Translation of chemistry in Spanish:


química, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɛməstri/ /ˈkɛmɪstri/


  • 1

    química feminine
    • The plight of other sciences like physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics however, has not been recognised.
    • So I did a first year dentistry course which was physics, chemistry, maths and science.
    • It includes some of all the other sciences: physics, chemistry, and even biology in the form of nuclear medicine.
    • Industrial chemistry is the branch of chemistry which deals with raw materials.
    • Those of you in the field of medicine, chemistry or occult sciences will be successful.
    • Although primarily interested in mathematics, he also dabbles in physics, chemistry and computer science.
    • In any event, there seems no doubt that chemistry was the science of choice for Romantics.
    • We are also very interested in those with physics, computer science, mathematics and chemistry backgrounds.
    • Many Swedish Americans have become distinguished in the field of science, especially in chemistry and physics.
    • Clearly, empirically derived premises are more relevant to empirical sciences like physics and chemistry.
    • In high school, I was interested in math and science, particularly chemistry and biology.
    • This study provides a new tool to botanical scientists by merging areas of materials science, chemistry and plant biology.
    • After an interview at Birkbeck University in London this week, she was offered a place to study science, majoring in chemistry, starting in January.
    • He lectured on analysis, physics, mechanics, chemistry, and engineering topics.
    • On the one hand, alchemy is regarded as a precursor of the modern science of chemistry.
    • The sciences are well served in a number of leading fields, including astronomy, chemistry, medicine, and engineering.
    • I can confirm this is also true of chemistry, physics, medicine, engineering and mathematics textbooks.
    • The other four Nobel prizes, for chemistry, physics, medicine and literature, are given in Sweden.
    • He studied physics as his main subject but took mathematics, astronomy and chemistry as minor subjects.
    • In most schools the disciplines of physics, biology and chemistry have given way to a broader study of ‘science’ worth two GCSEs.
  • 2

    propiedades feminine
    comportamiento masculine
    • Many studies have observed significant changes in soil chemistry created by mound building animals in a wide range of habitats.
    • Not surprisingly, since the target molecules vary, insecticide chemistries vary.
    • Then we could study their brain chemistry and try to figure it out.
    • They are mainly based on acrylic and urethane chemistries, as well as some epoxies and silicones.
    • The liver chemistries of all patients were compared after six months.
    • Cotton's career parallels the rise in transition metal organometallic chemistry.
    • In the early days, rocket science was a mixture of propellant chemistry, engineering, and a lot of luck.
    • His research focuses on the interface between synthetic organic chemistry and organosilicon chemistry.
    • But in a second, related study, scientists say the sink effect is now changing ocean chemistry.
    • Sick plants or plants grown in contaminated soil may have altered chemistries.
    • Parker's body chemistry is drastically altered after the accidental bite.
    • AGB stars in which the abundance of carbon atoms exceeds that of oxygen atoms have chemistries dominated by carbon and are known as carbon stars.
    • Other markers of kidney damage include abnormalities in urine sediment, blood, and urine chemistries, and abnormal findings on imaging studies.
    • Once the transfer layer is exposed, the gas chemistry for the reactive ion etch consists of oxygen alone.
    • Like falling estrogen levels, stress can alter your brain chemistry and deplete serotonin.
    • The widespread frequency of serum blood chemistry analyses in medicine requires an appropriate guideline for evaluating abnormal test results.
    • His white blood cell count, blood chemistries, and transaminase levels were within normal limits.
    • It is thus interesting to consider how these intrinsic differences between protein and RNA chemistries impact the nature of how these molecules fold.
    • As water moves and chemical reactions occur, the chemistry of the water changes and its properties are altered.
    • ‘After screening different sugar ester chemistries, we identified the most active chemical forms - ones that killed test insects instantly,’ says the scientist.
  • 3

    sintonía feminine
    vibraciones feminine
    the chemistry of love/worker-management relations la sintonía del amor/de las relaciones empleado-dirección
    • good/bad chemistry buena/mala sintonía
    • the chemistry between us was wrong entre nosotros no existía esa atracción mutua indispensable
    • a certain chemistry develops between the performer and his audience se establece una comunicación muy especial entre el artista y su público
    • Since the film is a character drama, it relies very heavily on the interaction and chemistry between the characters.
    • There's clearly something between these two, although it's more in the nature of sexual chemistry than love.
    • Anyway, he was charming, funny, smart and we had complete chemistry.
    • Much of this rests on personal relationships and chemistry.
    • They have the chemistry of lovers and the rawness of siblings.
    • Most baseball men subscribe to familiar truisms about talent, character, and the chemistry of winning teams.
    • And I guess also the chemistry of the people who are on the show is good.
    • We were both caught up in the moment, the excitement, the chemistry.
    • When you meet someone and the chemistry is there, you don't know why, you don't know how, but it's there.
    • Your parents have probably noticed the chemistry between you so if you want to level with them, go ahead.
    • And the chemistry is every bit as important as whether you happen to agree on every issue.
    • Sometimes, you know, the chemistry works and you just click into action with someone.
    • I'm surprised the chemistry between them has developed so quickly.
    • A lot of that would depend on the chemistry between two actors.
    • These two don't strike sparks, but there is a palpable chemistry.
    • If the chemistry is not there, then I don't bother.
    • A certain chemistry is lacking between the romantic leads.
    • Next Generation tried to copy the chemistry with Picard, Riker, and Troy - but it just didn't work.
    • They have a chemistry that's as funny as George Burns and Gracie Allen.
    • And I was wondering if the chemistry that you guys have on your show, if it continues when you guys are off air?
    • If the chemistry is right, they can be fun, rowdy, and filled with a bit of harmless debauchery.