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Synthesis, the combination of two or more parts, whether by design or by natural processes. Furthermore, it may imply being prepared or made artificially, in contrast to naturally.

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In the sense of combination

In the sense of artificial

  • Synthetic fiber, a fiber not made from natural (animal, plant) materials
  • Synthetic intelligence, a view that the intelligence of computing machines is not an imitation or in any way artificial. See also artificial intelligence.
  • Synthetic or constructed language, such as Esperanto
  • Synthetic music, produced by a synthesizer, a machine to create artificial sound and music
  • Synthetic chord in music theory
  • Synthetic person or legal personality, characteristic of a non-human entity regarded by law as having the status of a person
  • Synthetic elements, chemical elements that naturally occur rarely or never on Earth and therefore have to be created in experiments
  • Synthetic data, are any data applicable to a given situation that are not obtained by direct measurement or from live system as described in Synthetic data; terminology used in testing of software applications
  • Synthetic setae, emulate the anatomical processes found on various animals, including the feet of water striders and the toes of geckos.
  • many synthetic fibers are used on horseback riding saddles

In the sense of both

  • Synthetic chemical or synthetic compress, produced by the process of chemical synthesis
  • Synthetic organic compounds are tens of thousands of synthetic chemical compounds, all containing carbon, that are extremely useful, including medicines, rubbers, plastics, refrigerants. They may also act as manmade contaminants in water, in air, or in solid substances.
  • Synthetic fuel
  • Synthetic oil

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