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chem

 (kĕm)
n. Informal
Chemistry, especially as an academic subject.

chem-

var. of chemo- before a vowel: chemosmosis.

chem.

1. chemical.
2. chemist.
3. chemistry.
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ORG CHEM Group is active in taking refinery stocks and creating unique and specialty products with their proprietary distillation capabilities.
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AACC Hosts the International Congress on Clinical Chemistry, 9-14 September 1956, in New York, and Clinical Chemistry publishes the abstracts (Clin Chem 1956;2:225-95 and 383-93).
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He most recently worked with Linear Source prior to joining Trust Chem.
A Government probe in the 1980s into the spate of eye disease found no link with the Re- Chem plant and it closed in 1984 for "financial reasons".
Barry Ekstrand has been appointed President of Chem Rock, where he will focus on business expansion by leveraging Chem Rock's unique well stimulation and well fracture technology and track record for delivering improved well economics.
Trust Chem supplies to their customers throughout the world from their own joint venture factories and from a large number of the leading pigment factories in China.
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