Originated From
Facebook

What is the relationship between physics and ...

What is the relationship between physics and chemistry?

Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

Best Answer

Chemistry is based on physics. The whole physical forces between particles are determining the chemical properties of all substances.

All Answers

Order by
Oldest to Newest
Newest to Oldest
Votes

What is the relationship between physics and chemistry?


what is the relationship of chemistry to physics

relationship of chemistry to physics

a.foods

b.medicine

c.industries

d.communication

e.transportation 

relationship of chemistry to physics in foods

relationship of chemistry to physics in foods?

In the briefest (and least exact) terms:

Chemistry is the study of the composition of matter, its interactions substance with substance, and their physical relation to nature, which of course requires the knowledge of physics.

Physics is the study of the most basic building blocks of nature, which of course requires the knowledge of chemistry. 

One cannot study physics and chemistry separately: one adds so much to the other that for most applications, they become one and the same.

Contractors use physics and chemistry constantly.  If you become a sanitary engineer, you must also know water resources, biology, and physics as related to your profession.  Physicists consider chemical properties of matter every time they start work.  We study one to learn the other, back and forth.

Even light will bend to do our bidding if we apply force correctly. The lowest servant in Heaven is still in Heaven, whoever rules in hell is still in hell, but they won't rule for long. No man stands taller than when he stoops to help a little child.

Related Questions

Other people asked questions on similar topics, check out the answers they received:

Asked: Who is the Father of modern physics

Who is the Father of modern physics

Asked: Physics ! Calculate the electric potential energy ...

Physics ! Calculate the electric potential energy in a capacitor that stores 4.0 10-10 C of charge at 250.0 V.

Asked: Need help for physics concept :Free fall bodies

If two different bodies with different masses are in free fall, they have same acceleration. What is the reason? Can anyone explain it?

Ask a Question... We'll forward it to people who know

More Questions

Physics Problem

It would be the equivalent of an explosive device about equal to 10^9 tons of TNT. Realize that energetic shock waves occur in thisorder: Precursor wave. A supersonic wave that radiates from the point of impact by mass of the conducting medium (compressed air) at the 3rd root from the point of ...

Relationship in families

Your long lost cousin.

Who is Melinda at 321 physic?

321 Psychic is apparently a charlatan web site that will exploit every form of superstition. It is not a physical sciences site, and I do not recommend that you consult them.

Physics

Your question requires further elicidation. Please call it out in standard physics notation: X= (fill in the value) Y = (FITV) Z = (FITV) T = (FITV). Calling out dimensions will give us volume and duration but not mass/density, distribution, and activity within that space/time.