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chemist

 [kem´ist]
1. an expert in chemistry.
2. (British) pharmacist.

chem·ist

(kem'ist),
1. A specialist or expert in chemistry.
2. Pharmacist (British and Canadian).

chemist

/chem·ist/ (kem´ist)
1. an expert in chemistry.
2. (British) pharmacist.

chemist

1 a person with special education and training in the structures, characteristics, and actions of chemicals.
2 in Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand, a pharmacist.

chemist

(1) A person who formulates chemical preparations.
(2) A community pharmacist (UK), see there.

chem·ist

(kem'ist)
1. A specialist or expert in chemistry.
2. Pharmacist (U.K. and some areas of Canada).

chemist

1. an expert in chemistry.
2. sometimes used as an abbreviation for pharmaceutical chemist or pharmacist.
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A flexible reporting system enables the rubber chemist to generate a number of reports, including a complete, accurate recipe book, a production report for the mixing process, a supplier list that indicates which raw materials are available from which suppliers, a materials usage report that shows which raw materials are being used in which formulations, and a formulae comparison report that shows a comparative analysis of up to five formulations and their associated recipes, physical property values and test conditions.
UNTIL 7pm: A& M Pharmacies Ltd, 656A Foleshill Road; BJ Chemists Ltd, 197/199 Gulson Road; Biraj Pharmacy, 445/447 Foleshill Road; Dhaliwal Ltd, 17 Station Street East; Hussain M Chemists Ltd, 1a Harnall Lane East; Lloyds Pharmacy, 343 Tile Hill Lane; Lloyds Pharmacy, 13/17 Brixham Drive; Lloyds Pharmacy, 43 Torcross Avenue; Lloyds Pharmacy, Unit 1 Remembrance Road; Lloyds Pharmacy, 51 Winsford Avenue; Lloyds Pharmacy 35 Stoney Stanton Road; Tesco, Leicester Road, Bedworth.
When will chemists be accorded the respect that we merit as professionals?
At about the time Knight was planning his first course, the India Rubber Division of the ACS was formed, bringing together chemists working on the elusive material.
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Greville Williams (1829-1910), English chemist, who, in 1860, carried out a precise analysis of rubber and its decomposition products, during the course of which he discovered and named a new compound "isoprene" and recognized it as the basic unit of rubber and gutta-percha.
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For almost a century, industrial chemists have had to rely on hellishly high temperatures and gas pressures to cleave the tenacious chemical bond that holds together each two-atom nitrogen molecule.
I call this 'the tyranny of the chemist," says Scerri.
The chemist no longer has to divide time between two physical locations.
The You Be The Chemist kit is a fun and educational way for educators to help students get interested in chemistry," said Pat Marantette, president of the E.
UNTIL 8pm: Boots the Chemist Ltd, Unit 7 Central Six Retail Park, Warwick Road' Sainsbury Instore Pharmacy, Austin Drive' Tesco In Store Pharmacy, Clifford Bridge Road' Tesco's Extra, Arena Park.