analytic chemistry

an·a·lyt·ic chem·is·try

the application of chemistry to the determination and detection of composition and identification of specific substances.

analytic chemistry

a branch of chemistry that deals with identifying (qualitative chemistry) and measuring (quantitative chemistry) the components of chemical compounds or mixtures of compounds.

an·a·lyt·ic chem·is·try

(ană-litik kemis-trē)
Using chemistry to determine and detect the composition and identification of specific substances.
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