01. Many people worry about the effects of eating food which has been sprayed with [chemicals].
02. Pollution in our environment is actually changing the [chemistry] of large bodies of water.
03. The fruit had been [chemically] treated to kill bacteria.
04. He works as a [chemist] in a large pharmaceutical firm.
05. Ken lost his hair, and got quite sick during his [chemotherapy] treatments for cancer.
06. Who knows how many different [chemicals] there are in our water, mixing and forming all kinds of deadly compounds.
07. Life on earth probably began with simple [chemical] reactions that happened naturally.
08. The young boy was injured when he mixed a couple of [chemicals] in the school laboratory, and the resulting mixture exploded.
09. Carl Jung once said that the meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two [chemical] substances; if there is any reaction, both are transformed.
10. According to a recent report, there are more than one hundred different [chemicals] in a cup of coffee.
11. Gold is the sixteenth most rare of the [chemical] elements.
12. Chocolate contains the same [chemical] that your brain produces when you fall in love.
13. At least 100,000 different [chemical] reactions occur in the normal human brain every second.
14. The vapors or fumes of [chemicals] can irritate or burn the eyes and the lungs.
15. [Chemically] burned skin may become red, blistered or blackened, depending on how strong the material is.
16. In 1969, the Cuyahoga River in Ohio was so full of oil and [chemicals] that it actually caught fire.
17. In 1912, Professor L. Erskine Hill of London Hospital stated, "Experimental evidence is strongly in favor of my argument that the [chemical] purity of the air is of no importance."
18. Thousands of drugs and [chemicals] are used worldwide, and many of them end up in our water systems.
19. Some, though not all psychological disorders are accompanied by signs of abnormal brain [chemistry].

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