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Superposition may refer to:
- Superposition principle in physics, mathematics, and engineering, describes the overlapping of waves. Particular applications include:
- Superposition calculus, used in logic for equational first-order reasoning
- Law of superposition in geology and archaeology, which states that sedimentary layers are deposited in a time sequence, with the oldest on the bottom and the youngest on the top
- In chemistry, a property of two structures that have the same chirality
- Superposition (EP), 2002 album by the band Kling Klang
- Superposition (art installation), an art installation programme commissioned by the Institute of Physics
- In music theory, "reaching over," see Schenkerian analysis#Lines between voices, reaching over
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