List of chemistry topics

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Chemical compounds are listed separately at list of organic compounds, list of inorganic compounds or list of biomolecules.

A

Abichite — Acetaldehyde — Acetaminophen — Acetic acid — Acetone — acetyl — Acetylcholine — Acetylene — acid — Acrylamide — Actinide — Actinium — Actinolite — Activation energy — Adolf Friedrich Johann Butenandt — Adolf Otto Reinhold Windaus — Adolph Wilhelm Hermann Kolbe — Agate — Ahmed H. Zewail — Alabaster — Alan G MacDiarmid — Alan J Heeger — Albertus Magnus — Albite — alchemical symbol — alchemist — Alchemy — alcohol — aldehyde — Alexandrite — Alfred Stock — Alfred Werner — alicyclic compound — aliphatic compound — Alkali — Alkali metal — Alkaline earth — alkane — alkene — Allingite — allotrope — Allotropy — alloy — Alum — Aluminium — Aluminium gallium arsenide — Aluminium oxide — Alunite — Alvite — amalgams — Amazonite — Amber — Amblygonite — Amedeo Avogadro — Americium — Amethyst — amide — amine — amino acid — Ammonia — ammonium — Ammonium nitrate — Ammonium perchlorate — Amphibole — Analcim — Analcite — Analytical chemistry — Anatase — Andalusite — Andesite — Anglesite — Anorthite — Anorthoclase — Anorthosite — Antimony — Antoine Lavoisier — Apatite — Aquamarine — Aragonite — Archer John Porter Martin — aromatic hydrocarbon — argon — Arne Wilhelm Kaurin Tiselius — aromatic amine — aromatic compound — Arrhenius equation — arsenic — Arthur Harden — Artturi Ilmari Virtanen — Arfvedsonite — Asbestos — Astatine — Astrochemistry — atom — atomic absorption spectroscopy — atomic mass — atomic mass unit — Atomic nucleus — atomic number — Atomic orbital — Atomic radius — Atomic weight — Auger electron spectroscopy — Augite — Axinite — Azurite —

B

Baddeleyite —
Barite —
Barium —
barometer —
Basalt —
base —
Bastnasite —
battery —
Bauxite —
Beckerite —
Benzene —
benzene ring —
Berkelium —
Beryl —
Beryllium —
Bicarbonate —
Bioaccumulate —
Biochemistry —
Bioinformatics —
Biotite —
Bismuth —
Boehmite —
Bohr model —
Bohrium —
Boiling point —
Borane —
Borax —
Boric acid —
Bornite —
Boron —
Boron group —
Boron nitride —
Brass —
Bromine —
Brucite —
Buffer solution —
Bunsen burner —
Burette —
Burmite —
Butane —
n-Butyllithium —
tert-Butyllithium —
sec-Butyllithium —
Bytownite —

C

cadmium — Calamine — Calcite — Calcium — Calcium carbonate — Calcium oxide — Californium — calomel — Calorimeter — Canfieldite — Carbohydrate — carbon — carbon dioxide — Carbon group — carbon monoxide — carbonate — carbonation — Carbonic acid — carbonyl — carboxylic acid — Carl Bosch — Carl Remigius Fresenius — Carl Wilhelm Scheele — Carnallite — Carnelian — Carnotite — CAS registry number — Cassiterite — catalyst — Cationic — caustic soda — Celadonite — Celestine — Celsius — central nervous system — Cerium — Cerussite — Caesium — Chabasite — Chalcedony — Chalcogen — Chalcopyrite — Chalcocite — Chalk — Charles J. Pedersen — Chemical bond — chemical element — Chemical elements named after people — Chemical elements named after places — Chemical engineering — Chemical equilibrium — chemical formula — Chemical nomenclature — chemical property — Chemical reaction — Chemical series — Chemical thermodynamics — Cheminformatics — chemist — chemistry — Chemistry basic topics — Chirality — Chloride — Chlorin — chlorine — Chlorite — chocolate — Christian B. Anfinsen — Chromatography — Chromite — Chromium — Chrysoberyl — Chrysolite — cinnabar — Cinnabarite — Citric acid — Citrine quartz — Clay — Cleveite — Coal — Cobalt — Coinage metal — Colemanite — colloid — color — Colorimeter — Coltan — Columbite — Combinatorial chemistry — complex — compound — computational chemistry — Concentration — condensation polymer — Condensation reaction — Cooperite — Copper — corderoite — Cordierite — Corrin — corrosion — Corundum — cosmetics — covalent bond — Covalent radius — Covellite — Crocidolite — Crookesite — Cryolite — crystal — Crystal structure — cubic metre per mole — Cumene process — Cuprite — Curium — cyanide — Cyclopentadiene — Cylindrite — Cymophane — Cytosine —

D

d-blockDarmstadtiumDatolitedecay energydecay modedecay productdecomposition temperatureDelessiteDensityDepositionDerek Harold Richard BartonDeuteriumdiamondDiasporeDiatomitediffusion pumpDiopsideDioriteDipoleDiscovery of the chemical elementsDistillationDmitriy MendeleyevDolomiteDonald J. CramDorothy Crowfoot HodgkinDubniumDudley R. HerschbachDysprosium

E

Eduard Buchner — Edwin Mattison McMillan — Einsteinium — Electrical conductivity — electricity — Electrochemical cell — Electrochemistry — electrode — Electrode potential — electrolysis — Electrolyte — Electrolytic cell — electromagnetic spectroscopy — electron — electron capture — electron configuration — electron shell — electron volt — electronegativity — electrophile — element — element symbol — Elements song — Elias James Corey — Emerald — Emil Hermann Fischer — Emil Knoevenagel — emulsion — energy level — Enthalpy — Entropy — environmental chemistry — Enzyme — Epidiorite — Epinephrine — Epoxyethane — Epsom salt — Erbium — Ernest Rutherford — Ernst Otto Fischer — ester — Ethanol — ethene — ether — Europium — Euxenite — explosive —

F

f-block — f-orbital — F. Sherwood Rowland — Fahrenheit — Fat — Feldspar — Felsic — Ferberite — Fergusonite — Fermium — Ferrocene — Filtration — Flint — Fluorapatite — fluorescence spectroscopy — fluorine — Fluorite — Fluorspar — Formaldehyde — Formic acid — Fractional freezing — Francis William Aston — Francium — Francois Auguste Victor Grignard — Franckeite — Franklinite — Franz Joseph Emil Fischer — Frederick Sanger — Frederick Soddy — freezing point — Friedrich Bergius — Friedrich Woehler — Fritz Haber — Fritz Pregl — Frédéric Joliot — functional group — fur —

G

g-block — Gabbro — Gadolinite — Gadolinium — Galena — gallium — Gallium arsenide — Garnet — gas — gaseous — Gedanite — Geometric isomerism — Geoffrey Wilkinson — Georg Wittig — George A. Olah — George de Hevesy — George Porter — Gerhard Herzberg — Germanite — Germanium — Gibbsite — Gilbert Stork — Giulio Natta — Glauconite — Glenn T. Seaborg — Glessite — Glucose — Glycerine — Glycine — Gneiss — Goethite — gold — Granite — Graphite — Group 1 element — Group 10 element — group 12 element — Group 2 element — Group 3 element — Group 4 element — Group 5 element — Group 6 element — Group 7 element — Group 8 element — Group 9 element — Gypsum —

H

H. M. Rouell — Hafnium — half-life — Halite — halogen — halogenoalkane — Hans Fischer — Hans Karl August Simon von Euler-Chelpin — Harold Clayton Urey — Harold Kroto — Hartmut Michel — Hassium — heat — Heat of fusion — Heat of vaporization — Heavy metal (chemistry) — Heinrich Otto Wieland — Helium — Hematite — Hemoglobin — Henri Louis le Chatelier — Henri Moissan — Henry Taube — Heptane — Herbert A. Hauptman — Herbert C. Brown — Hermann Emil Fischer — Hermann Staudinger — heterocyclic compound — Hexane — Hiddenite — Hideki Shirakawa — High performance liquid chromatography — Histidine — Holmium — Hornblende — Hübnerite — Humphry Davy — Hund's rule — Hutchinsonite — Hyalite — Hydrazine — hydrocarbon — Hydrochloric acid — hydrogen — Hydrogen bond — Hydrogen cyanide — Hydrogen peroxide — Hydrogen sulfide — Hydrolysis — hydroxide — hydroxyl —

I

ice — Idocrase — Illite — Ilmenite — Ilya Prigogine — Indium — infrared spectroscopy — Inorganic chemistry — Intermolecular force — International Temperature Scale — International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry — Iodine — Ion — Ionic bond — ionization potential — Irene Joliot-Curie — Iridium — iron — Iron (III) oxide — Irving Langmuir — isocyanate — Isomer — isoprene — isotope — Isotope table (complete) — Isotope table (divided) — Israel Shahak — IUPAC —

J

J. H. van 't Hoff — Jade — James Batcheller Sumner — James Dewar — Jaroslav Heyrovský — Jasper — Jean-Marie Lehn — Jens C. Skou — Jerome Karle — Johan August Arfwedson — Johan Gadolin — Johann Deisenhofer — Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Adolf von Baeyer — Johann Wolfgang Döbereiner — Johannes Diderik van der Waals — John Pople — John Alexander Reina Newlands — John C. Polanyi — John Cowdery Kendrew — John Dalton — John E. Walker — John Ernest Walker — John Fenn — John Howard Northrop — John Pople — John Warcup Cornforth — Jöns Jakob Berzelius — Joseph Priestley — joule per kilogram-kelvin — Justus von Liebig —

K

K. Barry Sharpless — Kainite — Kalsilite — Kamacite — Kaolinite — Karl Ziegler — Kary Mullis — Keilhauite — Kelvin — Kenichi Fukui — Kernite — ketone — kilogram per cubic metre — kilojoule per mole — Kimberlite — Kinetics — Kobellite — Koichi Tanaka — Krantzite — krypton — Kunzite — Kurt Alder — Kurt Heinrich Meyer — Kurt Wüthrich — Kyanite —

L

Labradorite — Lactic acid — Lanthanide — Lanthanum — Lapis lazuli — Lars Onsager — Lawrencium — Lazurite — Le Chatelier's principle — Lead — Leopold Ruzicka — Lepidolite — Leucite — Lewis acid — Lewis base — Ligand — Lignite — Limestone — Limonite — Linus Pauling — liquid — Lise Meitner — List of alchemical substances — List of alloys — List of biochemistry topics — List of biomolecules — List of chemists — list of compounds — List of elements by name — List of elements by number — List of elements by symbol — List of elements named after people — List of elements named after places — List of inorganic compounds — List of inorganic compounds by element — List of organic compounds — List of scientific journals in chemistry — Lithium — liver — livingstonite — Lodestone — Lonsdaleite — Lorandite — Lord Todd — Lothar Meyer — Louis Pasteur — Luis F. Leloir — Lutetium —

M

"
Magnesite — Magnesium — magnetic resonance — magnetism — Magnetite — Malachite — Malacolite — Manfred Eigen — Manganese — Marble — Marcasite — Marie Curie — Mario J. Molina — Marl — mass — mass spectrometer — materials science — Max Ferdinand Perutz — medicine — Meerschaum — mega — Meitnerium — Melting point — Melvin Calvin — Mendelevium — Mendozite — Menilite — Mercury (II) sulfide — Mercury (I) chloride — Mercury (element) — Mercury (II) chloride — mercury fulminate — mercury-vapor lamp — Metacinnabarite — metal — metal halide — Metallic bond — Metalloid — Methane — Methanol — methyl — Methyl isocyanate — methylene —Methyllithium — Methylmercury — metre per second — Mica — Michael Faraday — Michael Smith (chemist) — Microcline — Milk quartz — millinery — mineral — mineralogy — mixture — Mohs hardness scale — Molar mass — Molar volume — mole (unit) — Molecular dynamics — Molecular mechanics — Molecular modeling — Molecular orbital — molecule — Molybdenite — Molybdenum — Molybdenum disulfide — Monazite — Morganite — Mossbauer spectroscopy — Muscovite — Mustard gas —

N

Naphthalene — natural abundance — Neodymium — neon — Nephiline — Neptunium — Nernst equation — neutron — neutron activation analysis — Nickel — Nikolay Nikolaevich Semenov — Nils Gabriel Sefström — Niobite — Niobite-tantalite — Niobium — nitrate — Nitric acid — Nitric oxide — nitrogen — Nitrogen dioxide — Nitroglycerine — Nitrous oxide — Nobel Prize in Chemistry — Nobelium — Noble gas — Nonmetal — nuclear magnetic resonance — Nucleic Acid — Nucleophile —

O

Octane — Odd Hassel — ohm — Olivine — Opal — Optical isomerism — Organic chemistry — organic compound — Organic nomenclature — Organic reaction — Organic synthesis —Organolithium reagent — Orthoclase — Osmium — Osmium tetroxide — Otto Hahn — Otto Paul Hermann Diels — Otto Wallach — Oxidation — Oxidation number — oxidation state — oxide — oxygen —

P

p-block — paint — Palagonite — Palladium — Parabens — Partial pressure — Pascal (unit) — Paul Berg — Paul D. Boyer — Paul J. Crutzen — Paul J. Flory — Paul Karrer — Paul Sabatier — Pauling scale — Pegmatite — Pentlandite — Peptide — perchlorate — Peridotite — Period 1 element — Period 2 element — Period 3 element — Period 4 element — Period 5 element — period 6 element — Period 7 element — Period 8 element — periodic table — periodic table block — periodic table group — periodic table period — Periodic table series — Periodic table (alternate) — Periodic table (big) — Periodic table (electron configurations) — Periodic table (extended) — Periodic table (large version) — Periodic table (metals and non-metals) — Periodic table (standard) — Periodic table (wide) — Periodicity — Perlite — pesticide — Petalite — Peter D. Mitchell — Peter Debye — pH — phases of matter — Phenacite — phenol — phenyl — Phlogopite — Phosphorite — Phosphorus — Phosphoric acid — Phthalates — Phyllite — Physical chemistry — physics — physiologically active compound — picometre — Picric acid — Plagioclase — Platinum — Plutonium — Pnictogen — Pollucite — pollution — Polonium — polymer — Polymerization — Poor metal — Porphyrin — Potassium — Potassium nitrate — Pourbaix diagram — Praseodymium — Prehnite — Promethium — Propane — Protactinium — Protein — Proton — Pumice — Pumicite — Purine — Putrescine — Pyridine — Pyrimidine — Pyrite — Pyrochlore — Pyroluria — Pyroxene — Pyrrole —

Q

Quantitative analysis —
Quantum chemistry —
Quartz —
Quartzite

R

radical (chemistry) — radioisotope — Radium — Radon — Radon fluoride — Raman spectroscopy — Raoult's law — Redox — Reduction — Reflux — Reversible reaction — Rhazes — Rhenium — Rhodium — Rhyolite — Rhyolitic — Richard Adolf Zsigmondy — Richard Kuhn — Richard Laurence Millington Synge — Richard Martin Willstätter — Richard R. Ernst — Richard Smalley — Riebeckite — Roald Hoffmann — Robert Bruce Merrifield — Robert Burns Woodward — Robert Curl — Robert G. Parr — Robert Huber — Robert S. Mulliken — Robert Wilhelm Bunsen — Rock crystal — Roentgenium — Ronald George Wreyford Norrish — Rose quartz — Roumanite — Rubidium — Ruby — Rudolph A. Marcus — Rudolph Pariser — Ruthenium — Rutherfordium — Rutile — Ryoji Noyori —

S

s-block — s-orbital — S.P.L. Sørensen — salt — Saltpetre — Salvinorin-A — Samarium — Samarskite — Sand — Sapphire — Sard — Scandium — Scheelite — Schist — scientific notation — Seaborgium — Selenium — semiconductor — Serpentine — SI — Sidney Altman — Silane — silicon — Silicon dioxide — Sillimanite — Simple aromatic rings — silver — Simetite — Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood — Sir Robert Robinson — Sir William Ramsay — skeletal formula — skin — Smectite — Smoky quartz — Soapstone — Soda niter — sodium — Sodium bicarbonate — Sodium carbonate — Sodium chloride — Sodium Citrate — Sodium cyanide — Sodium hydroxide — Sodium hypochlorite — solid — solid state chemistry — soluble — solution — Solvent — solvation — solvent — species — Specific heat capacity — Spectroscopy — Speed of sound — Sperrylite — Spinel — Spodumene — stable isotope — standard temperature and pressure — Standard Ambient Temperature and Pressure — Stanford Moore — Stannite — Stantienite — State of matter — Staurolite — Steatite — Stereochemistry — Stoichiometry — Strontianite — Strontium — structural formula — Sublimation — sulfate — sulfur — Sulfur dioxide — Sulfuric acid — superconductor — surface chemistry— suspension (chemistry) — Svante Arrhenius — Syenite — Sylvite — synthetic radioisotope — systematic element name —

T

Tabun — Talc — Talcum — Tantalite — Tantalum — Tanzanite — Teallite — Technetium — Telluride — Tellurium — Terbium — Tetryl — Thallium — Theodor Svedberg — Theodore William Richards — Thermal conductivity — Thermochemistry — thermometer — Thiamin — thioether — Thomas Graham — Thomas R. Cech — Thorium — Thortveitite — Thulium — Timeline of biology and organic chemistry — Tin — Titanite — Titanium — Titanium dioxide — Titration — Toluene — Topaz — Tourmaline — toxic — transition metal — Tremolite — Trinitrotoluene — triple point — Troctolite — Tuff — Tungsten — Turquoise — Tutty — Tyrosine —

U

Ulexite — UN number — Unnilennium — Unnilhexium — Unniloctium — Unnilpentium — Unnilquadium — Unnilseptium — Ununbium — Ununhexium — Ununnilium — Ununoctium — Ununpentium — Ununquadium — Ununseptium — Ununtrium — Unununium — Uralite — Uraninite — Uranium — Urea — Uric acid — UV/VIS spectroscopy —

V

Valence — van der Waals radius — van der Waals force — Vanadium — Vapor pressure — Vapour pressure — vermilion — Victor Grignard — Viktor Meyer — Vincent du Vigneaud — Vinyl — Vladimir Prelog — Vladimir Vasilevich Markovnikov —

W

Walter Gilbert — Walter Kohn — Walter Norman Haworth — Walther Hermann Nernst — water — watt per metre-kelvin — Wendell Meredith Stanley — Wilhelm Ostwald — Willard Frank Libby — Willemite — William Francis Giauque — William H. Stein — William Hardin Graham — William Hyde Wollaston — William Lipscomb — William Perkin — William S. Knowles — Wiserine — Wolframite — Wollastonite —

X

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy — xenon — Xenotime —

Y

YBCO — Ytterbium — Yttria — Yttrium — Yuan T. Lee —

Z

Zeolite —
Zinc —
Zinnwaldite —
Zircon —
Zirconium —
Zone melting —
Zyklon B —
Zymurgy


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