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Chemically speaking, Molly is an amphetamine with a twist of phenethylamine (a hallucinogen).
Even salt is chemically broken down and rebuilt for optimum flavor.
Dating behavior may differ internationally, but we are all chemically identical in love.
I blasted the Beastie Boys and chemically straightened my curls, drenching them with Sun-In until I, too, had long, golden waves.
The 4-foot-11 Douglas appears to have chemically relaxed natural hair, to which she has added a human-hair ponytail for height.Gabby Douglas Takes Two Olympic Golds—And Hair Criticism|Allison Samuels|August 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Chemically, calcium hydroxide is a moderately strong base, though not so strong as sodium hydroxide.An Elementary Study of Chemistry|William McPherson
Chemically formed Rocks constitute another well-marked class, of which we may take rock-salt as a typical example.Geology|James Geikie
Chemically, the result is a mixture of oxide of iron and partly undecomposed or carbonised prussiate.Field's Chromatography|George Field
Chemically pure glycerine or double distilled glycerine is produced by redistilling "once distilled" glycerine.The Handbook of Soap Manufacture|W. H. Simmons
The above is an excellent process for obtaining a chemically pure acid.