Fraction may also mean:

  • Fraction (mathematics), one of more equal parts of something, e.g. three out of four equal quarters, written as 3/4
  • Algebraic fraction, an indicated division in which the divisor, or both dividend and divisor, are algebraic expressions
  • Fraction (chemistry), a quantity of a substance collected by the separation process known as fractionation
  • Fraction (religion), the ceremonial act of breaking the bread during Christian Communion
  • Fraction (politics), a parliamentary party
  • Fraction (comics), a short-lived comic about the theft of a powersuit
  • Fractional (ownership), a reference to property timeshare
  • Matt Fraction, a comic book author
  • Promazine, an antipsychotic medication known by the trade name Fraction
  • Fraction Fever, a 1983 educational video game

Other articles related to "fraction":

S9 Fraction
... The S9 fraction is the product of an organ tissue homogenate used in biological assays ... The S9 fraction is most frequently used in assays that measure the metabolism of drugs and other xenobiotics ... National Library of Medicine's "IUPAC Glossary of Terms Used in Toxicology" as the "Supernatant fraction obtained from an organ (usually liver) homogenate by centrifuging ...

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