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physical chemistry

the natural science dealing with the relationship between chemical and physical properties of matter.

physical chemistry

Theoretical chemistry; the chemistry concerned with fundamental laws underlying chemical changes and the mathematical expression of these laws.
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But in electronics, "the situation is very serious," says physical chemist Fernando Galembeck of the University of Campinas in Brazil, who was not involved with the new work.
Landel, a polymer physical chemist and rheologist, retired from the CalTech Jet Propulsion Laboratory, will receive the Charles Goodyear Medal at the Rubber Division's Science and Technology Awards Banquet.
Jennifer Laaser , University of Minnesota C A physical chemist investigating how positively charged particles interact with negatively charged polymers like DNA, Dr.
The interesting thing here is that the cell keeps making the GFP protein as it grows," says Steve Meech, a physical chemist at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England.
Physical chemist Okoroanyanwu offers a concise treatment of chemical phenomena in lithography in a manner that is accessible to a wide readership.
In the fall semester of 2008, after my 50 years of increasing anachronism, I have given "la Derniere Classe" in radiochemistry, and I hand over the field to a physical chemist, whose interests are broader than mine are now.
The new data might also improve models of water's interactions with the atmosphere and within cells, says physical chemist Dennis Hore of the University of Victoria in British Columbia.
Retired physical chemist Cohen has written books and articles about folk and country music, and edited collections for several decades.
very, very practical," says physical chemist Martin Moskovits of the University of California, Santa Barbara, who wrote a commentary on the research in the same issue of Nature.
Hungarian-born Polyanyi (1891-1976) was a physical chemist, but as wars wracked Europe and the world, his attention turned from science to philosophy.

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