What type of science is chemistry?
it is ? science
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Chemistry is the science and study of elements and their reactions with each other. The word stems from alchemy, the study of turning base metals into metals of higher value. Alchemy was seen as a type of magic, but people later realized that it was a science. It is a study of anything in this world.By this subject we can explain anything in earth.
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