cemegol, gemegol, chemegol, nghemegolcemegyn, gemegyn, chemegyn, nghemegyn
Noun(1) material produced by or used in a reaction involving changes in atoms or molecules
Adjective(1) relating to or used in chemistry(2) of or made from or using substances produced by or used in reactions involving atomic or molecular changes
(1) Explosives are substances that produce violent chemical or nuclear reactions.(2) Motives for merger, acquisition and divestiture activity in the water treatment chemical industry are varied.(3) They'd proposed a system of shed inspections and post-harvest chemical treatment, to ensure the disease couldn't spread interstate.(4) It has been alleged in the course of the raids that chemical weapons and napalm bombs were also used.(5) Unlike biological and chemical weapons, however, they affect humans indirectly rather than directly.(6) Aside from the nuclear variety of WMD, biological and chemical weapons pose serious dangers.(7) It may also be in part caused by vigorous chemical interaction between the silicate mantle and the iron core.(8) Quite apart from this, artificial fluoride is a toxic chemical which we neither need nor want in our public water supplies.(9) chemical change(10) Water treatment chemical suppliers are becoming more global, especially European ones who moved into the United States.(11) He appears to be motivated to confront his problems and is willing to participate in all forms of recommended treatment, including chemical castration.(12) The war that followed saw them employing chemical weapons and both sides firing ballistic missiles at major cities.(13) In fairness, any radiation that can ionize an atom can affect chemical changes in a substance.(14) We know that he's rushing hard to try to get a nuclear capability, that he is building biological and chemical weapons and has missiles with which to deliver those.(15) Now, let us examine the chemical composition of lipids.(16) They have every incentive to cooperate with us because these are people who are promising to, you know, detonate dirty bombs or chemical weapons and the like in Europe.
(1) chemical engineering :: Peirianneg Gemegol
(2) chemical engineer :: peiriannydd cemegol
(3) chemical reaction :: adwaith cemegol
(4) chemical composition :: cyfansoddiad cemegol
(5) chemical bond :: bond cemegol
(6) chemical industry :: diwydiant cemegol
(7) chemical compound :: cyfansoddyn cemegol
(8) chemical change :: newid cemegol
(9) chemical analysis :: dadansoddi cemegol
(10) chemical plant :: planhigion cemegol
1. chemic ::
2. chemical substance ::
chemical, chemically, chemicals
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We used a different CHEMICAL
process, but it is every bit as pure.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 1
Chemical bonds are what
make matter matter.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 7
I was trying to suggest
CHEMICAL castration, but...
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 23
is the power to transmute
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 3
...and woke up with second degree
CHEMICAL burns on my face.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 1
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