The woman cutting my hair asked if I got a chemical peel, because my face was so “swollen and dry.”
There was, in the immediate aftermath of the August 21 chemical weapons attack, general silence in the Jewish establishment.
“We cannot have a situation in which chemical or biological weapons are falling into the hands of the wrong people,” Obama said.
None could enter until they passed tests showing no detectable traces of the chemical.
Other than weapon systems and facilities, Syrian soldiers working in chemical units are another likely target for attack.
The town has cotton factories, calico print-works, iron-works and chemical works.
In this sense, and in this sense only, is chemical affinity converted into heat.
Near the further end a low arched passage branched away from it and led to the chemical laboratory.
"Bright represents the workers in chemical factories," he explained.
It has been discovered that human bodies are composed of chemical elements just as are cabbages and doctors' prescriptions.
chemical chem·i·cal (kěm'ĭ-kəl)
Of or relating to chemistry.
Of or relating to the properties or actions of chemicals.
A substance with a distinct molecular composition that is produced by or used in a chemical process.
A drug, especially an illicit or addictive one.