Translation of chemist in Spanish:


químico, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɛməst/ /ˈkɛmɪst/


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    químico masculine
    química feminine
    • The first person to appreciate the meaning of such experiments was the English chemist and physicist Henry Cavendish.
    • One researcher with perhaps the greatest reason to hope for success in producing silicon was the English chemist and physicist Humphry Davy.
    • Take for example vinegar, more formally known to chemists as acetic acid, CH 3 COOH.
    • In the field of catalysis, chemists have been searching for catalysts that are stable at high temperatures.
    • Mathematicians don't do experiments the way chemists or biologists or other ‘natural scientists’ do.
    • For instance, consider a chemist who is doing an experiment involving carbon dioxide.
    • My husband was a research chemist working on propellants - a real rocket scientist.
    • Molecular orbital theory is the best explanation of molecular bonding that chemists have.
    • He became a research chemist, then a chemistry and physics teacher at Campbell County High School in Tennessee.
    • Unlike clinical psychologists, research chemists look for underlying reaction mechanism.
    • In flavor production, chemists use steam distillation in preparative and analytical chemistry.
    • The career consultants are a group of more than 70 experienced chemists ready and eager to assist you.
    • It also allows chemists to study molecules without the fear of laboratory accidents and environmental hazards.
    • Now chemists are even using isotopes to help the government enforce its laws.
    • Enthalpy is more useful to chemists than energy when measuring the heat involved in chemical reactions.
    • Only in recent years, with the advent of ultrashort-pulsed lasers, have physicists and chemists observed chemical reactions as they unfold.
    • Materials chemists spend a lot of time and money researching and developing metallic materials.
    • My father is a chemist, working on research of elements such as carbon.
    • Group theory is one of a number of branches of mathematics that have proven useful to chemists and physicists in their work.
    • Around the same time, chemists began drawing the connection between carbon dioxide and plant life.
  • 2British

    farmacéutico masculine
    farmacéutica feminine
    dispensing chemist farmacéutico
    • at the chemist's en la farmacia
    • The higher professional category includes chemists, vets, dentists and barristers.
    • There is still the image that chemists simply dispense medicine after a visit to the doctor.
    • However, it did eventually run out, and the chemist reported that he was no longer allowed to supply it, because the mercury content was potentially dangerous.
    • Doctors noticed an alarming gap between the number of prescriptions written out by doctors and the number actually presented to chemists, revealing that many young people do not bother collecting their medicines.
    • In some cases, accommodation is also provided to dentists, chemists, opticians and social workers to create one-stop primary care centres.
    • Sepa officials are stunned that chemists have been illegally disposing of controlled drugs in this way.
    • It's also worth pointing out that Louis Pasteur - a chemist, not a doctor - was operating on homeopathic principles when he invented the vaccine.
    • On leaving school, Walter was briefly apprenticed to a chemist in Birmingham and spent his leisure time attending medical lectures.
    • Doctors and chemists are being asked to recommend and dispense ORS as the first line of therapy for diarrhoea.
    • If you have allergies that cause nasal congestion, try an oral or spray decongestant available from your chemist.