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Residue may refer to:
- Residue (chemistry), material remaining after a distillation or an evaporation, or portion of a larger molecule
- In particular, in biology, often refers specifically to an amino acid
- Residue (law), portion of the testator's estate that is not specifically devised to someone in the will
- Residue (complex analysis), complex number describing the behavior of line integrals of a meromorphic function around a singularity
- Residue (partial fraction decomposition), the numerator of the expanded terms
- Crop residue, materials left after agricultural processes
- A variant title of a British folk song also known as Levy-Dew and New Year Carol.
Residue may also be:
- The remainder in modular arithmetic
- The heavier fractions of crude oil that fail to vaporize in an oil refinery
- residual value
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