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Complementarity may refer to:
- Complementary angles, in geometry
- Self-complementary graph, in graph theory
- Complementarity theory, a concept related to optimization (mathematics)
- Complementarity (molecular biology), a property of nucleic acid molecules in molecular biology
- Complementarity (physics), a basic principle of quantum theory
- Quark–lepton complementarity, in models from grand unified theory
- Complementarity (International Criminal Court), the principle that the ICC is intended as a court of last resort, investigating and prosecuting only where national courts have failed
- Complementarianism, a social theory of the complementarity of sexes. See interpersonal compatibility, the idea in social psychology that people seek others with characteristics that are different from and complement their own.
- Complementary good, economics term
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