Chemical research institute refers to a permanent organizational body created to conduct systematic investigation to establish facts relating to a substance or substances that take part in or are formed by reactions in which atoms or molecules undergo changes.
Ref: 84627/2006-08-20

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Chemical (A chemical substance is any material with a ...)
Arch (Arch pertains to a mechanical arrangement of ...)
Research (siehe Immobilien-Research)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): chemicals, Chemicals, researcher, researchers

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