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Noun
/ˈkeməstrē/,
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chemistries, plural;
  1. The branch of science that deals with the identification of the substances of which matter is composed; the investigation of their properties and the ways in which they interact, combine, and change; and the use of these processes to form new substances

  2. The chemical composition and properties of a substance or body
    • - the chemistry of soil
  3. A complex entity or process
    • - the chemistry of politics
  4. The emotional or psychological interaction between two people, esp. when experienced as a powerful mutual attraction
    • - their affair was triggered by intense sexual chemistry

  1. the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
  2. the chemical composition and properties of a substance or object; "the chemistry of soil"
  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"
  4. (chemical) relating to or used in chemistry; "chemical engineer"; "chemical balance"
  5. (chemical) material produced by or used in a reaction involving changes in atoms or molecules
  6. (chemist) a scientist who specializes in chemistry
  7. Chemistry (the etymology of the word has been much disputed) is the science of matter and the changes it undergoes. ...
  8. Chemistry is a 2009 Malayalam film by Viji Thampi based on a true-life story about a high school student.
  9. Alcazarized is Alcazar's second album. It was released in Scandinavian, European and Japanese editions, each with a slightly different track listing. The track listings below are for the Scandinavian and European editions.
  10. Chemistry is a 2005 collaboration album by Buckshot of the Boot Camp Clik and 9th Wonder of Little Brother. 9th provides all the production on the release, leaving the rapping to Buckshot, with guest appearances from members of the Boot Camp Clik and the Justus League. ...
  11. In the history of science, the etymology of the word chemistry is a debatable issue. It is agreed that the word “alchemy” is a European one, derived from Arabic, but the origin of the root word, chem, is uncertain. ...
  12. Chemistry is the third studio album by British all-female pop group Girls Aloud. It was released in the United Kingdom on 5 December 2005 by Polydor Records. After the success of What Will the Neighbours Say? ...
  13. (chemical) In science, chemicals are elementary substances such as oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, etc. In the context of home composting, however, the word "chemical" is often used to describe a philosophy considered to be in opposition to the organic philosophy. ...
  14. (Chemical) Water quality is assessed by measuring a variety of chemical substances (as well as biological and physical characteristics). All matter is composed of chemicals - even water (the familiar H2O). Most of the chemicals in water such as calcium, sodium and bicarbonate are natural.
  15. (Chemical) A substance formed by altering the molecular structure of an element or by combining two or more elements to form a new substance.
  16. (Chemical) A substance that: 1) An organic chemist turns into a foul odor; 2) an analytical chemist turns into a procedure; 3) a physical chemist turns into a straight line; 4) a biochemist turns into a helix; 5) a chemical engineer turns into a profit.
  17. (Chemical) A substance used in conjunction with, or associated with, a land use activity or a particular entity, and with the potential to adversely affect water quality.
  18. (Chemical) Any substance that can change when joined or mixed with another.
  19. (Chemical) As well as dead organic matter, the earthworm also ingests any other soil particles that are small enough—including stones up to 1/20 of an inch (1.25mm) across—into its gizzard wherein minute fragments of grit grind everything into a fine paste which is then digested in the stomach. ...
  20. (Chemical) Cutting fluid containing no mineral oil. Used with water.
  21. (Chemical) Everything you see and touch except for light and electricity.
  22. (Chemical) Involves the application of one or other of an already wide but ever-increasing range of chemicals, some of which cause the death of many species of weeds and also useful plants. ...
  23. (Chemical) Metals can usually be oxidized easily. They can react with an acid in a single displacement reaction and the result would be hydrogen gas. Sodium and calcium can react with water to make a base. ...
  24. (Chemical) Most gardeners today use the term to mean synthetically derived materials, often with the implication that they are less safe to use than naturally derived pesticides and fertilizers. The truth is that they are all chemicals. ...
  25. (Chemical) Most substances in the universe.