecessary. By inspection we see that V is 24 spaces long and = 24 X 3 ..."

3. The Phase Rule and Its Applications by Alexander Findlay (1904)
"In the latter case, the concentration of the components in either phase and ... In the case of three liquid components, a similar behaviour may be found, ..."

4. Outlines of Psychology, Based Upon the Results of Experimental Investigation by Oswald Külpe (1901)
"The law is, then, that tonal fusion is independent of the absolute intensity of the components. There are, however, upper and lower deviations from it (cf. ..."

5. Theory and Calculation of Alternating Current Phenomena by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1897)
"This representation of the sine wave by its rectangular components is very ... Since the rectangular components a and b are the horizontal and the vertical ..."