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with several rings of atoms, with several whorlspolycyclic
(Chemistry) any of several compounds comprised of alternating silicon and oxygen atoms (used in many industrial applications), see also:siloxane, silicon-based compoundsilicone
(Chemistry) change into an isomer (chemical compound which has the same number and kind of atoms as another but differs in structural arrangement), make or become isomericisomerize
(Chemistry) containing two replaceable hydrogen atoms; containing two basic univalent atoms, dibasic acid, formed with two atoms of metal, with two replaceable hydrogen atomsdibasic
(Chemistry) having two atoms within one molecule; bivalent, having two atoms per moleculediatomic
(Chemistry) of or pertaining to chemical compounds containing rings of more than one type of atom; of or pertaining to the branch of chemistry which studies such compounds, containing noncarbon atomheterocyclic
acid with two acidic hydrogen atoms, having two acidic hydrogen atomsdiacid
affluence, fullness, large amount, plentifulness, copiousness; richness, wealth; number of creatures of a certain species found within a given area (Ecology), proportion of isotope atoms, rate of incidenceabundance
air formation between squadron and wing, band of musicians, bunch; ensemble, band; (Computers) window which contains several application icons (in a Windows environment), collection of atoms, collection of similar elements, companies under common
antidepressant drug, having three rings in the molecular structure (Chemistry), with 3 ringstricyclic
any technology that is based on a scale of nanometers (billionths of meters); any technology that is based on the placement or manipulation of single atoms, technology for microscopic devicesnanotechnology
armor, cover the body with mail, e-mail, hard body covering, items sent, postal service; letters and other items that are sent via the postal service; flexible armor constructed of metal rings linked together; e-mail, electronic mail, postal system, se...mail
arrangement of atomsopen chain
arrangement of atoms, building; something created from a number of interconnecting parts; manner in which something is constructed, component parts of rocks, give structure to, orderly system of parts, organic feature, organize, give form to, something...structure
asymmetric, not interchangeable, not symmetrical, lacking balance and proportion, with particular spatial arrangement of atoms, with unequal thrust from engines, with varying conductivityasymmetrical
atomic philosophy; doctrine of the action of atoms; source of all mental phenomenon in simple cause (Psychology), idea that atoms make up everythingatomism
based on nuclear energy, of or pertaining to atoms, relating to atom, tiny, unanalyzableatomic
bellhop, man who rings bellbellman
between atomsinteratomic
bisulfide, chemical with two atoms of sulfur, sulfur compound (Chemistry)disulfide
bonding by sharing electrons, covalency, number of electrons which an atom can share with other atoms (Chemistry)covalence
branch of chemistry dealing with the spatial arrangement of atoms within molecules (Chemistry), study of arrangement of atomsstereochemistry
branch of physics that deals with microscopic objects (elementary particles, molecules, and atoms), study of properties of moleculesmicrophysics
break apart into small pieces, break into fragments, lose wholeness, split atomsdisintegrate
carbohydrate with 5 carbon atoms, monosaccharide that contains 5 carbon atoms (Chemistry)pentose
chemical bond between two atoms, dative bond, semipolar bondcoordinate bond
chemical compound containing materials from the azido group (Chemistry), compound containing three adjacent nitrogen atomsazide
chemical compound containing metal and carbon monoxide, metal compound, relating to or containing the group of atoms found in certain organic and inorganic compounds. =C=Ocarbonyl
chemical compound containing three chlorine atoms (Chemistry)trichloride
chemical compound which contains three nitrogen atoms and three carbon atoms all in a ring (Chemistry), compound with a 6-membered ringtriazine
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