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*  Laboratory
Chemical laboratory in Mahidol University International College since 2009 Early 2000s style of counter in Chemical Laboratory ... One distinctive feature of work in Open Labs is phenomena of translation, driven by the different backgrounds and levels of ... Chemical laboratories laboratory glassware such as the beaker or reagent bottle Analytical devices as HPLC or ... Cargo cult science Chemical accident Contamination control Controlled lab reactor Environmental health Fume hood Hackspace ISO/ ...
*  History of cancer chemotherapy
Excited, he spent months of testing to try to explain this phenomenon. He was disappointed to find that the cause was an ... The beginnings of the modern era of cancer chemotherapy can be traced directly to the German introduction of chemical warfare ... These concerns led to the discovery of nitrogen mustard, a chemical warfare agent, as an effective treatment for cancer. Two ... "WAR GASES TRIED IN CANCER THERAPY: Army Branch Joins Research Groups in Study of Using Nitrogen Blister Chemicals". New York ...
*  Sonoelectrochemistry
Sonochemistry Sonication Ultrasonics Moriguchi, N. (1934)."The influence of supersonic waves on chemical phenomena. III-the ... hydrodynamics in an electrochemical cell was greatly increased in the presence of ultrasound and described this phenomenon as ...
*  Mole (unit)
Helm, Georg (1897). "The Principles of Mathematical Chemistry: The Energetics of Chemical Phenomena". transl. by Livingston, J ... For example, the chemical equation 2 H2 + O2 → 2 H2O implies that 2 mol dihydrogen (H2) and 1 mol dioxygen (O2) react to form 2 ... However, most chemical literature traditionally uses mol/dm3, or mol dm−3, which is the same as mol/L. These traditional units ... However the chemical convenience of having oxygen as the primary atomic mass standard became ever more evident with advances in ...
*  Mathematical chemistry
The Principles of Mathematical Chemistry: The Energetics of Chemical Phenomena. translated by J. Livingston R. Morgan. New York ... Georg Helm published a treatise titled "The Principles of Mathematical Chemistry: The Energetics of Chemical Phenomena" in 1894 ... it concerns itself principally with the mathematical modeling of chemical phenomena. Mathematical chemistry has also sometimes ... Chemical Applications of Topology and Graph Theory, ed. by R. B. King, Elsevier, 1983. Topological approach to the chemistry of ...
*  Quantum chemistry
... quantum chemists investigate chemical phenomena. In reactions, quantum chemistry studies the ground state of individual atoms ... and thus to the phenomenon of the chemical bond. In the following years much progress was accomplished by Edward Teller, Robert ... The concept of chemical bond distorts when the aromatic compounds are considered, then you need to apply resonance ideas and ... Many quantum chemical studies assume the nuclei are at rest (Born-Oppenheimer approximation). Many calculations involve ...
*  S. Francis Boys
Boys, S.; Cook, G. (1960). "Mathematical Problems in the Complete Quantum Predictions of Chemical Phenomena". Reviews of Modern ...
*  David Boswell Reid
Reid, David Boswell (1836, digitized 2007). Rudiments of chemistry: with illustrations of the chemical phenomena of .. William ... with illustrations of the chemical phenomena of daily life (1836) Elements of Chemistry (1837) Textbook for Students of ...
*  Outline of chemistry
Chemical kinetics - study of rates of chemical processes. Chemical physics - investigates physicochemical phenomena using ... History of chemical kinetics - history of the study of rates of chemical processes. History of chemical thermodynamics - ... Biochemistry - study of the chemicals, chemical reactions and chemical interactions that take place in living organisms. ... Mechanochemistry - coupling of mechanical and chemical phenomena on a molecular scale and can be seen as a coupling of ...
*  Outline of natural science
... and particulate phenomena in chemical systems in terms of physical laws and concepts. Chemical kinetics - the study of rates of ... Chemical oceanography - study of the behavior of the chemical elements within the Earth's oceans. Chemical physics - branch of ... History of chemical kinetics - history of the study of rates of chemical processes. History of chemical thermodynamics - ... coupling of the mechanical and the chemical phenomena on a molecular scale and includes mechanical breakage, chemical behaviour ...
*  Thermogravimetric analysis
... as well as chemical phenomena including chemisorptions, thermal decomposition, and solid-gas reactions (e.g., oxidation or ... This phenomenon arises from a rapid temperature change. When the weight and temperature are plotted versus time, a dramatic ... This measurement provides information about physical phenomena, such as phase transitions, absorption and desorption; ...
*  Electromagnetism
The electromagnetic force is also involved in all forms of chemical phenomena. A necessary part of understanding the intra- ... Electromagnetic phenomena are defined in terms of the electromagnetic force, sometimes called the Lorentz force, which includes ... At the time of discovery, Ørsted did not suggest any satisfactory explanation of the phenomenon, nor did he try to represent ... However, there are many observed nonlinear physical electromagnetic phenomena such as Aharonov-Bohm (AB) and Altshuler-Aronov- ...
*  Synchrotron light source
Ambient pressure XPS (AP-XPS) can be used to measure chemical phenomena under simulated catalytic or liquid conditions. Using ... to nano-scale phenomena which are inaccessible to most other characterization tools. In operando measurements are designed to ... "Chemical imaging of catalytic solids with synchrotron radiation", Chem. Soc. Rev. 39 (2010) p. 4656-4672 "Miniature synchrotron ... reveals information about the chemical state and local symmetry of that element. At incident beam energies which are much ...
*  Philosophy of science
For example, can all chemical phenomena be explained by quantum mechanics or is it not possible to reduce chemistry to physics ... It says that a successful scientific explanation must deduce the occurrence of the phenomena in question from a scientific law ... Others have argued that the key to a good explanation is unifying disparate phenomena or providing a causal mechanism. Although ... That is, one does not make an observation passively, but rather is actively engaged in distinguishing the phenomenon being ...
*  Decipherment
Throughout science the term decipherment is synonymous with the understanding of biological and chemical phenomena. In many ...
*  Hydrogen sulfide
"The chemical suicide phenomenon". Firerescue1.com. 2011-02-07. Retrieved 2013-12-19. Iowa State University Extension (May 2004 ... International Chemical Safety Card 0165 Concise International Chemical Assessment Document 53 National Pollutant Inventory - ... Patnaik, Pradyot (2002). Handbook of Inorganic Chemicals. McGraw-Hill. ISBN 0-07-049439-8. Zumdahl, Steven S. (2009). Chemical ... Hydrogen sulfide was used by the British Army as a chemical weapon during World War I. It was not considered to be an ideal war ...
*  Linus Pauling
He later wrote: "I was simply entranced by chemical phenomena, by the reactions in which substances, often with strikingly ... His work on chemical bonding marks him as one of the founders of modern quantum chemistry. The Nature of the Chemical Bond was ... 1987 Award in Chemical Education, American Chemical Society. 1989 Vannevar Bush Award, National Science Board. 1990 Richard C. ... The name "resonance" was later applied to this phenomenon. In a sense, this phenomenon resembles those of hybridization and ...
*  Chemical bonding model
Modern computational chemistry applies components of bonding models to simulate various chemical phenomenon associated with ... Chemical bonding models are theoretical models used to explain atomic bonding structure, molecular geometry, properties, and ... Building on this article, Pauling's 1939 textbook: On the Nature of the Chemical Bond would become what some have called the ... Frenking, G.; Krapp, A. (2007). "Unicorns in the world of chemical bonding models". J. Comput. Chem. 28: 15-24. doi:10.1002/jcc ...
*  Theoretical chemistry
In the most general sense, it is explanation of chemical phenomena by methods of theoretical physics. In contrast to ... Theoretical chemical kinetics Theoretical study of the dynamical systems associated to reactive chemicals, the activated ... Modern theoretical chemistry may be roughly divided into the study of chemical structure and the study of chemical dynamics. ... Quantum chemistry The application of quantum mechanics or fundamental interactions to chemical and physico-chemical problems. ...
*  MADNESS
"Accurate Numerical Simulations Of Chemical Phenomena Involved in Energy Production and Storage with MADNESS and MPQC". " ... Fosso-Tande, Jacob; Harrison, Robert (2013). "Implicit solvation models in a multiresolution multiwavelet basis". Chemical ... The Journal of Chemical Physics. 121 (7): 2866-2876. Bibcode:2004JChPh.121.2866Y. doi:10.1063/1.1768161. Sekino, Hideo; Maeda, ... Chemical Physics. 402 (0): 29-40. arXiv:1108.3475 . Bibcode:2012CP....402...29N. doi:10.1016/j.chemphys.2012.03.024. Bischoff, ...
*  Phase inversion (chemistry)
Phase inversion is a chemical phenomenon exploited in the fabrication of artificial membranes. It is performed by removing the ... Chemical Engineering Journal. 253: 165-173. doi:10.1016/j.cej.2014.04.075. ...
*  That Hideous Strength
He views emotions and values as mere chemical phenomena to be ignored as distractions from scientific inquiry. He is ... program of training intended to cultivate absolute objectivity by relegating emotion to the status of a chemical phenomenon. He ...
*  Spin engineering
... the fundamental quantum properties of elementary particles it is relevant for a large range of physical and chemical phenomena ... Many chemical reactions are devised to create bulk materials or single molecules with well defined spin properties, such as a ... This includes the use of the spin degrees of freedom as a probe for spin based phenomena. Because of the basic importance of ... order to understand and harness the fundamental principles behind phenomena such as the relation between magnetism and chemical ...
*  Coupled map lattice
Kapral used CMLs for modeling chemical spatial phenomena. Kuznetsov sought to apply CMLs to electrical circuitry by developing ... Space-time chaotic phenomena can be demonstrated from chaotic mappings subject to weak coupling coefficients and are popular in ... Weak coupling with monotonic (bistable) dynamical regimes demonstrate spatial chaos phenomena and are popular in neural models ... Studied systems include populations, chemical reactions, convection, fluid flow and biological networks. More recently, CMLs ...
*  Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas
The Department of Physical and Colloid Chemistry students explore chemical phenomena using theoretical and experimental methods ... The Department of Technology of Chemicals for the Oil and Gas Industry does research in the field of development of drilling ... Students of the Faculty receive in-depth knowledge in geology, economics, engineering mechanics, oil field chemicals and ... Professor Tonkonogov gives lectures on the theory of chemical and technological processes of basic organic and petrochemical ...
*  STS-47
The first one injected a few grams of cobalt nitrate crystals to a sodium silicate to create a chemical garden in weightless ... fluid dynamics and transport phenomena, glasses and ceramics, metals and alloys, and acceleration measurements. Life sciences ...
*  Georg Ernst Stahl
Stahl used the works of Johann Joachim Becher to help him come up with explanations of chemical phenomena. The main theory that ... Phlogiston provided an explanation of various chemical phenomena and encouraged the chemists of the time to rationally work ... Tonic motion explained these phenomena as blood needed a natural or artificial path to flow when a part of the body is ... Although he believed in atoms, he did not believe that atomic theories were enough to describe the chemical processes that go ...