chemical compound

chemical compound
(chemistry) a substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight
Syn: ↑compound
Derivationally related forms: ↑compound (for: ↑compound)
Topics: ↑chemistry, ↑chemical science
Hypernyms: ↑chemical, ↑chemical substance
vanillin, ↑acceptor, ↑adduct, ↑antiknock, ↑acid, ↑arsenide, ↑hydrogen cyanide, ↑anionic compound, ↑base, ↑alkali, ↑binary compound, ↑taurine, ↑chromogen, ↑manganese tetroxide, ↑monomer, ↑ozonide, ↑organic compound, ↑ammine, ↑anhydride, ↑azide, ↑bitter principle, ↑buffer, ↑calcium-cyanamide, ↑cyanamide, ↑carbonyl, ↑carbon disulfide, ↑cofactor, ↑cementite, ↑iron carbide, ↑chloropicrin, ↑nitrochloroform, ↑complex, ↑coordination compound, ↑allomorph, ↑corrosive, ↑aluminate, ↑defoliant, ↑depilatory, ↑derivative, ↑dimer, ↑fixing agent, ↑fixer, ↑flavone, ↑formulation, ↑preparation, ↑enantiomorph, ↑enantiomer, ↑exotherm, ↑goitrogen, ↑benzofuran, ↑coumarone, ↑cumarone, ↑synthetic, ↑synthetic substance, ↑hydrate, ↑hydroxide, ↑incense, ↑inorganic compound, ↑repellent, ↑repellant, ↑iodocompound, ↑isomer, ↑hydrated oxide, ↑menthol, ↑nitrogen mustard, ↑nitride, ↑oxide, ↑polymer, ↑preservative, ↑quinone, ↑benzoquinone, ↑salt, ↑caustic, ↑nitrate, ↑chloride, ↑heterocyclic compound, ↑heterocyclic, ↑heterocycle, ↑silicide, ↑siloxane, ↑solvate, ↑sternutator, ↑sternutatory, ↑stripper, ↑sulfide, ↑sulphide, ↑telluride, ↑tenderizer, ↑tenderiser, ↑tetrachloride, ↑triazine, ↑yellowcake, ↑U308, ↑enamel, ↑pregnanediol

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