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chemical

noun [C]     /ˈkem.ɪ.kəl/
any basic substance which is used in or produced by a reaction involving changes to atoms or molecules 化学品;化学制品 The government has pledged to reduce the amount of chemicals used in food production. 政府承诺减少食品生产中化学制品的用量。 Each year, factories release millions of tonnes of toxic (= poisonous) chemicals into the atmosphere. 每年,工厂将数百万吨的有毒化学物品排放到大气中。 Chemistry - general words
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