chem lab

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Noun1.chem lab - a laboratory for research in chemistrychem lab - a laboratory for research in chemistry
lab, laboratory, research lab, research laboratory, science lab, science laboratory - a workplace for the conduct of scientific research
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Healthy eating need not be as precise as a Chem lab experiment.
I only saw the pictures, so I'm not sure exactly what was accomplished by having players re-enact chem lab at an event previewing the football season.
Firmly in the present day, "A Very Baba Yaga Halloween" by Joy Preble sees the famous witch cruising neighborhoods for candy, while Mari Mancusi's "Some Like it Hot" depicts the trials of dragon dating, when raging hormones can result in blowing up the chem lab.
Looking like something pilfered from a college chem lab, the Japanese slow-drip contraptions just inside Temple Coffee Roasters are a clue that this roaster is one serious java joint.
From dissecting earthworms in middle school to synthesizing molecules in a college chem lab -- from early arithmetic to advanced British lit -- it's a long road to the diploma.
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The options for social networking in the scientific community are more plentiful these days than test tubes in a chem lab.
One phrase I've heard time and again, in chem lab, in emergency medical classes and in dating sorority sisters, is "Dose makes the poison.
The primary emphasis was servicing the needs of the Cook Inlet oil fields, but by 1974 the vision of Chem Lab expanded.
Shock products were primarily developed as a marketing tool for add-on sales and increasing margins," says John Calvanico, marketing director at Chem Lab Products Inc.
Starks and his Little Rock businesses, Chem Lab and/or Gunnison Harris & Black Inc.
David Green, manager, analytical chem lab, Argonne (Ill.