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Science Definition

Science is any systemic study or learning of the natural world through testable experiments, articles, and topics to get the knowledge of physical or chemical facts occurring in the natural world. Therefore, science articles or topics provide a systematic and logical approach to discovering how things in the universe work.

what is science like physical, chemical, medical, and environmental science?

Chemistry, physics, mathematics, and biology are the main classes in scientific study. Medicinal, environmental, and computer are also included in the scientific research. Modern sciences are generally divided into three major branches−natural sciences, social sciences, and formal sciences.

  • Natural Sciences: The natural sciences (physics, chemistry, and biology) are the sciences that explain the rules that govern the natural world through scientific observation and experimentation.
  • Social Sciences: Social sciences (economics, psychology, and sociology) are one of the branches of sciences that studies societies and the relationships among individuals within those societies.
  • Formal Sciences: Formal sciences are part of sciences that study abstract structures described by formal systems, such as logic, mathematics, statistics, theoretical computer education, artificial intelligence, information theory, game theory, systems theory, etc.

Science Topics

More chemistry, biochemistry, and environmental science related articles or topics are listed below:

Natural Source of Methane Gas

Methane Gas

What is methane gas? Methane gas (chemical formula CH4) also called marsh gas is the simplest hydrocarbon compound of the alkanes or paraffin with a...
Hydrocarbons like arometic, aliphatic or polynuclear hydrocarbon sources, definition, and examples

Hydrocarbon

What is Hydrocarbon? Hydrocarbon (aliphatic, aromatic, or polynuclear hydrocarbon) is a type of organic compound that processes hydrogen and carbon in the entire molecular formula. Hydrocarbons (alkanes,...
Different types of bonding (ionic, covalent, metallic bonds) in the common chemical compound

Chemical Bonding

What is Chemical Bonding? Chemical bonding or chemical bond is the different types of force that bind together two common atoms or groups of atoms...
Study Chemistry in Environmental Science and Abiotic, Biotic and Energy Components, Ecosystem Conservation

Environmental chemistry

What is Environmental chemistry? Environmental chemistry is the branch of science domains where we study abiotic, biotic, energy components, and chemical elements of the ecosystem...
Examples of radioactive isotopes or radioisotopes of Lead, Uranium, and Thorium in decay series and uses in medicine

Radioactive Isotopes

What are radioactive isotopes? Radioactive isotopes or radioisotopes of a radioactive element are atoms of the same element with different mass numbers. Isotopes of a...
Ionization energy in periodic table elements trends and chart

Ionization Energy

Ionization Energy in Periodic Table Ionization energy or ionization potential in chemistry is the minimum amount of energy required to remove the outer electron of...
Crystalline and amorphous solid types, definition, properties and examples of molecular ionic, covalent, metallic crystals

Crystalline Solids

Crystalline Solids and Amorphous Solids Crystalline solids and amorphous solids are the two types of solid formed by atoms, ions, or molecules. Molecular, ionic, covalent,...
Van't Hoff equation temperature effect on chemical equilibrium formula and graph for endothermic and exothermic reactions

Van’t Hoff Equation

Van't Hoff Equation-Temperature Effect on Equilibrium Van't Hoff equation connecting chemical equilibrium constant and temperature by thermodynamics relation of Gibbs-Helmholtz free energy equation. The standard...
Zero order reaction kinetics definition, examples, half life formula and graph in chemistry

Zero Order Reaction

What is Zero Order Reaction? Zero order reaction kinetics in chemistry define the rate of chemical reaction in terms of reactant and product per unit...
Definitions, Examples and Chemical Properties of Hard, Soft and Borderline Acids

Hard Soft Acid Base

Hard Soft Acid Base Theory Hard soft acid base theory or HSAB principle was proposed by Ralph Pearson in 1963. It is very helpful for predicting...