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Dr. H LG 1

Dr. Heiny: Learning Guide 1

Alchemy the medieval practice of wanting to change one thing to something else
Chemistry the science that deals with the materials of the universe and the changes that these materials undergo
organic chemistry The study of chemicals that contain carbon
analytical Chemistry The study that focuses on composition of matter
inorganic chemistry The study of elements, but particularly in metals, and are often involved in the preparation of new catalysts.
physical chemistry The study that focuses on mechanisms, rate, and energy transfers that occur when matter changes
applied chemistry Research directed toward a goal or application
macroscopic visible to the naked eye;pretaining to large units.
pure chemistry Knowledge for the sake of knowledge
biochemistry The study of process that take place in an organism
microscopic so small as to be invisible or indistinct without the use of the microscope
Created by: LPH