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  1. Chemists are in the business of researching the properties, composition, and principles of elements and compounds.
  2. Chemists are primarily concerned with the electrons in atoms and with the interactions of the electrons in one atom with those of other atoms.
  3. Chemists are currently trying to relate the role of each of these amino acids to the way in which the protein works.
  4. Chemists are employed in all parts of the country, but they are mainly concentrated in large industrial areas.
  5. To chemists, the term "hydride" usually implies that the H atom has acquired a negative charge, H − -like.

Famous Chemists

  1. Biographies of Famous Chemists - Links to biographies of over 200 people who have advanced and refined the field of chemistry.
  2. Tilden, Sir William A. Famous chemists; the men and their work.

Modern Chemists

  1. However, to define an element scientifically, as modern chemists do, it is necessary to refer to something Aristotle rejected: the atom.

Practicing Chemists

  1. Chemical Forums - Discussion boards for all areas of chemistry, at levels ranging from high school to graduate school and practicing chemists.

Good Chemists

  1. But at that time, in 1938, Hahn and Strassmann were really the only ones who could do it, because they were such good chemists." (Prof.

Great Chemists

  1. Carl Remigius Fresenius was one of the great chemists in the nineteenth century.
  2. Most great chemists are remembered for their research.

Swedish Chemists

  1. Swedish chemists, chief among them being Mosander and Cleve, have made very valuable contributions in this domain of chemistry.
  2. Two Swedish chemists, Nils Langlet and Per Theodor Cleve, independently found helium in clevite at about the same time as Ramsay.

Inorganic Chemists

  1. Stanislao Cannizzaro applied Avogadro's theories to reconcile atomic weights used by organic and inorganic chemists.


  1. Los Alamos provided all of them an opportunity to associate with some of the leading physicists, chemists and metallurgists of their time.

Environmental Chemists

  1. Environmental chemists investigate the sources, fate, control and effects of chemicals in the natural and engineered environment.
  2. These are the types of questions studied routinely by environmental chemists.
  3. With further education, environmental chemists can move into related professional disciplines such as medicine, law and engineering.

Eminent Chemists

  1. As a private person, he was the source of anecdotes about almost all eminent chemists all over the world.
  2. Curiously enough, although he was one of the most eminent chemists of his time, he did not accept the developement of athomic theory until 1906.

Polymer Chemists

  1. Polymer chemists are especially interested in techniques that allow them to precisely control the size and structure of the end product.
  2. With crude oil being the raw material for polymer production, there are positions for polymer chemists throughout the field.
  3. Polymer chemists are also investigating polymerization methods outside the scope of organic chemistry.

Young Chemists

  1. It has been said that he probably inspired and incited the young chemists of this country to renewed endeavor in their science upon his advent here.

Muslim Chemists

  1. The advances made in the Middle East by Muslim chemists in botany and chemistry led Muslim physicians to substantially develop pharmacology.
  2. The word alcohol in English derives from the name given to this substance by Muslim chemists.

Professional Chemists

  1. Mathematical models of the atom are often very difficult to understand, but they are enormously useful and successful for professional chemists.

Synthetic Organic Chemists

  1. The Stille Reaction is an indispensable working resource for all synthetic organic chemists, especially medicinal chemists.

American Chemists

  1. After years of debate, the international union in January, 1997, came up with a compromise list that most American chemists deemed acceptable.
  2. American chemists and chemical engineers.

Theoretical Chemists

  1. The concept of imaginary time is a powerful mathematical device used on occasion by theoretical chemists and physicists.

Analytical Chemists

  1. Furthermore, analytical chemists develop analytical techniques and study the relationships and interactions among the parts of compounds.
  2. Lasers in Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy will be of interest to spectroscopists, analytical chemists, and graduate students in these areas.
  3. It is possible there were other minor volatile contaminants involved with this incident, and the secondary gas analysis done by Analytical Chemists, Inc.

Computational Chemists

  1. Each chapter reviews the most recent literature on a specific topic of interest to computational chemists.

Women Chemists

  1. The Francis P. Garvan-John M. Olin Medal is an annual award that recognizes distinguished service to chemistry by women chemists.
  2. The exhibit highlights the rich history of women chemists and illustrates how chemical science and engineering help shape everyday life.
  3. Chips -- Women chemists have helped develop and advance the world of semiconductors.

German Chemists

  1. Discovery of the element in nature was erroneously claimed in 1925 by the German chemists I. W. and W. K. Noddack, who called it masurium.
  2. German chemists have made a replica of the football World Cup trophy that is the size of one molecule.
  3. Two German chemists, Heinrich Otto Wieland (1877-1957) and Adolf Windaus (1876-1959), worked out the structure of steroids and related compounds.

Organic Chemists

  1. This work, more than any other, convinced organic chemists that the synthesis of any complex substance was possible, given enough time and planning.
  2. Inorganic chemists, organic chemists and biochemists develop analytical methods as part of their regular research.
  3. This research raised questions about the relationship between steric and electronic effects, an issue of concern among physical organic chemists.


  1. English chemists, including Sir Humphry Davy, at the same time believed all acids contained hydrogen.

Drug Discovery

  1. It is another medicinal chemistry discipline — a powerful tool available to chemists that can expedite drug discovery when used appropriately.
  2. In this session a panel of experimental and computational chemists will discuss their experiences in using computational modeling methods in drug discovery.
  3. Medicinal chemists are involved in new drug discovery and solving the problem of designing molecules to optimize their biological properties.


  1. Although biologists have enormous public databases of genes and proteins, chemists usually have to pay for access to data on molecules.


  1. In addition, dozens of chemists and engineers worked on refining polyamide 6-6 into a viable commercial product.
  2. Julian the Trailblazer His example inspired dozens of black chemists to realize their dreams.


  1. In particular, Muslim chemists were the first to produce fully purified distilled alcohol.


  1. By understanding these molecular dynamics, chemists one day may be able to better control chemical reactions and create new molecules.


  1. In the years that followed after Mendeleev published his periodic table, the gaps he left were filled as chemists discovered more chemical elements.
  2. A recipient of the National Medal of Science, F. Albert Cotton has been a household name among chemists for nearly 50 years.
  3. The chemical properties of lanthanides, on the other hand, were ignored by chemists for many years.


  1. Lecturer of distinctive style and eloquence, he trained many generations of chemists.
  2. Pauling's fundamental contributions to chemistry cover a tremendous range, and their influence on generations of young chemists was enormous.


  1. Some chemists are exposed to health or safety hazards when handling certain chemicals, but there is little risk if proper procedures are followed.


  1. Water fluoridation is a multi-professional activity in which engineers, chemists, physicians, nutritionists and dentists all play important roles.
  2. Physicians oversaw gassings in chambers disguised as showers, using lethal gas provided by chemists.


  1. Julius also became a member of the Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians (FAECT), a rather radical union for professionals.


  1. The institute will recruit biologists, virologists, chemists and immunologists to work together in the lab and run tests in human volunteers.
  2. Headed by metallurgist Cyril Stanley Smith, the new institute consisted of chemists, physicists and metallurgists.


  1. A team of biologists and chemists is closing in on bringing non-living matter to life.
  2. Scientists got a surprise recently when a team of physical chemists at Stanford University studied a common hydrogen reaction.
  3. His team was soon reinforced with bright, young chemists such as Carl Djerassi and Alejandro Zaffaroni.


  1. Chemists and metallurgists had never faced the challenge before of working with such an unusual and dangerous material.


  1. Style -- Women chemists have put their skills to work in today's fashion industry, using chemical processes to create new materials and improved fabrics.
  2. Materials scientists and metallurgists share much of the same education and skills with chemists.


  1. To chemists this contribution appeals because from it one may gather ideas regarding the knowledge of chemical analysis pre- vailing at that early period.
  2. Chemists apply their knowledge of chemistry in various ways.
  3. Knowledge -- Women chemists, as teachers, writers, and advocates, worked hard to ensure girls' inclusion in the chemistry classroom.


  1. Chemists and materials scientists also develop processes such as improved oil refining and petrochemical processing that save energy and reduce pollution.


  1. By studying the peaks of nuclear magnetic resonance spectra, skilled chemists can determine the structure of many compounds.
  2. Chemists frequently refer to chemical compounds using chemical formulae, which have more explicit information about the structure of the compound.
  3. It was a problem of great industrial importance, and hence many able chemists had performed an enormous amount of work trying to determine the structure.


  1. Products are developed jointly by leading dermatologists, plastic surgeons, naturopaths, chemists, biochemists and beauticians.
  2. They were the raw materials with which chemists expanded the bounds of chemical knowledge and developed new industrial products and processes.
  3. The concept of dissociation did not come at first but developed as time allowed Arrhenius to talk with other chemists.


  1. By this point, physicists and chemists had come to understand that various levels of energy in matter emitted specific electromagnetic wavelengths.
  2. By the end of the nineteenth century, most chemists considered atoms to be the ultimate constituents of matter.


  1. In fact, most chemists in the field would probably describe themselves more specifically by the work they do.
  2. He was a leader in introducing this new field into the United States, and his laboratory was a center which prepared a new generation of physical chemists.
  3. Focusing on the most recent literature and advances in the field, each article covers a specific topic of importance to computational chemists.


  1. Chemists and materials scientists find ways to make chemicals useful to us.

Quantum Theory

  1. These changes included the rise of relativity, quantum theory, and uncertainty that forced chemists to rethink the most basic concepts about atoms.
  2. This book helped experimental chemists to understand the impact of quantum theory on chemistry.


  1. Several of my patients are physicians, psychologists or chemists and their doubting stares are plentiful.


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