water is a chemical not a living thing
No, every living thing does not have a heart. Plants are living things, and they do not have hearts. Animals, fish, insects, etc, will have a heart, or another organ that performs the same function.
they help destroy and speed up the chemical reaction on a living thing
Water is not a living thing. It's a the chemical compound H2O, which stands for Hydrogen two oxygen.
Non living.It is a chemical change.
Anthrax is a living thing (bacteria- Bacillus Anthracis). Not a chemical - so it does not have a chemical formula.
One example of a non-living thing that has the qualities of a living thing is a virus. Viruses are actually non-living but if it uses the attaches itself to a living thing like a cell in a human body it is able to carry out activities such as reproduction and digestion using the living organisms biological functions.
obtain energy to carry out varoius activities
You will have to rephrase this. Your question is garbled.
the same thing that performs the same thing as the nucleolus is the butt
No, chlorine is a chemical element, not a living thing or virus.
Zirconium is a chemical element. It is not a living thing!
organism i had trouble with this one two
A flame is not a living thing. It is a chemical reaction, and chemical reactions are not alive. Likewise, an explosion caused by two chemicals (that create a chemical reaction when they are mixed) - the explosion is not alive.
It doesn't. If it is IN a living thing it is not available to cause weathering elsewhere!
Is called an enzyme.
You cannot kill chemicals. Chemicals are not a living thing.