# Associations to the word «Decomposition»

## Noun

- Bender
- Optimization
- Duality
- Integer
- Matrice
- Distillation
- Recourse
- Tensor
- Matrix
- Approximation
- Manifold
- Subspace
- Algorithm
- Methane
- Nitrate
- Graph
- Bb
- Ozone
- Convergence
- Biomass
- Ammonium
- Weathering
- Nutrient
- Nitrogen
- Microorganism
- Stabilization
- Ammonia
- Cellulose
- Dioxide
- Polynomial
- Keyword
- Theorem
- Permutation
- Oxidation
- Relaxation
- Litter
- Fourier
- Electrolyte
- Oxide
- Carbonate
- Landfill
- Hydroxide
- Algebra
- Hydrolysis
- H2o
- Blending
- Hydrogen
- Microbe
- Electro
- Catalyst
- Variance
- Residue
- Oxygen
- Peat
- Manure
- Sulfide
- Organic
- Routing
- Alkali
- Digestion

## Adjective

- Stochastic
- Orthogonal
- Quadratic
- Microbial
- Nonlinear
- Thermal
- Organic
- Singular
- Algebraic
- Primal
- Nutrient
- Linear
- Gaussian
- Symmetric
- Convex
- Spectral
- Gaseous
- Hierarchical
- Catalytic
- Nitric
- Unitary
- Additive
- Polynomial
- Optimal
- Manifold
- Constrained
- Invariant
- Reactive
- Maximal
- Diagonal
- Inorganic
- Triangular
- Sequential
- Alkaline
- Conditional
- Melting

## Wiktionary

DECOMPOSITION, noun. A biological process through which organic material is reduced to e.g. compost

DECOMPOSITION, noun. The act of taking something apart, e.g. for analysis

DECOMPOSITION, noun. The splitting (of e.g. a matrix, an atom, or a compound) into constituent parts

DECOMPOSITION POTENTIAL, noun. (chemistry) (in electrolysis) The electrode potential at which current begins to increase appreciably, and electrolysis occurs

## Dictionary definition

DECOMPOSITION, noun. The analysis of a vector field.

DECOMPOSITION, noun. In a decomposed state.

DECOMPOSITION, noun. (chemistry) separation of a substance into two or more substances that may differ from each other and from the original substance.

DECOMPOSITION, noun. (biology) the process of decay caused by bacterial or fungal action.

DECOMPOSITION, noun. The organic phenomenon of rotting.

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