astrochemistry love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The chemistry of stars and interstellar space.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun That part of astronomy which treats of what is known of the chemistry of the celestial bodies.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun the branch of science involving astronomy and chemistry which studies the chemical composition, chemical reactions, and evolution of matter in outer space.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun chemistry, astronomy The study of the chemical composition of stars and outer space

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  • A look at astrochemistry is really a look into our own origins as living beings on the planet Earth.

    Archive 2009-02-13

  • A look at astrochemistry is really a look into our own origins as living beings on the planet Earth.

    Radio Astrochemistry

  • They are astrobiologists now, but have backgrounds in physics, planetary sciences, and astrochemistry.

    First Contact

  • Remember, you can learn more about ALMA, the Atacama Large Millimeter Array, an up-and-coming radio telescope high in the Chilean Andes that will probe astrochemistry like never before, from their website, Richard Drumm's 365DoA podcast, or my first URSI update.

    Archive 2009-02-13

  • Remember, you can learn more about ALMA, the Atacama Large Millimeter Array, an up-and-coming radio telescope high in the Chilean Andes that will probe astrochemistry like never before, from their website, Richard Drumm's 365DoA podcast, or my first URSI update.

    Radio Astrochemistry

  • I might have written more, if I'd not had to spend so much time reading and researching and answering questions about astrochemistry, spectroscopy, exogenesis, organic chemistry, and South Korean history.

    "Ko agi agi boroi tika oli oe lau?"*

  • They are astrobiologists now, but have backgrounds in physics, planetary sciences, and astrochemistry.

    First Contact

  • It would probably also be to your benefit to look up some of the simple molecules found in astrochemistry, and of the interesting condensation reactions that some simple carbonyl compounds spontaneously undergo to give surprisingly complex molecules, sometimes with high diastereoselectivities even in the absence of chiral input.

    Ten Questions to Ask Your Biology Teacher - The Panda's Thumb

  • An entirely new branch of chemistry developed, with consequences in such diverse areas as astrochemistry, superconductivity and materials chemistry/physics.

    Press Release: The 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  • "With millimeter and submillimeter waves, we can watch planet formation, investigate astrochemistry and detect the light that is finally reaching us from the universe's earliest galaxies," said Alison Peck, an NRAO astronomer serving as ALMA deputy project scientist during construction.

    FOXNews.com

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