chemical (part of speech: noun)
peroxide, chloride, bicarbonate, iodide, fulminate, hydrate, disulfide, bisulfate, borax, salt, ethyl, nitrate, chromate, bisulfide, nitride, sulfide, borate, silicate, tetroxide, lactate, citrate, ketone, benzoate, phosphate, carbide, bromide, chemical, oxide, ether, ammonia, fluoride, methyl, monoxide, hydroxide, hydride, cyanide, disulfate, dioxide, acetate, chlorate, acetone, carbon dioxide, formaldehyde, sulfate, alcohol, carbonate
- When we take food we bring into the system sundry nitrogenous and hydrocarbon compounds, each of which is alive with little energies or latent capacities for certain kinds of motion. - "Life Everlasting", John Fiske.
- The preliminary reconnaissance should consist in procuring all the available published and hearsay evidence regarding the occurrence of oil or gas seepages or hydrocarbon deposits in the region; in making preliminary geologic surveys to determine from which formations the oil is to come and the areal distribution of these formations; in determining those general regions in which the surface evidence is supposed to be most favorable for the accumulation of hydrocarbons; and in determining the best routes and methods of transportation. - "The Economic Aspect of Geology", C. K. Leith.
- Chemically, the Feverfew furnishes a blue volatile oil; containing a camphoraceous stearopten, and a liquid hydrocarbon, together with some tannin, and a bitter mucilage. - "Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure", William Thomas Fernie.