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### Definition of Derivatives

**1.** derivative [n] - See also: derivative

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### Literary usage of Derivatives

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**1.** *Report of the Annual Meeting* (1887)

"THE study of isomeric naphthalene **derivatives** acquires importance from a variety
of considerations, notably, from the very close relationship of naphthalene ..."**2.** *An Introduction to the Study of the Compounds of Carbon; Or, Organic Chemistry* by Ira Remsen (1910)

"The **derivatives** of the paraffins were classified as: — 1. ... Metallic **derivatives**.
The **derivatives** of the benzene hydrocarbons may be classified in the ..."**3.** *Introductory Treatise on Lie's Theory of Finite Continuous Transformation Groups* by John Edward Campbell (1903)

"and so on, where in -n^, ... no **derivatives** of order higher than the second can
... We know how to express £ £,-, TT,-, in terms of W and its **derivatives**, ..."**4.** *Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical* by William Allen Miller (1880)

"The formation of nitro-haloid **derivatives** from nitro-**derivatives** has been ...
A considerable number of nitro-haloid **derivatives** have been procured by ..."**5.** *Advanced Calculus: A Text Upon Select Parts of Differential Calculus* by Edwin Bidwell Wilson (1912)

"Find the total differentials and hence obtain the **derivatives** of if and (x*)x
and &**). 50. **derivatives** of higher order. If the first **derivatives** be again ..."**6.** *Differential and Integral Calculus* by Clyde Elton Love (1916)

"Geometric interpretation of partial **derivatives**. To keep y constant, say y = y^
in the ... The **derivatives** —, — are dx dy themselves functions of x and y, ..."