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The development of new industrial chemical products from organic raw materials, especially from those of agricultural origin.
che·mur′gic (kĭ-mûr′jĭk), che·mur′gi·cal adj.
(Chemistry) the branch of chemistry concerned with the industrial use of organic raw materials, esp materials of agricultural origin
chemˈurgic, chemˈurgical adj
chem•ur•gy(ˈkɛm ɜr dʒi, kəˈmɜr-)
a division of applied chemistry concerned with the industrial use of organic substances.
chem•ur′gic, chem•ur′gi•cal, adj.
the branch of chemistry that deals with the industrial use and application of organic substances. — chemurgic, chemurgical, adj.See also: Industry
The branch of chemistry that deals with the development of new chemical products from organic raw materials.