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Top 100 Chemistry Dog Names

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  • Beryll – It refers to “Beryllium, a hard gray metal”
  • Selena – The Modified name of the nonmetal “Selenium”
  • Calorie – The quantity of heat necessary to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water
  • Argon – The most common noble gas
  • Radia – Denoting “radium, a rare radioactive metal”
  • Neutron – Uncharged sub-atomic particle
  • Amina – Referring to the “amino acid, a simple organic compound”
  • Nitro – Short form of nitrogen, suitable for your tiny tiny
  • Dick – Refers to “Dickite, a clay-like mineral”
  • Blowoff – A controlled outlet on a pipeline, tank which is used to discharge water
  • Magna – It denotes “magnesium, a chemical element as well as a nutrient”
  • Proton – Sub-atomic particle, positively charged
  • Tin – A chemical element
  • Protein – Polypeptide composed of amino acids bonded together by peptide bonds
  • Holm – Refers to “Holmium, a soft silvery-white metal”
  • Watt – Practical unit of electrical power
  • Dolo – Refers to “Dolomite, anhydrous carbonate mineral”
  • Solder – Alloy of lead/tin used for making permanent electrical connections
  • Nicky – Referring the element “nickel, a lustrous metal in silvery-white color”
  • Pipy – Refers to “pipette, a slender tube used in laboratories”
  • Platina – It refers to the chemical element “Platinum”
  • Helia – The Modified name of “Helium, an inert gas”
  • Boro – Refers to “Boron, a chemical element”
  • Lime – family of chemicals consisting essentially of calcium hydroxide made from limestone
  • Moron – Refers to “moronic acid, an organic acid found in Pistacia resin”
  • Ruth – It refers to “Ruthenium, a chemical element”
  • Atom – The basic unit of a chemical element
  • Zirca – Short name of “Zircon, a mineral”
  • Flux – Material used to promote joining of metals in soldering
  • Gally – Denoting “Gallium, a soft silvery-white metal”
  • Vana – Referring to the ductile metal “Vanadium”
  • Polymer – Large macromolecule composed of many similar smaller molecules
  • Gas – Fluid having neither independent shape nor volume
  • Diode – A component that readily passes current in one direction but opposes current flow in the opposite direction.
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  • Isomer – Compounds that have the same molecular formula but different structural formulas
  • Alkane – Alkanes are hydrocarbons with single bonds
  • Valence – Relative ability of a biological substance to react or combine
  • Micro – One-millionth of a unit
  • Benzy – Short form of the aromatic compound “Benzene”
  • Formula – Expression of chemical composition
  • Hydra – Short form of “Hydragyrum, the Latin name of mercury”
  • Ozone – Oxygen in molecular form with three atoms of oxygen
  • Carba – Refers to “carbon, a metalloid”
  • Mega – Denoting “megaphone, a molecule”
  • Sodo – Referring to “Sodium, a mineral”
  • Fuse – Protective device containing a short piece of wire that melts and breaks when current through it
  • Mass – quantity of matter in a body
  • Vapor – It refers to smoke from the air
  • Lithia – The Modified name of the element “lithium, used primarily in psychiatric medication”
  • Tracer – Foreign substance mixed with or attached to a given substance
  • Stanny – Refers to the “Stannum, the Latin name of the element Tin”
  • Chiral – An object that cannot be superimposed on its mirror image
  • Molecule – A simplest structural unit of a substance
  • Cation – Positively charged ion
  • Beaker – A cylindrical glass container used in laboratories
  • Pico – Name of a chemical corporation in Illinois
  • Element – A substance that cannot be resolved into two or more other substances
  • Ferrous – A compound having the divalent cation “Fe²⁺”
  • Volt from Voltage – The electrical pressure
  • Floc – Fluffy mass formed by the aggregation of fine suspended particles
  • Ion – An atom or molecule with a net electric charge
  • Plumbo – Refers to “Plumbum, the Latin name of lead”
  • Arene – Aromatic hydrocarbon
  • Electron – The sub-atomic particle, with a negative charge
  • Anion – Negatively charged ion
  • Oxy – Short form of “Oxygen, a reactive nonmetal”
  • Catalyst – A substance that alters the velocity of a chemical reaction
  • Indo – Refers to “Indium, a naturally occurring alkali metal”
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  • Krypto – Refers to “Krypton, a noble gas used in electric light”
  • Tanta – Denoting “Tantalum, a hard metal in silver-gray color”
  • Barium
  • Nobelium
  • Nitro for Nitrogen
  • Phosphorus
  • Lithium
  • Gold
  • Platinum
  • Cobalt
  • Neon
  • Iron
  • Nickel
  • Titanium
  • Aluminum
  • Xenon
  • Plutonium
  • Fluorine
  • Argon
  • Oxygen
  • Tin
  • Promethium
  • Thorium
  • Chromium
  • Copper
  • Helium
  • Cerium
  • Krypton
  • Gallium
  • Germanium
  • Carbon
  • Boron
  • Sodium
  • Chlorine
  • Calcium
  • Rhodium
  • Silver
  • Zinc