chemical science


chemical science
noun
the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
Syn: ↑chemistry
Derivationally related forms: ↑chemic (for: ↑chemistry), ↑chemist (for: ↑chemistry), ↑chemical (for: ↑chemistry)
Members of this Topic:
acidic, ↑acid, ↑alkaline, ↑alkalic, ↑basic, ↑amphoteric, ↑amphiprotic, ↑reversible, ↑hydrophobic, ↑hydrophilic, ↑oleophilic, ↑lipophilic, ↑lipotropic, ↑critical, ↑noncritical, ↑cyclic, ↑acyclic, ↑open-chain, ↑saturated, ↑unsaturated, ↑free, ↑bound, ↑conjugate, ↑conjugated, ↑heavy, ↑light, ↑iodinating, ↑de-iodinating, ↑membered, ↑monovalent, ↑univalent, ↑polyvalent, ↑multivalent, ↑man-made, ↑semisynthetic, ↑synthetic, ↑clathrate, ↑organic, ↑inorganic, ↑technical-grade, ↑technical grade, ↑reactive, ↑unreactive, ↑inactive, ↑inert, ↑indifferent, ↑neutral, ↑rich, ↑supernatant, ↑volatile, ↑hydrous, ↑hydrated, ↑anhydrous, ↑alkylic, ↑allylic, ↑aromatic, ↑azido, ↑benzylic, ↑cacodylic, ↑carbocyclic, ↑carbolated, ↑carbonyl, ↑carbonylic, ↑carboxyl, ↑carboxylic, ↑mercuric, ↑mercurous, ↑valent, ↑polymorphous, ↑polymorphic, ↑ethereal, ↑bivalent, ↑divalent, ↑pentavalent, ↑tetravalent, ↑trivalent, ↑reversibly, ↑electronegativity, ↑negativity, ↑atomic mass, ↑atomic weight, ↑relative atomic mass, ↑molecular weight, ↑relative molecular mass, ↑valence, ↑valency, ↑pH, ↑pH scale, ↑Dalton's law, ↑Dalton's law of partial pressures, ↑law of partial pressures, ↑distribution law, ↑equilibrium law, ↑law of chemical equilibrium, ↑Henry's law, ↑law of constant proportion, ↑law of definite proportions, ↑law of equivalent proportions, ↑law of reciprocal proportions, ↑law of multiple proportions, ↑law of mass action, ↑periodic law, ↑Mendeleev's law, ↑organic chemistry, ↑atomism, ↑atomic theory, ↑atomist theory, ↑atomistic theory, ↑theory of dissociation, ↑theory of electrolytic dissociation, ↑Arrhenius theory of dissociation, ↑theory of indicators, ↑Ostwald's theory of indicators, ↑migration, ↑allomerism, ↑sublimation, ↑periodic table, ↑chain, ↑chemical chain, ↑closed chain, ↑ring, ↑long chain, ↑long-chain molecule, ↑chemist, ↑chemical phenomenon, ↑polymorphism, ↑pleomorphism, ↑dimorphism, ↑absorption, ↑soaking up, ↑association, ↑chemical process, ↑chemical change, ↑chemical action, ↑chemical reaction, ↑reaction, ↑decomposition, ↑decomposition reaction, ↑chemical decomposition reaction, ↑displacement, ↑displacement reaction, ↑dissociation, ↑electrolysis, ↑imbibition, ↑osmosis, ↑reverse osmosis, ↑rectification, ↑acid value, ↑equilibrium constant, ↑abundance, ↑stoichiometry, ↑saturation point, ↑state of matter, ↑state, ↑activity, ↑polyvalence, ↑polyvalency, ↑multivalence, ↑multivalency, ↑acceptor, ↑mixture, ↑atom, ↑monad, ↑group, ↑radical, ↑chemical group, ↑fullerene, ↑actinide series, ↑emulsion, ↑molecule, ↑catalyst, ↑accelerator, ↑sensitizer, ↑sensitiser, ↑anticatalyst, ↑buffer, ↑compound, ↑chemical compound, ↑foryml, ↑fluorocarbon, ↑indicator, ↑convert, ↑deaden, ↑alkalinize, ↑alkalinise, ↑equilibrate, ↑alchemize, ↑alchemise, ↑suspend, ↑resuspend, ↑scavenge, ↑clean, ↑include, ↑butylate, ↑iodize, ↑iodise, ↑nitrate, ↑strip, ↑decompose, ↑break up, ↑break down, ↑dissociate, ↑bate, ↑rarefy, ↑attenuate, ↑moonshine, ↑distill, ↑distil, ↑extract, ↑deoxidize, ↑deoxidise, ↑reduce, ↑crack, ↑catabolize, ↑catabolise, ↑oxidize, ↑oxidise, ↑oxidate, ↑acidify, ↑acetify, ↑alkalize, ↑alkalise, ↑alkalify, ↑basify, ↑reform, ↑polymerize, ↑polymerise, ↑copolymerize, ↑copolymerise, ↑catalyze, ↑catalyse, ↑peptize, ↑peptise, ↑resublime, ↑calcine, ↑carbonize, ↑carbonise, ↑carburize, ↑carburise, ↑transmute, ↑admix, ↑alloy, ↑solvate, ↑react, ↑build, ↑saturate, ↑purify, ↑sublimate, ↑make pure, ↑isolate, ↑preisolate, ↑ammonify, ↑thoriate, ↑coke, ↑decarboxylate, ↑denitrify, ↑detoxify, ↑detoxicate, ↑esterify, ↑etherify, ↑acetylate, ↑acetylize, ↑acetylise, ↑carboxylate, ↑saponify, ↑volatilize, ↑volatilise, ↑bind, ↑ligate, ↑desorb, ↑demineralize, ↑demineralise, ↑isomerize, ↑isomerise, ↑sequester, ↑transaminate, ↑fractionate, ↑sulfurette, ↑sulphurette, ↑absorb, ↑adsorb, ↑sorb, ↑take up, ↑carburet, ↑formulate, ↑release, ↑liberate, ↑glycerolize, ↑glycerolise, ↑deglycerolize, ↑deglycerolise, ↑inhibit
Hypernyms: ↑natural science
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