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Concentration vs. Major

Difference Between Concentration and Major

Concentration

In chemistry, concentration is the abundance of a constituent divided by the total volume of a mixture. Several types of mathematical description can be distinguished: mass concentration, molar concentration, number concentration, and volume concentration.
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Major

Major is a military rank of commissioned officer status, with corresponding ranks existing in many military forces throughout the world.
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Concentration

the action or power of focusing all one's attention
she was frowning in concentration
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Major

important, serious, or significant
the use of drugs is a major problem
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Concentration

a close gathering of people or things
the island has the greatest concentration of seabirds in the north-west
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(of a scale) having intervals of a semitone between the third and fourth, and seventh and eighth degrees.
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Concentration

the relative amount of a particular substance contained within a solution or mixture or in a particular volume of space
the gas can collect in dangerous concentrations
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Major

(appended to a surname in public schools) indicating the elder of two brothers.
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Concentration

The act or process of concentrating, especially the fixing of close, undivided attention.
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Major

(of a term) occurring as the predicate in the conclusion of a categorical syllogism.
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Concentration

The condition of being concentrated.
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Major

a rank of officer in the army and the US air force, above captain and below lieutenant colonel.
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Concentration

Something that has been concentrated.
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Major

a major key, interval, or scale.
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Concentration

(Chemistry) The amount of a specified substance in a unit amount of another substance.
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Major

a major organization or competition
the majors have swept up the smaller independent companies in licensing deals
it's not unreasonable to believe someone can win all four majors
the oil majors had a profit bonanza
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Concentration

The act, process or ability of concentrating; the process of becoming concentrated, or the state of being concentrated.
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Major

a student's principal subject or course
many students would ignore courses outside their major
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Concentration

The direction of attention to a specific object.
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Major

a major term or premise.
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Concentration

The act, process or product of reducing the volume of a liquid, as by evaporation.
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Major

short for major suit
South was anxious to mention his four-card major and bid one spade
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Concentration

The act or process of removing the dress of ore and of reducing the valuable part to smaller compass, as by currents of air or water.
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Major

a goal.
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Concentration

A field or course of study on which one focuses, especially as a student in a college or university.
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Major

specialize in (a particular subject) at college or university
I was trying to decide if I should major in drama or English
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Concentration

The proportion of a substance in a whole.
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Major

Greater than others in importance or rank
a major artist.
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Concentration

(chemistry) The amount of solute in a solution measured in suitable units (e.g., parts per million (ppm))
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Major

Great in scope or effect
a major improvement.
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Concentration

The matching game pelmanism.
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Major

Great in number, size, or extent
the major portion of the population.
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Concentration

The act or process of concentrating; the process of becoming concentrated, or the state of being concentrated; concentration.
Concentration of the lunar beams.
Intense concetration of thought.
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Major

Requiring great attention or concern; very serious
a major illness.
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Concentration

The act or process of reducing the volume of a liquid, as by evaporation.
The acid acquires a higher degree of concentration.
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Major

(Law) Legally recognized as having reached the age of adulthood.
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Concentration

The act or process of removing the dress of ore and of reducing the valuable part to smaller compass, as by currents of air or water.
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Major

Of or relating to the field of academic study in which a student specializes.
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Concentration

the strength of a solution; number of molecules of a substance in a given volume (expressed as moles/cubic meter)
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Major

Designating a scale or mode having half steps between the third and fourth and the seventh and eighth degrees.
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Concentration

the spatial property of being crowded together
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Major

Equivalent to the distance between the tonic note and the second or third or sixth or seventh degrees of a major scale or mode
a major interval.
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Concentration

strengthening the concentration (as of a solute in a mixture) by removing extraneous material
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Major

Based on a major scale
a major key.
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Concentration

increase in density
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Major

A commissioned rank in the US Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps that is above captain and below lieutenant colonel.
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Concentration

complete attention; intense mental effort
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Major

One who holds this rank or a similar rank in another military organization.
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Concentration

bringing together military forces
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One that is superior in rank, importance, or ability
an oil-producing country considered as one of the majors.
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Concentration

great and constant diligence and attention
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Major

(Law) One recognized by the law as having reached the age of adulthood.
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Major

A field of study chosen as an academic specialty.
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Major

A student specializing in such studies
a linguistics major.
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Major

A major premise.
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Major

A major term.
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Major

A major scale, key, interval, or mode.
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Major

A chord containing a major third between the first and second notes and a minor third between the second and third notes.
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majors Sports The major leagues.
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To pursue academic studies in a major
majoring in mathematics.
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(attributive):
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Greater in dignity, rank, importance, significance, or interest.
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Major

Greater in number, quantity, or extent.
the major part of the assembly
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Notable or conspicuous in effect or scope.
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Prominent or significant in size, amount, or degree.
to earn some major cash
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(medicine) Involving great risk, serious, life-threatening.
to suffer from a major illness
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Of full legal age, having attained majority.
major children
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(education) Of or relating to a subject of academic study chosen as a field of specialization.
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(music):
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Having intervals of a semitone between the third and fourth, and seventh and eighth degrees.
major scale
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Major

Equivalent to that between the tonic and another note of a major scale, and greater by a semitone than the corresponding minor interval.
major third
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Major

(postpositive) of a key Based on a major scale, tending to produce a bright or joyful effect.
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(campanology) Bell changes rung on eight bells.
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Indicating the elder of two brothers, appended to a surname in public schools.
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(logic)
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Occurring as the predicate in the conclusion of a categorical syllogism.
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Containing the major term in a categorical syllogism.
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(military ranks) A rank of officer in the army and the US air force, between captain and lieutenant colonel.
He used to be a major in the army.
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Major

An officer in charge of a section of band instruments, used with a modifier.
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Major

A person of legal age.
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(music):
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ellipsis of major key.
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ellipsis of major interval.
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ellipsis of major scale.
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(campanology) A system of change-ringing using eight bells.
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A large, commercially successful company, especially a record label that is bigger than an indie.
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The principal subject or course of a student working toward a degree at a college or university.
Midway through his second year of college, he still hadn't chosen a major.
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A student at a college or university specializing on a given area of study.
She is a math major.
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(logic):
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ellipsis of major term.
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ellipsis of major premise.
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(bridge) major suit.
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(Canadian football) A touchdown, or major score.
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(Australian rules football) A goal.
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An elder brother (especially at a public school).
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(entomology) A large leaf-cutter ant that acts as a soldier, defending the nest.
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Major

(obsolete) mayor and {{en}}.
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Major

(intransitive) major in
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Major

Greater in number, quantity, or extent; as, the major part of the assembly; the major part of the revenue; the major part of the territory.
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Of greater dignity; more important.
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Of full legal age; adult.
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Greater by a semitone, either in interval or in difference of pitch from another tone.
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An officer next in rank above a captain and next below a lieutenant colonel; the lowest field officer.
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A person of full age.
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Major

That premise which contains the major term. It its the first proposition of a regular syllogism; as: No unholy person is qualified for happiness in heaven [the major]. Every man in his natural state is unholy [minor]. Therefore, no man in his natural state is qualified for happiness in heaven [conclusion or inference].
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Major

A mayor.
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Major

a commissioned military officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines; below lieutenant colonel and above captain
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Major

British statesman who was prime minister from 1990 until 1997 (born in 1943)
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a university student who is studying a particular field as the principal subject;
she is a linguistics major
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Major

the principal field of study of a student at a university;
her major is linguistics
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have as one's principal field of study;
She is majoring in linguistics
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of greater importance or stature or rank;
a major artist
a major role
major highways
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greater in scope or effect;
a major contribution
a major improvement
a major break with tradition
a major misunderstanding
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greater in number or size or amount;
a major portion (a majority) of the population
Ursa Major
a major portion of the winnings
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of the field of academic study in which one concentrates or specializes;
his major field was mathematics
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of a scale or mode;
major scales
the key of D major
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of greater seriousness or danger;
a major earthquake
a major hurricane
a major illness
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of full legal age;
major children
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of the elder of two boys with the same family name;
Jones major
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