Examples of chemist in a Sentence
let's ask the chemist whether it's safe to take these two drugs together
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The 2,300 square foot building also includes custom Italian engraved features and a chemist's dream laboratory for brewing coffee.
In the late '30s, Conant was a brilliant chemist, a veteran of poison gas production during World War I, and a successful president of Harvard University.
Lynda Deschambault, a chemist and physical scientist who left the E.P.A. at the end of August after 26 years, said her office in Region 9, based in San Francisco, had been hollowed out.
Masha, one of the group of young Russians profiled by the author, trained as a chemist, is a tough, savvy survivor who makes good money helping hide bribes in the Russian health care system.
Wilma Subra is a chemist and long-time environmental activist in Louisiana.
Medicinal chemists have the demanding job of examining these interactions to find those involved in disease, and then to find drugs that treat the disease without causing unendurable side effects.
Though the basic recipe of sand, soda and lime remains the industry’s core, first alchemists and then chemists have tinkered with the ingredients over the centuries to produce specialised products.
Physicists and chemists routinely use computers to simulate how atoms and molecules behave.
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