|of 3 molecules||trimolecular|
|(Chemistry) of monomers, pertaining to molecules capable of combining with other molecules to produce polymers; composed of one part or created from one piece (Biology)||monomeric|
|alcohol with four OH groups, base needing four molecules to react||tetracid|
|any of several enzymes which catalyze the formation of large molecular chains from simpler molecules, enzyme catalyzing polymer||polymerase|
|articulated without friction, clear, consisting of a liquid, convertible to cash, flowing substance, frictionless consonant, made up of molecules that move freely but do not tend to separate; of or comprised of liquids; smooth, fluid; clear, bright; pr...||liquid|
|attempt, become hoarse or change in pitch, blow, break down into smaller molecules, break down psychologically, break into, break into pieces, break open under pressure, break with sharp noise, break without coming fully apart, crack cocaine, crack pur...||crack|
|branch of chemistry dealing with the spatial arrangement of atoms within molecules (Chemistry), study of arrangement of atoms||stereochemistry|
|branch of physics that deals with microscopic objects (elementary particles, molecules, and atoms), study of properties of molecules||microphysics|
|breaking down into smaller molecules, process where heavy molecules of petroleum are broken down into hydrocarbons of lower molecular weight; thermal decomposition, very||cracking|
|cannot be superimposed onto its mirror image (about molecules), not superimposable on its mirror image||chiral|
|cell component that recycles molecules, cytoplasmic cell organelle which contains enzymes that function in intracellular digestion||lysosome|
|change from gas to liquid, form denser molecules, make denser, compress; make shorter, abridge; concentrate; reduce from a gas to a liquid, make something shorter, thicken by removing water||condense|
|changing of a gas into a liquid; compressing; something that has been shortened, conversion of gas to liquid, film of water droplets, formation of denser molecules, making something shorter||condensation|
|chemical change brought about by exposure to heat, decomposition of complex molecules by heat||pyrolysis|
|combination of two or more separate molecules to form a more complex molecule, process of making polymers||polymerization|
|combine two or more separate molecules to form a more complex molecule||polymerize|
|coming together, connection, group, grouping of molecules, grouping of organisms, linked idea, organization; society; union; coalition; connection of ideas, psychological connection, see also:free association||association|
|complete something, cover, cover something with cap, covering at tip, covering for tooth, explosive for toy gun, form cluster of molecules, give somebody degree, hat, hat worn at graduation, hat; cover, cork; maximum limit or quota; summit, peak; symbo...||cap|
|complex compound made of many joined monomers (Chemistry), compound with repeating small molecules||polymer|
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