A subatomic particle with a negative electrical charge and a mass that is I/1,857 that of a proton. Found outside the nucleus of an atom.
The study of those types of matter and changes in matter related to the disinfection and preservation of human remains.
The act of mixing two insoluble liquids. Examples: oil in water by the action of soap; fats in digestion by the action of bile.
A mixture of two insoluble liquids, one being dispersed throughout the other in small droplets.
A combination of chemical symbols and formulas used as a shorthand way to represent the reactants and products in a chemical reaction.
That amount of formaldehyde necessary to overcome any nitrogen residue and cause the body proteins to become coagulated.
A qualitative and quantitative expression of a compound using symbols and subscripts to indicated the chemical constituents of a substance and their respective numbers.
A state of matter w/Indefinite shape, Indefinite volume, particles are independant of one another and move by floatation
Chemicals which have water absorbing and disinfectant properties, but no preservatives.
Hardness of Water
The condition of water which results from dissolved minerals and metallic ions such as calcium and magnesium.
Consisting of or composed of dissimilar elements or components; not having a uniform quality throughout.