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- adv. Using a chemical reaction, process, or operation.
- adv. According to the principles of chemistry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. According to chemical principles; by chemical process or operation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a chemical manner; according to chemical principles; in a chemical sense; by a chemical process or operation: as, a chemically active substance; a surface chemically clean.
- By alchemy or alchemical means or processes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to chemistry
- adv. with chemicals
Severe respiratory issues culminating in chemically-induced pneumonia, which I personally experienced on my first trip to the coast, are common.
It is also a corrosive agent - unless it is contained in chemically resistant vessels, it will eat away at them, eventually weakening them to the point of failure.
Interestingly, the melanin in fungi is no different chemically from the melanin in our skin, leading Casadevall to speculate that melanin could be providing energy to skin cells.
Please state your claims about replicators in chemically equivalent terms that do not lean on distinct equivocating meanings to "association" or "codes".
Argon is a noble gas and is easy to separate chemically from a large amount of chlorine-rich solvent.
In addition, we performed the first pulsed time-domain chemically-induced dynamic nuclear polarization (CIDNP) experiments.
This emanation, for which the name niton has been proposed, seems to have the characteristics of an element, and chemically is most like the so-called noble gases, whose discovery was rewarded at the time with the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.
(Tr.)  It is now well accepted that Thales cannot be regarded as propounding a materialistic theory when he declares that everything is derived from water; for with him, "water" stands not merely for the substance that we call chemically "H2O," but for the "spirit that is in water" as well -- the water-spirit is the _Grundprincip_.
If anything it would be more accurately called a chemically altered sweetener.
A new material called chemically modified graphene (CMG) may lead to ultracapacitors that can store about twice as much electrical charge as is possible with current commercially available materials, thus offering a nanotech energy storage solution that could help make solar and wind power practical alternative energy sources.