Physical Chemistry

Science / Chemistry / Physical Chemistry: A branch of chemistry that studies chemical phenomena from a physical and mathematical perspective. Physical chemistry includes chemical thermodynamics, kinetics, spectroscopy, quantum chemistry, and statistical mechanics.

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Physical Noun Synonyms: bodily, corporeal, corporal, fleshly, incarnate, carnal, mortal, earthly, natural, somatic, material, tangible, palpable, real, actual, true, concrete, manifest, solid
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Physical Oceanographic Real Time System (PORTS)

Science / Tides and Currents / Physical Oceanographic Real Time System (PORTS): A national system of current, water level, and other oceanographical and meteorological sensors telemetering data in real-time to central locations for storage, processing, and dissemination. Availabl MORE

Physical Property

Science / Chemistry / Physical Property: Measurement of a physical property may change the arrangement but not the structure of the molecules of a material. Examples of physical properties are density, color, boiling point, volume, temperatu MORE

Physical Map

Science / Genetics / Physical Map: A map of the locations of identifiable landmarks on dna (e.g., restriction enzyme cutting sites, genes), regardless of inheritance. Distance is measured in base pairs. For the human genome, the lowest MORE

Physical Fitness

Health / Fitness / Physical Fitness: Well-being physical condition got through workout, such as muscle strength and endurance, cardiovascular endurance, and flexibility. MORE

Physical Development

Entertainment / Photography / Physical Development: System of development in which silver is contained in suspension within the developer and is attracted to the emulsion by silver halides which have received exposure. MORE

Physical Examination

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Physical Examination: A medical examination performed by a company physician or an independent physician to ascertain whether or not an individual is able to perform the physical requirements of a particular job. MORE

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