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Chemical compounds are listed separately at list of organic compounds, list of inorganic compounds or list of biomolecules.

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A

AbichiteAcetaldehyde — Acetaminophen — Acetic acidAcetone — acetyl — AcetylcholineAcetyleneacidAcrylamideActinideActinium — Actinolite — Activation energyAdolf Friedrich Johann Butenandt — Adolf Otto Reinhold Windaus — Adolph Wilhelm Hermann KolbeAgateAhmed H. ZewailAlabasterAlan G MacDiarmid — Alan J Heeger — Albertus MagnusAlbitealchemical symbol — alchemist — Alchemy — alcohol — aldehyde — Alexandrite — Alfred StockAlfred Werneralicyclic compoundaliphatic compoundAlkaliAlkali metalAlkaline earthalkanealkeneAllingiteallotropeAllotropyalloyAlum — Aluminium — Aluminium gallium arsenideAluminium oxideAlunite — Alvite — amalgamsAmazoniteAmberAmblygoniteAmedeo AvogadroAmericiumAmethystamideamineamino acidAmmoniaammoniumAmmonium nitrateAmmonium perchlorateAmphiboleAnalcimAnalciteAnalytical chemistryAnataseAndalusiteAndesiteAnglesiteAnorthiteAnorthoclaseAnorthositeAntimonyAntoine LavoisierApatiteAquamarineAragoniteArcher John Porter Martinaromatic hydrocarbonargonArne Wilhelm Kaurin Tiseliusaromatic aminearomatic compoundArrhenius equationarsenic — Arthur Harden — Artturi Ilmari VirtanenArfvedsoniteAsbestosAstatineAstrochemistryatomatomic absorption spectroscopyatomic massatomic mass unitAtomic nucleusatomic numberAtomic orbitalAtomic radiusAtomic weightAuger electron spectroscopyAugiteAxiniteAzurite

B

BaddeleyiteBariteBarium — barometer — BasaltbaseBastnasitebatteryBauxiteBeckeriteBenzenebenzene ringBerkeliumBerylBerylliumBicarbonateBioaccumulateBiochemistry — Bioinformatics — BiotiteBismuthBoehmiteBohr modelBohriumBoiling pointBorane — Borax — Boric acidBorniteBoron — Boron group — Boron nitrideBrassBromineBruciteBuffer solution — Bunsen burner — BuretteBurmiteButanen-Butyllithiumtert-Butyllithiumsec-ButyllithiumBytownite

C

cadmium — Calamine — CalciteCalciumCalcium carbonateCalcium oxideCaliforniumcalomel — Calorimeter — CanfielditeCarbohydratecarboncarbon dioxideCarbon groupcarbon monoxidecarbonatecarbonationCarbonic acidcarbonylcarboxylic acid — Carl Bosch — Carl Remigius Fresenius — Carl Wilhelm ScheeleCarnalliteCarnelianCarnotiteCAS registry numberCassiteritecatalyst — Cationic — caustic sodaCeladoniteCelestineCelsius — central nervous system — CeriumCerussiteCaesiumChabasiteChalcedonyChalcogenChalcopyriteChalcociteChalkCharles J. PedersenChemical bondchemical element — Chemical elements named after people — Chemical elements named after places — Chemical engineeringChemical equilibriumchemical formula — Chemical nomenclature — chemical property — Chemical reaction — Chemical seriesChemical thermodynamicsCheminformaticschemistchemistryChemistry basic topicsChiralityChloride — Chlorin — chlorineChlorite — chocolate — Christian B. Anfinsen — ChromatographyChromiteChromiumChrysoberylChrysolitecinnabarCinnabariteCitric acidCitrine quartz — Clay — Cleveite — Coal — CobaltCoinage metalColemanitecolloid — color — ColorimeterColtanColumbiteCombinatorial chemistrycomplexcompoundcomputational chemistryConcentrationcondensation polymerCondensation reactionCooperiteCoppercorderoiteCordieriteCorrincorrosionCorundum — cosmetics — covalent bondCovalent radiusCovelliteCrocidolite — Crooksite — CryolitecrystalCrystal structurecubic metre per moleCumene processCupriteCuriumcyanideCyclopentadieneCylindrite — Cymophane — Cytosine

D

d-blockDarmstadtiumDatolite — decay energy — decay modedecay product — decomposition temperature — DelessiteDensityDeposition — Derek Harold Richard Barton — DeuteriumdiamondDiasporeDiatomitediffusion pumpDiopsideDioriteDipoleDiscovery of the chemical elementsDistillationDmitriy MendeleyevDolomiteDonald J. CramDorothy Crowfoot HodgkinDubniumDudley R. HerschbachDysprosium

E

Eduard Buchner — Edwin Mattison McMillan — EinsteiniumElectrical conductivity — electricity — Electrochemical cellElectrochemistryelectrodeElectrode potentialelectrolysisElectrolyteElectrolytic cellelectromagnetic spectroscopyelectronelectron captureelectron configurationelectron shell — electron volt — electronegativityelectrophileelementelement symbol — Elements song — Elias James CoreyEmeraldEmil Hermann FischerEmil Knoevenagelemulsionenergy levelEnthalpy — Entropy — environmental chemistryEnzymeEpidioriteEpinephrineEpoxyethaneEpsom saltErbiumErnest RutherfordErnst Otto FischeresterEthanol — ethene — etherEuropiumEuxenite — explosive —

F

f-block — f-orbital — F. Sherwood Rowland — Fahrenheit — Fat — FeldsparFelsicFerberiteFergusoniteFermiumFerroceneFiltrationFlintFluorapatitefluorescence spectroscopyfluorineFluoriteFluorsparFormaldehydeFormic acid — Fractional freezing — Francis William AstonFrancium — Francois Auguste Victor Grignard — FranckeiteFranklinite — Franz Joseph Emil Fischer — Frederick Sanger — Frederick Soddy — freezing point — Friedrich BergiusFriedrich WoehlerFritz Haber — Fritz Pregl — Frédéric Joliotfunctional group — fur —

G

g-blockGabbroGadoliniteGadoliniumGalenagalliumGallium arsenideGarnetgas — gaseous — GedaniteGeometric isomerismGeoffrey WilkinsonGeorg WittigGeorge A. OlahGeorge de Hevesy — George Porter — Gerhard HerzbergGermaniteGermaniumGibbsiteGilbert Stork — Giulio Natta — GlauconiteGlenn T. SeaborgGlessiteGlucoseGlycerineGlycineGneissGoethitegoldGraniteGraphiteGroup 1 element — Group 10 element — group 12 elementGroup 2 elementGroup 3 elementGroup 4 elementGroup 5 elementGroup 6 elementGroup 7 elementGroup 8 element — Group 9 element — Gypsum

H

H. M. Rouell — Hafniumhalf-life — Halite — halogen — halogenoalkane — Hans Fischer — Hans Karl August Simon von Euler-Chelpin — Harold Clayton UreyHarold Kroto — Hartmut Michel — HassiumheatHeat of fusionHeat of vaporizationHeavy metal (chemistry)Heinrich Otto WielandHeliumHematiteHemoglobinHenri Louis le ChatelierHenri Moissan — Henry Taube — HeptaneHerbert A. HauptmanHerbert C. BrownHermann Emil FischerHermann Staudingerheterocyclic compoundHexaneHiddenite — Hideki Shirakawa — High performance liquid chromatographyHistidineHolmiumHornblendeHübneriteHumphry DavyHund's ruleHutchinsoniteHyaliteHydrazinehydrocarbonHydrochloric acidhydrogenHydrogen bondHydrogen cyanideHydrogen peroxideHydrogen sulfideHydrolysishydroxide — hydroxyl —

I

iceIdocraseIlliteIlmeniteIlya PrigogineIndiuminfrared spectroscopyInorganic chemistryIntermolecular force — International Temperature Scale — International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry — IodineIonIonic bondionization potentialIrene Joliot-CurieIridiumironIron (III) oxideIrving LangmuirisocyanateIsomerisopreneisotopeIsotope table (complete)Isotope table (divided) — Israel Shahak — IUPAC —

J

J. H. van 't HoffJade — James Batcheller Sumner — James Dewar — Jaroslav HeyrovskýJasperJean-Marie LehnJens C. Skou — Jerome Karle — Johan August ArfwedsonJohan GadolinJohann DeisenhoferJohann Friedrich Wilhelm Adolf von Baeyer — Johann Wolfgang Döbereiner — Johannes Diderik van der WaalsJohn Pople — John Alexander Reina Newlands — John C. PolanyiJohn Cowdery KendrewJohn DaltonJohn E. WalkerJohn Ernest Walker — John Fenn — John Howard NorthropJohn PopleJohn Warcup CornforthJöns Jakob BerzeliusJoseph Priestley — joule per kilogram-kelvin — Justus von Liebig

K

K. Barry Sharpless — KainiteKalsilite — Kamacite — Kaolinite — Karl Ziegler — Kary MullisKeilhauiteKelvinKenichi FukuiKerniteketonekilogram per cubic metrekilojoule per moleKimberliteKineticsKobelliteKoichi TanakaKrantzitekryptonKunziteKurt Alder — Kurt Heinrich Meyer — Kurt WüthrichKyanite

L

LabradoriteLactic acidLanthanideLanthanumLapis lazuliLars OnsagerLawrenciumLazuriteLe Chatelier's principleLeadLeopold RuzickaLepidoliteLeuciteLewis acid — Lewis base — LigandLigniteLimestoneLimoniteLinus PaulingliquidLise MeitnerList of alchemical substancesList of alloysList of biochemistry topicsList of biomoleculesList of chemistslist of compoundsList of elements by nameList of elements by numberList of elements by symbol — List of elements named after people — List of elements named after places — List of inorganic compoundsList of inorganic compounds by elementList of organic compoundsList of scientific journals in chemistryLithium — liver — livingstoniteLodestoneLonsdaleiteLoranditeLord ToddLothar MeyerLouis PasteurLuis F. LeloirLutetium

M

MagnesiteMagnesium — magnetic resonance — magnetismMagnetiteMalachiteMalacoliteManfred EigenManganeseMarbleMarcasiteMarie CurieMario J. MolinaMarl — mass — mass spectrometermaterials scienceMax Ferdinand Perutz — medicine — Meerschaum — mega — MeitneriumMelting pointMelvin CalvinMendeleviumMendoziteMeniliteMercury (II) sulfideMercury (I) chlorideMercury (element)Mercury (II) chloridemercury fulminatemercury-vapor lampMetacinnabaritemetal — metal halide — Metallic bondMetalloid — Methane — Methanol — methyl — Methyl isocyanate — methylene —MethyllithiumMethylmercury — metre per second — MicaMichael FaradayMichael Smith (chemist)MicroclineMilk quartz — millinery — mineralmineralogymixtureMohs hardness scaleMolar massMolar volumemole (unit)Molecular dynamicsMolecular mechanicsMolecular modeling — Molecular orbital — moleculeMolybdeniteMolybdenumMolybdenum disulfideMonaziteMorganiteMossbauer spectroscopyMuscoviteMustard gas

N

Naphthalene — natural abundance — Neodymiumneon — Nephiline — NeptuniumNernst equationneutronneutron activation analysisNickelNikolay Nikolaevich Semenov — Nils Gabriel Sefström — Niobite — Niobite-tantalite — NiobiumnitrateNitric acidNitric oxidenitrogenNitrogen dioxideNitroglycerineNitrous oxideNobel Prize in ChemistryNobeliumNoble gasNonmetalnuclear magnetic resonanceNucleic AcidNucleophile

O

Octane — Odd Hassel — ohmOlivineOpal — Optical isomerism — Organic chemistryorganic compoundOrganic nomenclatureOrganic reactionOrganic synthesisOrganolithium reagentOrthoclaseOsmiumOsmium tetroxideOtto Hahn — Otto Paul Hermann Diels — Otto Wallach — OxidationOxidation numberoxidation stateoxideoxygen

P

p-blockpaintPalagonitePalladiumParabensPartial pressurePascal (unit)Paul BergPaul D. BoyerPaul J. CrutzenPaul J. FloryPaul Karrer — Paul Sabatier — Pauling scale — PegmatitePentlanditePeptideperchloratePeridotitePeriod 1 elementPeriod 2 elementPeriod 3 elementPeriod 4 elementPeriod 5 elementperiod 6 elementPeriod 7 elementPeriod 8 elementperiodic tableperiodic table blockperiodic table groupperiodic table periodPeriodic table seriesPeriodic table (alternate)Periodic table (big)Periodic table (electron configurations)Periodic table (extended)Periodic table (large version)Periodic table (metals and non-metals)Periodic table (standard)Periodic table (wide) — Periodicity — PerlitepesticidePetalitePeter D. MitchellPeter DebyepH — phases of matter — Phenacitephenol — phenyl — PhlogopitePhosphoritePhosphorusPhosphoric acid — Phthalates — PhyllitePhysical chemistry — physics — physiologically active compound — picometre — Picric acidPlagioclasePlatinumPlutoniumPnictogenPollucitepollutionPoloniumpolymerPolymerizationPoor metalPorphyrinPotassiumPotassium nitrate — Pourbaix diagram — PraseodymiumPrehnitePromethium — Propane — ProtactiniumProteinProtonPumicePumicitePurinePutrescinePyridinePyrimidinePyritePyrochlore — Pyroluria — PyroxenePyrrole

Q

Quantitative analysis — Quantum chemistryQuartzQuartzite

R

radical (chemistry)radioisotopeRadiumRadonRadon fluorideRaman spectroscopyRaoult's lawRedoxReductionRefluxReversible reaction — Rhazes — RheniumRhodiumRhyoliteRhyoliticRichard Adolf Zsigmondy — Richard Kuhn — Richard Laurence Millington SyngeRichard Martin WillstätterRichard R. ErnstRichard SmalleyRiebeckiteRoald HoffmannRobert Bruce MerrifieldRobert Burns WoodwardRobert CurlRobert G. ParrRobert HuberRobert S. MullikenRobert Wilhelm BunsenRock crystalRoentgenium — Ronald George Wreyford Norrish — Rose quartzRoumaniteRubidiumRuby — Rudolph A. Marcus — Rudolph PariserRutheniumRutherfordiumRutileRyoji Noyori

S

s-block — s-orbital — S.P.L. Sørensen — salt — Saltpetre — Salvinorin-ASamariumSamarskite — Sand — SapphireSardScandiumScheeliteSchist — scientific notation — SeaborgiumSeleniumsemiconductorSerpentineSISidney AltmanSilanesiliconSilicon dioxideSillimaniteSimple aromatic ringssilverSimetite — Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood — Sir Robert Robinson — Sir William Ramsayskeletal formula — skin — SmectiteSmoky quartzSoapstoneSoda nitersodiumSodium bicarbonateSodium carbonateSodium chlorideSodium CitrateSodium cyanideSodium hydroxideSodium hypochloritesolid — solid state chemistry — solublesolutionSolventsolvationsolvent — species — Specific heat capacitySpectroscopySpeed of soundSperryliteSpinelSpodumenestable isotopestandard temperature and pressureStandard Ambient Temperature and Pressure — Stanford Moore — StanniteStantienite — State of matter — StauroliteSteatiteStereochemistryStoichiometryStrontianiteStrontiumstructural formulaSublimationsulfatesulfurSulfur dioxideSulfuric acidsuperconductorsurface chemistrysuspension (chemistry)Svante ArrheniusSyeniteSylvitesynthetic radioisotopesystematic element name

T

TabunTalcTalcumTantaliteTantalumTanzaniteTealliteTechnetium — Telluride — TelluriumTerbiumTetrylThallium — Theodor Svedberg — Theodore William RichardsThermal conductivityThermochemistrythermometerThiaminthioetherThomas GrahamThomas R. CechThoriumThortveititeThuliumTimeline of biology and organic chemistryTinTitaniteTitaniumTitanium dioxideTitrationTolueneTopazTourmaline — toxic — transition metalTremoliteTrinitrotoluenetriple pointTroctoliteTuffTungstenTurquoiseTuttyTyrosine

U

UlexiteUN numberUnnilenniumUnnilhexiumUnniloctiumUnnilpentiumUnnilquadiumUnnilseptiumUnunbiumUnunhexiumUnunniliumUnunoctiumUnunpentiumUnunquadiumUnunseptiumUnuntriumUnununium — Uralite — UraniniteUraniumUreaUric acidUV/VIS spectroscopy

V

Valencevan der Waals radiusvan der Waals' forceVanadium — Vapor pressure — Vapour pressure — vermilion — Victor Grignard — Viktor Meyer — Vincent du Vigneaud — VinylVladimir Prelog — Vladimir Vasilevich Markovnikov —

W

Walter GilbertWalter KohnWalter Norman HaworthWalther Hermann Nernst — water — watt per metre-kelvinWendell Meredith StanleyWilhelm OstwaldWillard Frank LibbyWillemiteWilliam Francis Giauque — William H. Stein — William Hardin Graham — William Hyde WollastonWilliam LipscombWilliam Perkin — William S. Knowles — WiserineWolframiteWollastonite

X

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopyxenonXenotime

Y

YBCOYtterbium — Yttria — YttriumYuan T. Lee

Z

ZeoliteZincZinnwalditeZirconZirconiumZone meltingZyklon BZymurgy

 
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