A chemical formed from reactions with acetic acid.
A distinct form of an allotropic element, which can exist in different forms depending on molecular structure. For example, diamond and graphite are two allotropes of carbon.
Having different physical or visual properties along different axes.
Capable of killing or inhibiting the growth of micro-organisms.
The deliberate imitation of biological processes in the solving of engineering or other complex problems.
Plastic derived from renewable sources such as vegetable fats, starch, proteins or microbes.
Punching a pattern of holes into a material such as leather, as in brogue shoes.
Bovine spongiform encephalopathy. ...
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