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chemistrynoun

  • ja化学
  • enthe scientific study of the structure of substances, how they react when combined or in contact with one another, and how they behave under different conditions

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Why does salt dissolve in water, but oil doesn't?
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Well, in a word, chemistry.
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Chemistry is the study of matter.
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But I prefer to see it as the study of change.
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I hope Rad isn't actually trying to make glitzotrene.
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He knows nothing about chemistry.
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One wrong combination and—
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Let's go!
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Just mix it all together.
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It’s such a great thing to do with kids ‘cause everything’s gonna bubble up
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and you learn a little about chemistry.

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chemistrynoun

  • ja(惹かれあっている同士の)相性
  • enthe strong emotional relationship between two people, especially when they are romantically or sexually attracted to each other
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Haven't you ever had a romance with somebody that you did a movie with?
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Sounds like yes.
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- I'm gonna make that face— - I mean, whether it's before or after.
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- I mean, you could wait until it's over. Yeah. - Yeah. Sure, sure.
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So that chemistry was real because you all really did both have feelings like that.
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- Yeah. - That's sweet.
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What's he doing here?
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He's your replacement.
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This guy?
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You're really gonna make out with this guy?
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Ryan, this video is bigger than you or me.
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You really think you can replicate the chemistry that you and I have with this guy?
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"Did you have chemistry with Daniel Dae Kim?"
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I've been with the same dude for 10 years.
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- I would have chemistry with a turtle at this point. - Wow.
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Well, Diaz and I have that kind of easy chemistry, where we finish each other's—
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- Sentences. - Please, don't interrupt me.
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You all have great chemistry.
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I know. You're kind of cooling yourself off, right?
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It's...
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- Are you sprinkling water? - Yeah. He's...
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- No, I was just — I was — - I know.
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- I don't know where you went, but I was somewhere. - How did y'all—
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Did y'all see the...?
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Ooh, I just—
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- That was great. - Amazing chemistry.
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What are your key ingredients to falling in love?
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My ingredients are friendship, chemistry, the X factor.
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- What's the X factor? - Don't worry, we've got it.
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Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder had great chemistry as Elena and Damon on 'The Vampire Diaries.'
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And it wasn't exactly shocking when the pair started dating in 2011.
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But not all celeb couples are built to last, and the romance was off by 2013.
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In the comics, Deadshot and Harley Quinn enjoyed a turbulent and short-lived romance.
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Meanwhile, the chemistry between Will Smith and Margot Robbie is hard to miss,
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and a relationship could potentially be explored in a sequel.
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If you think about it in the future, do you know what kinda guy you would want down the road?
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I've never really put that much pressure on dating.
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I'm just — whoever you are in a room with that you connect with and there's chemistry, then that's who you should date.
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You know honestly, I think we should be lab partners 'cause we have such great chemistry.
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Oh, shut up.
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It's clear from watching 'Fixer Upper' that Chip and Joanna have undeniable chemistry.
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Their secret?
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Lots of time together.

chemistrynoun

  • ja〔物質の〕化学的性質
  • enthe chemical structure and behaviour of a particular substance
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The chemistry of addiction takes place mostly in the brain's limbic system,
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the set of structures at the center of the brain that controls our emotional and behavioral responses
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to the information we receive.
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It's often referred to as the brain's "reward center."
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The big danger with marijuana is young people using it,
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and it can change the chemistry of your brain and change the development of it,
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so that's obviously a danger.
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But we can regulate that.
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We can control it.
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Have you ever poured yourself a nice cool drink of water before bed and woken up to a glass of blech?
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In just a couple of hours, your refreshing water turned tepid and kinda musty.
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But, why?
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Well, we have a couple of guesses about why water goes stale.
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And it’s all about the chemistry.
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Your drinking water isn’t just a pure collection of H2O molecules.
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It has a lot of other ions and molecules in it too,
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which can change over time and affect how the water tastes.
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For the last several centuries, scientists have been fascinated by what happens to materials when they’re under pressure.
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The hope is that with these experiments, we can model the chemistry of places we’ll never be able to visit,
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like deep inside the Earth, or Saturn, or the Sun.
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And with the help of some diamonds, they’re already able to push things to galactic extremes.