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A

AbichiteAcetaldehydeAcetaminophenAcetic acidAcetoneacetylAcetylcholineAcetyleneacidAcrylamideActinideActiniumActinoliteActivation energy — Adolf Friedrich Johann Butenandt — Adolf Otto Reinhold WindausAdolph Wilhelm Hermann KolbeAgateAhmed H. ZewailAlabaster — Alan G MacDiarmid — Alan J Heeger — Albertus Magnus — Albite — alchemical symbolalchemistAlchemyalcoholaldehydeAlexandriteAlfred Stock — Alfred Werner — alicyclic compoundaliphatic compoundAlkaliAlkali metalAlkaline earthalkanealkeneAllingiteallotropeAllotropyalloyAlumAluminiumAluminium gallium arsenideAluminium oxide — Alunite — Alvite — amalgamsAmazoniteAmberAmblygoniteAmedeo AvogadroAmericiumAmethystamideamineamino acidAmmoniaammoniumAmmonium nitrateAmmonium perchlorateAmphiboleAnalcimAnalciteAnalytical chemistryAnataseAndalusiteAndesiteAnglesiteAnorthite — Anorthocite — AnorthoclaseAnorthositeAntimonyAntoine LavoisierApatiteAquamarineAragonite — Archer John Porter Martin — aromatic hydrocarbonargon — Arne Wilhelm Kaurin Tiselius — aromatic aminearomatic compoundArrhenius equationarsenic — Arthur Harden — Artturi Ilmari Virtanen — Arvedsonite — AsbestosAstatineatomatomic absorption spectroscopyatomic massatomic mass unitAtomic nucleusatomic numberAtomic orbitalAtomic radiusAtomic weightAuger electron spectroscopyAugiteAxiniteAzurite

B

BaddeleyiteBariteBariumbarometerBasaltbaseBastnasitebatteryBauxiteBeckeriteBenzenebenzene ringBerkeliumBerylBerylliumbicarbonatebioaccumulatebiochemistryBioinformaticsBiotiteBismuth — Boehmite — BohriumBoiling pointBoraxBoric acidBorniteboronBoron groupBoron nitridebrainbrassbromineBruciteBuffer solutionBunsen burnerBuretteBurmiteButaneBytownite

C

cadmiumCalamineCalcflintaCalciteCalciumCalcium carbonateCalcium oxideCalifornium — calomel — Calorimeter — Canfieldite — Carbohydratecarboncarbon dioxideCarbon groupcarbon monoxidecarbonatecarbonationCarbonic acidcarbonylcarboxylic acidCarl Bosch — Carl Remigius Fresenius — Carl Wilhelm Scheele — Carnallite — CarnelianCarnotiteCAS registry numberCassiteritecatalystcaustic soda — Celadonite — CelestiteCelsiuscentral nervous systemCeriumCerussiteCaesium — Chabasite — ChalcedonyChalcogenChalcopyrite — Chalcosine — Chalk — Charles J. Pedersen — Chemical bondchemical elementChemical elements named after peopleChemical elements named after placesChemical equilibriumchemical formulaChemical nomenclaturechemical propertyChemical reactionChemical serieschemical symbolChemical thermodynamicsCheminformaticschemistchemistry — Chemistry basic topics — ChiralityChlorideChlorinchlorineChloritechocolateChristian B. AnfinsenChromatographyChromiteChromiumChrysoberylChrysolitecinnabarCinnabariteCitric acid — Citrine quartz — ClayCleveiteCoalCobaltCoinage metal — Colemantite — colloidcolorColorimeterColtanColumbiteCombinatorial chemistryComplexcompoundcomputational chemistryConcentrationcondensation polymerCondensation reaction — Cooperite — Copper — corderoite — Cordierite — CorrincorrosionCorundumcosmeticscovalent bondCovalent radius — Coveline — Crocidolite — Crooksite — CryolitecrystalCrystal structurecubic metre per moleCumene process — Cuprite — CuriumcyanideCyclopentadiene — Cylindrite — CymophaneCytosine

D

d blockd-blockDarmstadtium — Datolite — decay energydecay modedecay product — decomposition temperature — Delessite — DensityDeposition — Derek H. R. Barton —DeuteriumdiamondDiasporeDiatomitediffusion pump — Diopside — DioriteDipoleDiscovery of the chemical elementsDistillationDmitri Ivanovich MendeleevDmitrii MendeleevDmitry Ivanovich MendeleevDolomiteDonald J. CramDorothy Crowfoot HodgkinDubniumDudley R. HerschbachDysprosium

E

Eduard BuchnerEdwin Mattison McMillanEinsteiniumElectrical conductivityelectricityElectrochemical cellElectrochemistryelectrodeElectrode potentialelectrolysisElectrolyteElectrolytic cellelectromagnetic spectroscopyelectronelectron captureElectron configurationelectron shellelectron voltElectronegativityElectrophileElementElements songElias James CoreyEmerald — Emil Hermann Fischer — Emil Knoevenagelemulsionenergy levelEnthalpyEntropyenvironmental chemistryEnzyme — Epidiorite — EpinephrineEpoxyethaneEpsom saltErbiumErnest Rutherford — Ernst Otto Fischer — esterEthanoletheneetherEuropiumEuxeniteexplosive

F

f blockf-orbitalF. Sherwood RowlandFahrenheitFatFeldsparFelsic — Ferberite — Fergusonite — FermiumFerroceneFiltrationFlintFluorapatitefluorescence spectroscopyfluorineFluoriteFluorsparFormaldehydeFormic acidFractional freezingFrancis William AstonFrancium — Francois Auguste Victor Grignard — Frankeite — Franklinite — Franz Joseph Emil Fischer — Frederick SangerFrederick Soddyfreezing pointFriedrich BergiusFriedrich WoehlerFritz HaberFritz PreglFrédéric Joliotfunctional groupfur

G

GabbroGadoliniteGadoliniumGalenagalliumGallium arsenideGarnetgasgaseousGedanite — Geoffrey Wilkinson — Georg WittigGeorge A. OlahGeorge de HevesyGeorge PorterGerhard HerzbergGermaniteGermaniumGibbsite — Gilbert Stork — Giulio Natta — Glauconite — Glenn T. SeaborgGlessiteGlucoseGlycerineGlycineGneissGoethitegoldGraniteGraphiteGroup 1 elementGroup 10 elementgroup 12 elementGroup 2 elementGroup 3 elementGroup 4 elementGroup 5 elementGroup 6 elementGroup 7 elementGroup 8 elementGroup 9 elementGypsum

H

H. M. RouellHafniumhalf-lifeHalitehalogenhalogenoalkane — Hans Fischer — Hans Karl August Simon von Euler-ChelpinHarold Clayton UreyHarold Kroto — Hartmut Michel — HassiumheatHeat of fusionHeat of vaporizationHeavy metal (chemistry)Heinrich Otto WielandHeliumHematiteHenri Louis le Chatelier — Henri Moissan — Henry Taube — Heptane — Herbert A. Hauptman — Herbert C. BrownHermann Emil FischerHermann Staudingerheterocyclic compoundHexaneHiddeniteHideki ShirakawaHistidineHolmiumHornblende — Huebnerite — Humphry DavyHund's rule — Hutchinsonite — Hyalite — HydrazinehydrocarbonHydrochloric acidhydrogenHydrogen bondHydrogen cyanideHydrogen peroxideHydrogen sulfideHydrolysishydroxidehydroxyl

I

ice — Idocrase — Illite — IlmeniteIlya PrigogineIndiuminfrared spectroscopyInorganic chemistryIntermolecular force — International Temperature Scale — International Union of Pure and Applied ChemistryIodineIonIonic bondionization potentialIrene Joliot-CurieIridiumironIron (III) oxideIrving LangmuirisocyanateIsomerisotopeIsotope table (complete)Isotope table (divided)Israel ShahakIUPAC

J

J. H. van't HoffJadeJames Batcheller SumnerJames DewarJaroslav HeyrovskyJasper — Jean-Marie Lehn — Jens C. Skou — Jerome Karle — Johann Deisenhofer — Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Adolf von Baeyer — Johann Wolfgang DöbereinerJohannes Diderik van der WaalsJohn A. PopleJohn Alexander Reina NewlandsJohn C. Polanyi — John Cowdery Kendrew — John Dalton — John E. Walker — John Ernest Walker — John FennJohn Howard NorthropJohn Pople — John Warcup Cornforth — Jons Jacob BerzeliusJoseph Priestleyjoule per kilogram-kelvinJustus von Liebig

K

K. Barry SharplessKainiteKalsiliteKamaciteKaoliniteKarl ZieglerKary MullisKeilhauiteKelvinKenichi FukuiKerniteketonekilogram per cubic metrekilojoule per moleKimberlitekineticsKobelliteKoichi TanakaKrantzitekryptonKunziteKurt Alder — Kurt Heinrich Meyer — Kurt WüthrichKyanite

L

LabradoriteLactic acidLanthanideLanthanumLapis lazuliLars OnsagerLawrenciumLazuriteLe Chatelier's principleLeadLeopold RuzickaLepidoliteLeuciteLigand — Lignite — LimestoneLimoniteLinus PaulingliquidLise MeitnerList of biochemistry topicsList of chemistslist of compoundsList of elements by nameList of elements by numberList of elements by symbolList of elements named after peopleList of elements named after placesLithiumliver — livingstonite — LodestoneLonsdaleite — Lorandite bertrandite — Lord Alexander R. ToddLothar MeyerLouis Pasteur — Luis F. Leloir — Lutetium

M

MagnesiteMagnesiummagnetic resonancemagnetismMagnetiteMalachite — Malacolite — Manfred EigenManganeseMarble — Marcasite — Marie CurieMarie Sklodowska-CurieMario J. MolinaMarlmassmass spectrometermaterials scienceMax Ferdinand Perutzmedicine — Meerschaum — megaMeitneriumMelting pointMelvin CalvinMendelevium — Mendozite — Menilite — Mercury (II) sulfide — Mercury (I) chloride — Mercury (element)Mercury (II) chloridemercury fulminate — mercury-vapor lamp — Metacinnabaritemetal — metal halide — Metallic bondMetalloidMethaneMethanolmethylMethyl isocyanate — Methyl mercury — methylenemetre per secondMicaMichael FaradayMichael Smith (chemist)MicroclineMilk quartzmillinerymineralmineralogymixtureMohs hardness scaleMolar volumemole (unit)Molecular dynamicsMolecular mechanics — Molecular modeling — Molecular orbitalmoleculeMolybdeniteMolybdenumMonazite — Morganite — Mossbauer spectroscopyMuscoviteMustard gas

N

Naphthalenenatural abundanceNeodymiumneonNephilineNeptuniumNernst equationneutronneutron activation analysisNickelNikolay Nikolaevich SemenovNils Gabriel SefströmNiobite — Niobite-tantalite — NiobiumnitrateNitric acidNitric oxidenitrogenNitroglycerineNitrous oxideNobel Prize in ChemistryNobeliumNoble gasNonmetalnuclear magnetic resonanceNucleic AcidNucleophile

O

Octaneoctave — Odd Hassel — ohmOlivineOpalOptical isomerismOrbitalsOrganic chemistryorganic compoundOrganic nomenclatureOrganic reactionOrthoclaseOsmiumOsmium tetroxideOtto Hahn — Otto Paul Hermann Diels — Otto WallachOxidationOxidation numberoxidation stateoxideoxygen

P

p blockpaint — Palagonite — PalladiumPartial pressurePascalPaul BergPaul D. Boyer — Paul J. Crutzen — Paul J. Flory — Paul Karrer — Paul Sabatier — Pauling scale — PegmatitePentlanditePeptideperchloratePeridotitePeriod 1 elementPeriod 2 elementPeriod 3 elementPeriod 4 elementPeriod 5 elementperiod 6 elementPeriod 7 elementperiodic tableperiodic table blockperiodic table groupperiodic table periodPeriodic table seriesPeriodic table/Alternate TablePeriodic table/Big TablePeriodic table/Electron configurationsExtended periodic tablePeriodic table/Huge TablePeriodic table/Metals and Non MetalsPeriodic table/Standard TablePeriodic table/Wide TablePeriodicityPerlitepesticidePetalite — Peter D. Mitchell — Peter DebyepHphases of matter — Phenacite — phenolphenylPhlogopite — Phosphorite — PhosphorusPhthalates — Phyllite — Physical chemistryphysics — physiologically active compound — picometrePicric acidPitchblendePlagioclasePlatinum — Plivine — PlutoniumPnictogen — Pollucite — pollutionPoloniumpolymerPolymerizationPoor metalPorphyrinPotassiumPotassium nitratePraseodymiumPrehnitePromethiumPropaneProtactiniumProteinProtonPumice — Pumicite — PurinePutrescinePyridinePyrimidinePyritePyrochlorePyroxenePyrrole

Q

quantum chemistryQuartzQuartzite

R

radioisotopeRadiumRadonRadon fluorideRaman spectroscopyRaoult's lawRedoxReductionRefluxReversible reactionRhazesRheniumRhodiumRhyolite — Rhyolitic — Richard Adolf Zsigmondy — Richard Kuhn — Richard Laurence Millington Synge — Richard Martin Willstätter — Richard R. ErnstRichard Smalley — Riebeckite — Roald Hoffmann — Robert Bruce Merrifield — Robert Burns WoodwardRobert CurlRobert G. Parr — Robert Huber — Robert S. MullikenRobert Wilhelm BunsenRock crystalRonald George Wreyford NorrishRose quartzRoumaniteRubidiumRuby (gemstone)Rudolph A. MarcusRudolph PariserRutheniumRutherfordiumRutileRyoji Noyori

S

s blocks-orbitalS.P.L. SørensensaltSaltpetreSalvinorin-ASamarium — Samarskite — SandSapphire — Sard — Scandium — Scheelite — Schistscientific notationSeaborgiumSeleniumsemiconductorSerpentineSISidney AltmanSilanesiliconSilicon dioxideSillimanitesilverSimetite — Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood — Sir Robert Robinson — Sir William Ramsayskeletal formulaskin — Smectite — Smoky quartzSoapstoneSoda nitersodiumSodium bicarbonateSodium carbonateSodium chlorideSodium cyanideSodium hydroxideSodium hypochloritesolidsolid state chemistrysolublesolutionsolvationsolventSpecific heat capacitySpectroscopySpeed of sound — Sperrylite — Spinel — Spodumeme — stable isotopestandard temperature and pressureStandard Ambient Temperature and PressureStanford Moore — Stanite — StantieniteState of matterStauroliteSteatiteStereochemistryStoichiometryStrontianiteStrontiumstructural formulaSublimationsulfatesulfurSulfur dioxideSulphuric acidsuperconductorsurface chemistrysuspension (chemistry)Svante ArrheniusSyeniteSylvitesynthetic radioisotopesystematic element name

T

TabunTalc — Talcum — Tantalite — TantalumTanzanite — Teallite — TechnetiumTellurideTelluriumTerbiumTetrylThalliumTheodor Svedberg — Theodore William Richards — Thermal conductivityThermochemistrythermometerThiaminthioetherThomas Graham — Thomas R. Cech — ThoriumThortveititeThuliumTimeline of biology and organic chemistryTinTitaniteTitaniumTitanium dioxideTitrationTolueneTopazTourmalinetoxictransition metal — Tremolite — Trinitrotoluenetriple point — Troctolite — TuffTungstenTurquoise — Tutty — Tyrosine

U

UlexiteUN numberUnunbiumUnunhexiumUnunoctiumUnunpentiumUnunquadiumUnunseptiumUnuntriumUnununium — Uralite — UraniniteUraniumUreaUric acidUV/VIS spectroscopy

V

Valencevan der Waals radiusvan der Waals' forceVanadiumVapor pressureVapour pressurevermilion — Victor Grignard — Viktor Meyer — Vincent du VigneaudVinylVladimir PrelogVladimir Vasilevich Markovnikov

W

Walter GilbertWalter KohnWalter Norman HaworthWalther Hermann Nernstwaterwatt per metre-kelvinWendell Meredith StanleyWilhelm OstwaldWillard Frank Libby — Willemite — William Francis GiauqueWilliam H. Stein — William Hardin Graham — William Hyde WollastonWilliam Lipscomb — William S. Knowles — Wiserine — Wolframite — Wollastonite —

X

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopyxenon — Xenotine —

Y

YBCOYtterbium — Yttria — YttriumYuan T. Lee

Z

Zeolitezinc — Zinnwaldite — ZirconZirconiumZone meltingZyklon BZymology