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Chemical dictionary, American and British usage

Ingo W. D. Hackh

Chemical dictionary, American and British usage

containing the words generally used in chemistry, and many of the terms used in the related sciences of physics, astrophysics, mineralogy, pharmacy, agriculture, biology, medicine, engineering, etc., based on recent chemical literature

by Ingo W. D. Hackh

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chemistry -- Dictionaries

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsGrant, Julius, 1901-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 738 p.
    Number of Pages738
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14611307M
    LC Control Number61018726

    For the first time, the editors of the acclaimed American Heritage(R) Dictionary have applied their efforts to word usage as its own subject. The result is this practical guide that includes chapters on grammar, style, diction, gender, social groups, pronunciation, word formation, science terms, and 3/5(1). Chemistry Dictionary English - Khmer Exµr-G g;e Køs vcnanuRkm KIm I saklviTüal½yPUminÞPñMeBj ed)a:tWm: g; KImI e)aHBumchemical reaction in which an atom that is either neutral or charged is removed from a molecular entity. Oct 24,  · When British Authors Write American Dialogue, or Try To for what is and is not British or American usage. for keeping British idioms in a book. When an American Author: James Ledbetter. Jan 17,  · People trained according to British usage seldom try to correct Americans for following American rules of usage. If the differences between the two systems even come up at all, they are likely to refer to such differences in terms of a question--something .


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Chemical dictionary. American and British usage. Containing the words generally used in chemistry, and many of the terms used in the related sciences of physics, astrophysics, mineralogy, pharmacy, agriculture, biology, medicine, engineering, etc.; based on recent chemical literature.

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French-derived words retain British spellings (colour or centre). While the United States uses the Anglo-French spelling defense or offense (noun), Canadians use the British spellings defence and offence (defensive and offensive are universal).Dictionary definition: A dictionary is a book in which the words and phrases of a language are listed | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples dictionary in British English dictionary in American English (ˈdɪkʃəˌnɛri) noun Word forms.I would have thought the single main reason why American English differs so little (relatively speaking) from British English is because of the British colonization.

Generally, when one country invades and conquers another, it is easier for immigrants to settle in a new territory where their mother tongue is spoken by (or imposed on) the local.