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Metal - Chemistry Glossary Definition
Metal definition, as used in chemistry, chemical engineering, and physics.
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Heavy Metal Definition in Chemistry
Updated December 02, 2014. Heavy Metal Definition: A heavy metal is a toxic metal. There is no standard definition assigning metals as heavy metals.
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metal - definition of metal by The Free Dictionary
He tried to ask them from whence the metal came, but he could not make them understand.
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Metal | Define Metal at Dictionary.com
Chang used silicon and metal because she wanted her device to be touch-friendly, yet allude to jewelry.
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chemistry - definition of chemistry by The Free Dictionary
Each was a spur to the other, and they went into chemistry deeper than did ever students before--so deep, in fact, that ere they took their sheepskins they could have ...
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Chemistry dictionary definition | chemistry defined
The definition of chemistry is a branch of science that deals with the form and properties of matter and substances or the interaction between individuals.
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Definition of complex - Chemistry Dictionary
Example of a Complex. The image shows a cobalt (III) complex (or coordination entity). The central metal ion has six ammonia molecules attached - these attached ...
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Metal Carbonyls definition of Metal Carbonyls in the Free ...
Metal Carbonyls . compounds of metals with carbon monoxide, with the general formula Me m (CO n). Nickel car-bonyl, Ni(CO) 4, was the first to be discovered (1890 ...
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Definition of reactivity - Chemistry Dictionary
Reactivity is the tendency of a substance to undergo chemical reaction, either by itself or with other materials, and to release energy. [SEMATECH]
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Salt (chemistry) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about the term as used in chemistry. For the chemistry of table salt, see Sodium chloride. For more information about table salt, see Salt.
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