**2.** Verb. (present participle of interact) ¹

¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### 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 ..."