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Neutral and neutrality may mean the following: It derives from the Latin neuter, "neither one, nor the other".

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Mathematics and natural science[edit]

  • Neutral element, a special type of element in mathematics with respect to a binary operation on a set, such that if that binary operation is applied to any element in that set, that element is left unchanged. Also known as the "identity element".
  • Neutral solution, a chemical solution which is neither acidic nor basic.
  • Neutral particle, a particle without electrical charge.
  • Neutral vector, a multivariate random variable that exhibits a particular type of statistical independence (Dirichlet distribution).
  • Neutral organisms, in ecology, obey the unified neutral theory of biodiversity.

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