2. Verb. (present participle of interact) ¹
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Definition of Interacting
1. interact [v] - See also: interact
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Literary usage of Interacting
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1. Stochastic Differential Equations in Infinite Dimensional Spaces by Gopinath Kallianpur, Jie Xiong (1995)
"Chapter 9 Asymptotic behavior of interacting system of stochastic differential equations on duals of nuclear spaces The study of the limit of interacting ..."
2. C-O-R Generalized Functions, Current Algebras, and Control by Robert Hermann (1994)
"interacting Elementary Particles are ‘supposed to be' described by nonlinear equations between Quantum Fields, Ie ‘operator-valued distributions'. ..."
3. Theoretical Mechanics: An Elementary Treatise by William Woolsey Johnson (1901)
"In the case of a system of interacting solids capable of restricted relative motions, the configuration (see ..."
4. Prevention of Mental Disorders, Alcohol and Other Drug Use in Children and edited by David Shaffer (1996)
"If adults are not interacting with the child, especially not speaking to the child, the child may not meet the norms for language development and score ..."
5. The Philosophy of History by Augustus Schade, Rudolf Rocholl (1899)
"... which the functions require, until it finally appears inherent in a system •>; distinct groups of structural members or special interacting agencies. ..."
6. The Experimental Basis of Chemistry: Suggestions for a Series of Experiments by Ida Freund (1920)
"The combining ratios of substances interacting in solution are independent of the concentration. Experiment XXVIII. To show that when a neutral salt is ..."
7. New Aspects of Life and Religion by Henry Pratt (1886)
"Force and Matter, an interacting Unity. The terms force and matter, as has been already indicated, represent the potencies of an interacting unity—of a ..."
8. Natural Law in Terrestrial Phenomena: A Study in the Causation of by William Digby (1902)
"... (remarks Mr. Clements,) I have here demonstrated that minimum and maximum sun-spots are produced by the planets acting and interacting with each other ..."