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Sigma KEE - Combining
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combining
A Process where two or more SelfConnectedObjects are incorporated into a single SelfConnectedObject. Note that Combining is different from Attaching in that the former results in one of the objects being part of the other, while Attaching only results in the two objects being connected with one another. Note too that Combining is different from Putting in that one or both of the two things which are combined may or may not be moved from the location where they were combined.
Relationships      
Parents dual object process Any Process that requires two, nonidentical patients.
Children acidificationAcidification is the process of lowering soil and water pH due to acid rain or other types of acid deposition. Potential harmful effects include killing freshwater fish and plants.
 aeratingCombining a substance with Air.
 chemical synthesisThe Class of ChemicalProcesses in which a CompoundSubstance is formed from simpler reactants.
 salinationSalination is the class of processes in which either Freshwater or Topsoil becomes imbued with SodiumChloride from sea water or from the evaporation of irrigation water.
 stirringAny instance of LiquidMotion which is also an instance of Combining two or more Liquids.


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