Definition of chemical :
1. A substance used for producing a chemical effect; a reagent.
2. Pertaining to chemistry; characterized or produced by the forces and operations of chemistry; employed in the processes of chemistry; as, chemical changes; chemical combinations.
chemical (part of speech: noun)
peroxide, chromate, bicarbonate, iodide, hydrate, hydride, ether, bisulfate, borax, salt, fluoride, nitrate, citrate, bisulfide, nitride, sulfide, borate, silicate, tetroxide, lactate, cyanide, ketone, benzoate, phosphate, carbide, bromide, chlorate, oxide, ethyl, ammonia, formaldehyde, methyl, monoxide, hydroxide, hydrocarbon, dioxide, disulfide, disulfate, acetate, chloride, acetone, carbon dioxide, fulminate, sulfate, alcohol, carbonate
natural organization (part of speech: adjective)
- Chemical deposits in veins. - "The Student's Elements of Geology", Sir Charles Lyell.
- The conclusion was reached that " the taste and odour were not those of chlorine, but were due to some complex chemical change brought about by the action of the chlorine on the organic matter present in the water." - "Chlorination of Water", Joseph Race.
- On their way to the Astor House to see the sick engineer, McAllister stopped at the Chemical National Bank, on the pretext of procuring the money to pay for the stock, and there called up Police Headquarters. - "McAllister and His Double", Arthur Train.