Some articles on chemical:
... A phase is a form of matter that is homogeneous in chemical composition and physical state ... since the phases are in thermodynamic equilibrium with each other, the chemical potentials of the phases must be equal ... For example, if the chemical potentials of a liquid and of its vapour depend on temperature (T) and pressure (p), the equality of chemical potentials will mean that each of those variables will be dependent on the ...
... One of the focuses of the Chemical Weapons Convention was to assign responsibility for the destruction of old chemical weapons in China ... Convention was signed in 1993 and according to it, all chemical weapons created after 1925 must be destroyed by the originating-country ... the convention, Japan is building a factory in China to destroy chemical weapons ...
... in 1906 in Vicenza, where are based the Italian fine-chemical and pharma plants ... pharmaceutical business accounts for 84 % and the chemical business for the remaining 16% ...
... Nichols had formed several companies and was recognized as a force in America’s fledgling chemical industry ... Nichols’s vision of a bigger, better chemical company took off when he teamed up with investor Eugene Meyer in 1920 ... Nichols and Meyer combined five smaller chemical companies to create the Allied Chemical Dye Company, which later became Allied Chemical Corp ...
... the outermost shells, resulting in trends in chemical behavior ... Most of the chemistry has been observed only for the first three members of the group chemical properties of both actinium and especially lawrencium are not well-characterized ...
More definitions of "chemical":
- (adj): Of or made from or using substances produced by or used in reactions involving atomic or molecular changes.
Example: "Chemical fertilizer"
- (adj): Relating to or used in chemistry.
Example: "Chemical engineer"; "chemical balance"
Famous quotes containing the word chemical:
“If Thought is capable of being classed with Electricity, or Will with chemical affinity, as a mode of motion, it seems necessary to fall at once under the second law of thermodynamics as one of the energies which most easily degrades itself, and, if not carefully guarded, returns bodily to the cheaper form called Heat. Of all possible theories, this is likely to prove the most fatal to Professors of History.”
—Henry Brooks Adams (18381918)
“We are close to dead. There are faces and bodies like gorged maggots on the dance floor, on the highway, in the city, in the stadium; they are a host of chemical machines who swallow the product of chemical factories, aspirin, preservatives, stimulant, relaxant, and breathe out their chemical wastes into a polluted air. The sense of a long last night over civilization is back again.”
—Norman Mailer (b. 1923)
“Ants are so much like human beings as to be an embarrassment. They farm fungi, raise aphids as livestock, launch armies into war, use chemical sprays to alarm and confuse enemies, capture slaves, engage in child labor, exchange information ceaselessly. They do everything but watch television.”
—Lewis Thomas (b. 1913)