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chemistry



noun
1. the science of matter;
the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions (Freq. 5)
Syn:
chemical science
Derivationally related forms:
chemic, chemist, chemical
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
Hyponyms:
immunochemistry, chemoimmunology, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry,
electrochemistry, femtochemistry, geochemistry, photochemistry, radiochemistry, nuclear chemistry,
surface chemistry, thermochemistry
2. the chemical composition and properties of a substance or object
- the chemistry of soil
Hypernyms:
substance
3. the way two individuals relate to each other
- their chemistry was wrong from the beginning -- they hated each other
- a mysterious alchemy brought them together
Syn:
interpersonal chemistry, alchemy
Hypernyms:
social relation

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