Identical may refer to:
- Identity (disambiguation), sameness
- Identical (novel), a 2008 young adult novel
- Identical particles, particles that cannot be distinguished from one another
- Identical twins, two offspring resulting from the same pregnancy in which a single egg is fertilized
Other articles related to "identical":
... conductors, unequal radii Equilateral triangle, identical circular conductors Square, identical circular conductors Pentagon, identical circular conductors Hexagon, identical ...
... O-290-1 Identical to the O-290-B O-290-3 Identical to the O-290-C O-290-11 Identical to the O-290-D ...
... The one in celery was 98% identical to the Australian nucleotide sequences ... in naturally infected poison hemlock was only 91% identical to the sequences from Australia ... The later turned out to be 98% identical to the North American isolates found in Florida and California ...
... The L-section is identical topology to the potential divider topology ... The T-section is identical topology to the Y topology ... The Π-section is identical topology to the Δ topology ...
... Of note, the species form is identical to the common creosote bush, small, minor and hemispherical when flowering, the yellow flowers are identical in color ... The green coloration of the two plants is also nearly identical ...
Famous quotes containing the word identical:
“Suppose you go to war, you cannot fight always; and when, after much loss on both sides, and no gain on either, you cease fighting, the identical old questions, as to terms of intercourse, are again upon you.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)
“It is hard to believe that England is so near as from your letters it appears; and that this identical piece of paper has lately come all the way from there hither, begrimed with the English dust which made you hesitate to use it; from England, which is only historical fairyland to me, to America, which I have put my spade into, and about which there is no doubt.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“The universal social pressure upon women to be all alike, and do all the same things, and to be content with identical restrictions, has resulted not only in terrible suffering in the lives of exceptional women, but also in the loss of unmeasured feminine values in special gifts. The Drama of the Woman of Genius has too often been a tragedy of misshapen and perverted power.”
—Anna Garlin Spencer (18511931)