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{i} kimya

O kendini kimya çalışmasına adadı. - He devoted himself to the study of chemistry.

Radyoaktivite, kimyasal bir terimdir. - 'Radioactivity' is a chemistry term.

inorganic chemistry inorganik kimya
(Tıp) kemistri

Onların iyi kimyası vardı. - They had good chemistry.

analytical chemistry analitik kimya
(Tıp) biochem Kimya
{i} madde yapısı
Kişiler arasındaki uyum
{i} doğal etkileme
{i} yapı

Tom kimyada ihtisas yapıyor. - Tom is majoring in chemistry.

Kimya öğrenimi yapıyor musun? - Do you study chemistry?

(Tıp) simi
kimya bilimi
chemistry department
kimya bölümü
chemistry lab
kimya laboratuarı
chemistry laboratory
kimya laboratuarı
chemistry of sugar
şeker kimyası
chemistry of life
hayatın kimyası
chemistry major
asıl branşı kimya olan öğrenci
chemistry model
(Meteoroloji) kimya modeli
environmental chemistry
(Çevre,Kimya) çevre kimyası
excited state chemistry
uyarılmış hal kimyası
pharmaceutical chemistry
farmasötik kimya
quantum chemistry
kuantum kimyası
teacher of chemistry
theoretical chemistry
kuramsal kimya
agricultural chemistry
tarım kimyası
analytical chemistry
çözümsel kimya
analytical chemistry
analitik kimya
applied chemistry
uygulamalı kimya
colloidal chemistry
koloit kimyası
colour chemistry
renk kimyası
coordination chemistry
koordinasyon kimyası
department of chemistry
kimya bölümü
experimental chemistry
deneysel kimya
gold chemistry
altın kimyası
industrial chemistry
endüstriyel kimya
inorganic chemistry
inorganik kimya
inorganic chemistry
anorganik kimya
metallurgical chemistry
metalurjik kimyası
nuclear chemistry
nükleer kimya
organic chemistry
organik kimya
physical chemistry
vücut kimyası
physical chemistry
fiziksel kimya
plant chemistry
bitki kimyası
radiation chemistry
radyasyon kimyası
[3: chemical basis for life ]
[3: ] Hayatı için kimyasal olarak
bachelor of science in chemistry
kimya bilim lisans
bichromate, dichromate (chemistry)
bikromat, dikromat (kimya)
blood chemistry
kanın yapısı
equivalent proportion (chemistry)
eşdeğer oranda (kimya)
experiment in chemistry
kimya deneyi
expert in chemistry; pharmacist
kimya dalında uzman; eczacı
fermentability (chemistry)
fermente (kimya)
oxine (chemistry)
oxine (kimya)
practical chemistry
pratik kimya
quantum chemistry
kuvantum kimyası
violanthrone (chemistry)
violanthrone (kimya)
agricultural chemistry
tarımsal kimya
combustion chemistry
yanma kimyası
coordination chemistry
(Kimya) düzenleşim kimyası
fuel chemistry
(Nükleer Bilimler) yakıt kimyası
mental chemistry
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) zihinsel kimya
ocean organic chemistry
(Askeri) okyanus organik kimyası
radiation chemistry
(Nükleer Bilimler) radyasyon kimyası,ışınım kimyası
science of chemistry
solid state chemistry
katı durum kimyası
technical chemistry
teknik kimya
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The mutual attraction between two people; rapport
An application of chemical theory and method to a particular substance

the chemistry of indigo.

The branch of natural science that deals with the composition and constitution of substances and the changes that they undergo as a consequence of alterations in the constitution of their molecules
{n} modern and false orthogrophy, the science thich teaches the properties of bodies by decomposition and combination
The chemistry of an organism or a material is the chemical substances that make it up and the chemical reactions that go on inside it. We have literally altered the chemistry of our planet's atmosphere If the supply of vitamins and minerals in the diet is inadequate, this will result in changes in body chemistry
[3: chemical basis for life ]
A treatise on chemistry
Everglades Florida Plants Herbs Scientific Journals Young Readers
If you say that there is chemistry between two people, you mean that is obvious they are attracted to each other or like each other very much. the extraordinary chemistry between Ingrid and Bogart. Science that deals with the properties, composition, and structure of substances (elements and compounds), the reactions and transformations they undergo, and the energy released or absorbed during those processes. Often called the "central science," chemistry is concerned with atoms as building blocks (rather than with the subatomic domain; see nuclear physics, quantum mechanics), with everything in the material world, and with all living things. Branches of chemistry include inorganic (see inorganic compound), organic (see organic compound), physical, and analytical (see analysis) chemistry; biochemistry; electrochemistry; and geochemistry. Chemical engineering (applied chemistry) uses the theoretical and experimental information obtained in chemistry to build chemical plants and make useful products
See Atom, Molecule
These atoms are not assumed to be indivisible, but merely the finest grade of subdivision hitherto attained
The study of matter and its transformations See What is chemistry? for other definitions
the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions 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
The study of the composition, structure, and other properties of substances and the transformations that they experience
the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
The science which studies matter and how it changes
scientific study of the composition, structure, and properties of substances and the changes they undergo
The branch of science that deals with the composition and constitution of substances and the changes that they undergo as a consequence of alterations in the constitution of their molecules
Chemical characteristics of surface water, particularly acidity and content of nutrients
Chemical Acronym Database glossary menu
That branch of science which treats of the composition of substances, and of the changes which they undergo in consequence of alterations in the constitution of the molecules, which depend upon variations of the number, kind, or mode of arrangement, of the constituent atoms
[kemistry] is from the Arabic kimia, whence al-kimia (the occult art), from kamai (to conceal) Inorganic chemistry is that branch of chemistry which is limited to metallic and non-metallic substances, which are not organised bodies Organic chemistry is devoted to organised bodies and their elements
Waste is heated above its ignition temperature in the presence of fuel and air to provide for complete combustion Time is allowed for the combustion reactions to proceed far enough to satisfy legal emission requirements
1: a science that deals with the composition, structure, and properties of substances and with the transformations that they undergo 2 a: the composition and chemical properties of a substance <the ~ of iron> b: chemical processes and phenomena (as of an organism) <blood ~> 3: a strong mutual attraction, attachment, or sympathy <they have a special ~>
a generic term used to refer to chemicals used in a darkroom
Once the goals for green products have been defined in terms of environmental test procedures and regulations, the next step is to understand the contribution that chemistry makes to toxicity
The study of substances What they are made of and how they work It is divided into three main branches -- physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry and organic chemistry
Chemistry is the scientific study of the structure of substances and of the way that they react with other substances
Relating to or using chemistry
An application of chemical theory and method to the consideration of some particular subject; as, the chemistry of iron; the chemistry of indigo
the scientific study of composition, structure, properties, and interaction of chemicals
Chemistry deals with the changes in the composition and constitution of molecules
The study of the elements, the compounds they form, and the reactions they undergo Chemists try to discover new, useful compounds They do their work by using the results of experiments to prove their theories
The study of the elements, the compounds they form, and the reactions they undergo
"Chemistry? Yeah chemistry" is a line from Guys and Dolls A few friends and I have been trying to get it instituted as a Chelsea running gag, but without much luck
{i} study of the elements and compounds that can be made from them; emotional connection between people, suitability
A highly-scientific term describing the study of "stuff "
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"
In photography and platemaking, a term that describes the composition of processing solutions
chemistry class
students taking a course in chemistry together
chemistry department
the academic department responsible for teaching and research in chemistry
chemistry lab
a laboratory for research in chemistry
chemistry set
a box containing equipment for children to do simple chemistry at home
chemistry teacher
one who teaches chemistry (science dealing with the composition and properties of substances and the transformations that they undergo)
bucket chemistry
Any chemical process or technique that is relatively low-tech, and does not require specialist equipment or skills, or precise measurement or control

There are certain manufacturing methods that do not require traditional chemical apparatuses. Bucket chemistry is an appropriate term, because these reactions can literally take place in a plastic bucket.

click chemistry
A philosophy of chemistry in which substances are generated quickly and reliably by joining small modular units together, as in nature
clinical chemistry
Branch of pathology concerned with the chemical analysis of bodily fluids etc
combinatorial chemistry
the synthesis of a large number of structurally related compounds, especially in the pharmaceutical industry in an attempt to produce improved drugs
computational chemistry
The use of computation to predict the structure, properties and reactions of molecules
coordination chemistry
the chemistry of coordination compounds
inorganic chemistry
The chemistry of the elements (including carbon), and those compounds that do not contain carbon
isotopic chemistry
The study of the effects of isotopic substitution on chemical compounds, especially on the kinetics of their reactions
medicinal chemistry
the application of chemical research techniques to the synthesis of pharmaceuticals
membrane mimetic chemistry
the study of processes and reactions whose developments have been inspired by the biological membrane
nuclear chemistry
The application of chemical techniques to the solution of problems in nuclear physics, including the discovery of naturally occurring and synthetic radioactive elements and the results of nuclear fission
organic chemistry
The chemistry of carbon-containing compounds, especially those that occur naturally in living organisms
organometallic chemistry
the chemistry of organometallic compounds; their preparation, structure and reactions
physical chemistry
The science that uses theories and techniques from physics to study chemical systems
quantum chemistry
the application of quantum mechanics to chemical problems
radiation chemistry
the study of the chemical changes that result from the absorption of ionizing radiation
soil chemistry
The branch of soil science that deals with the chemical properties, constituents and reactions within soils
wet chemistry
Any of the traditional methods and techniques of chemistry, especially those of analytical chemistry that use gravimetric analysis or volumetric analysis rather than spectroscopy
Bachelor of Chemistry
one who holds a bachelor's degree in chemistry, B.C
abc of chemistry
fundamentals basics of chemistry
analytical chemistry
{i} field of chemistry that deals with the qualitative and quantitative of compounds and mixture in substances
anorganic chemistry
branch of chemistry dealing with non-organic substances
applied chemistry
theory of chemistry used in application
plural of chemistry
inorganic chemistry
branch of chemistry dealing with organic molecules
inorganic chemistry
the part of chemistry concerning the study of substances that do not contain carbon organic chemistry
inorganic chemistry
the chemistry of compounds that do not contain hydrocarbon radicals
organic chemistry
The chemistry of carbon compounds. the study of substances containing carbon inorganic chemistry
organic chemistry
part of chemistry which deals with compounds whose sources are plants and wild-life
organic chemistry
the chemistry of compounds containing carbon (originally defined as the chemistry of substances produced by living organisms but now extended to substances synthesized artificially)
physical chemistry
study of the physical properties of chemicals
physical chemistry
Scientific analysis of the properties and behavior of chemical systems primarily by physical theory and technique, as, for example, the thermodynamic analysis of macroscopic chemical phenomena. Branch of chemistry concerned with interactions and transformations of materials. Unlike other branches, it deals with the principles of physics underlying all chemical interactions (e.g., gas laws), seeking to measure, correlate, and explain the quantitative aspects of reactions. Quantum mechanics has clarified much for physical chemistry by modeling the smallest particles ordinarily dealt with in the field, atoms and molecules, enabling theoretical chemists to use computers and sophisticated mathematical techniques to understand the chemical behaviour of matter. Chemical thermodynamics deals with the relationship between heat and other forms of chemical energy, kinetics with chemical reaction rates. Subdisciplines of physical chemistry include electrochemistry, photochemistry (see photochemical reaction), surface chemistry, and catalysis
physical chemistry
the branch of chemistry dealing with the physical properties of chemical substances
practical chemistry
applied chemistry, use of chemistry for practical purposes
there was chemistry between them
there were attracted to one other, they had an immediate mutual understanding
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Определение chemistry в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

kimya fakültesi department of chemistry
(in a university)

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    /ˈkeməstrē/ /ˈkɛməstriː/


    [ ke-m&-strE ] (noun.) 1646. First coined 1605. From chemist, chymist, from Latin alchimista, from Arabic الكيمياء (al-kīmiya’), from article ال- (al-) + Ancient Greek χυμεία (khumeia, “art of alloying metals”), from χύμα (khuma, “fluid”), from χυμός (khumos, “juice”), from χέω (kheō, “I pour”).


    ... instead stumbles upon chemistry that can bring sudden death. ...
    ... everything that is coming out of that particular chemistry set. ...

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