- n the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
- n the chemical composition and properties of a substance or object
the chemistry of soil
- n the way two individuals relate to each other
their chemistry was wrong from the beginning -- they hated each other
- Despite neat formulas and equations in textbooks, chemistry is still an inexact science.
- Her chemistry professor, Dale Wheeler, invited the forensics group to dinner, which made Jusiewicz feel more comfortable about asking him questions after class.
- The answer may start with brain chemistry.
- Kate Winslet in Los Angeles Times
I hadn't realized how much my chemistry with him since `Titanic' would still stick,says Kate. "It's great to discover we can just slip right into it, like muscle memory."
- John Warner in Fox 28
John Warner, a former Polaroid scientist and University of Massachusetts chemistry professor, called petroleum "fundamentally a boring material" until other atoms are added and "you unleash a textbook of modern chemistry."
- Omar Vizquel in SI.com
This year we had the best chemistry on the team. I felt like the team was clicking,Vizquel said. "It's sad a stupid instance like this might rupture something that was going pretty good. I don't think the players will turn on each other....