Chemistry Language

Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

Expressing the Terminology of Chemistry by Barbara Gourlay and Joan Lusk

You already know a great deal of chemistry and you have demonstrated good reading and writing skills in English. You probably have not had much opportunity to speak English, especially not the technical vocabulary of chemistry. The terms on this website were chosen not for their scientific meaning but to help you to:

Enter labels to add to this page:
Please wait 
Looking for a label? Just start typing.
Page: A
Page: About This Site
Page: Activated
Page: Advisor
Page: Affinities
Page: Alcohol
Page: Alkanes
Page: Alkenes
Page: Alpha
Page: Amines
Page: Analysis
Page: Aromatic
Page: Atmosphere
Page: B
Page: Base
Page: Benzene
Page: blog
Page: Boil
Page: Bond
Page: Buret
Page: C
Page: Calcium
Page: Carbon
Page: Catalyst
Page: Charge
Page: Chemical equations
Page: Compounds
Page: Concepts
Page: Configuration
Page: Corrosive
Page: Covalent
Page: D
Page: deleted page
Page: Delta
Page: Diagram
Page: Double bond
Page: E
Page: eight syllables-primary stress on sixth syllable
Page: Electrochemical
Page: Electron
Page: Electronegativity
Page: Endothermic
Page: Experiment
Page: Experimental
Page: F
Page: Field
Page: five syllables-primary stress on fourth syllable
Page: five syllables-primary stress on third syllable
Page: Formula
Page: four syllables-primary stress on first syllable
Page: four syllables-primary stress on second syllable
Page: four syllables-primary stress on third syllable
Page: Frequency
Page: Frequently
Page: Full List of Terms
Page: G
Page: Greek alphabet
Page: H
Page: Horizontal
Page: Hypothesis
Page: I
Page: Insoluble
Page: International phonetic alphabet
Page: Ion
Page: Iron
Page: J
Page: K
Page: Ketone
Page: L
Page: Liquid
Page: M
Page: Mass spectrometry
Page: Mathematical equations
Page: Measure
Page: Mechanism
Page: Mirror image
Page: Mole
Page: N
Page: Negative
Page: Nitrogen
Page: No news found.
Page: O
Page: one syllable-primary stress on first syllable
Page: Orbital
Page: Oxygen
Page: P
Page: Periodic table
Page: Physical
Page: Pipette
Page: Positive
Page: Procedure
Page: Q
Page: R
Page: Reversible
Page: Rotation
Page: S
Page: Sample
Page: six syllables-primary stress on fifth syllable
Page: six syllables-primary stress on fourth syllable
Page: Spectroscopy
Page: Structural
Page: Symbol
Page: T
Page: Temperature
Page: templates
Page: three syllables-primary stress on first syllable
Page: three syllables-primary stress on second syllable
Page: two syllables-primary stress on first syllable
Page: two syllables-primary stress on second syllable
Page: U
Page: V
Page: Valence
Page: Variable
Page: W
Page: Wave
Page: Wavelength
Page: X
Page: Y
Page: Z