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Sigma KEE - ChemicalProcess
ChemicalProcess(chemical process)Acheson_process, Haber-Bosch_process, Haber_process, Solvay_process, acetify, acetylate, acetylation, acetylise, acetylize, acidify, activate, acylation, addition_reaction, aerate, agglutinating_activity, agglutination, alchemise, alchemize, alcoholise, alcoholize, aldol_reaction, alkalify, alkalinise, alkalinize, alkalise, alkalize, alloy, amylolysis, amylolytic, anabolic, aurify, autocatalysis, autocatalytic, basify, biochemical, brisance, bromate, brominate, calcify, calcination, calcine, capture, carbon_cycle, carbonise, carbonize, catalyse, catalysis, catalytic, catalyze, chain_reaction...

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(documentation ChemicalProcess ChineseLanguage "ChemicalProcess 发生在当化合物 (CompoundSubstance) 形成或被分解的时候。例如:反应物随着化学变化消失,和成品随着化学变化出现。化学反应 在化学变化时发生。催化剂可能会加快 ChemicalProcess 的反应,但是它们本身不能产生任何东西或被消耗掉。 例如:以电流令铁生锈和水分解得出气态的氢和氧。") chinese_format.kif 3181-3184
(documentation ChemicalProcess EnglishLanguage "A ChemicalProcess occurs whenever chemical compounds (CompoundSubstances) are formed or decomposed. For example, reactants disappear as chemical change occurs, and products appear as chemical change occurs. In a chemical change a chemical reaction takes place. Catalysts in a ChemicalProcess may speed up the reaction, but aren't themselves produced or consumed. Examples: rusting of iron and the decomposition of water, induced by an electric current, to gaseous hydrogen and gaseous oxygen.") Merge.kif 11916-11923
(partition ChemicalProcess ChemicalSynthesis ChemicalDecomposition) Merge.kif 11915-11915 Chemical process is exhaustively partitioned into chemical synthesis and chemical decomposition
(subclass ChemicalProcess InternalChange) Merge.kif 11914-11914 Chemical process is a subclass of internal change

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(subclass ChemicalDecomposition ChemicalProcess) Merge.kif 11958-11958 Chemical decomposition is a subclass of chemical process
(subclass ChemicalSynthesis ChemicalProcess) Merge.kif 11933-11933 Chemical synthesis is a subclass of chemical process
(subclass Metabolism ChemicalProcess) Mid-level-ontology.kif 9412-9412 Metabolism is a subclass of chemical process
(termFormat ChineseLanguage ChemicalProcess "化学过程") chinese_format.kif 1169-1169
(termFormat EnglishLanguage ChemicalProcess "chemical process") english_format.kif 1560-1560

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(domain catalyst 1 ChemicalProcess) VirusProteinAndCellPart.kif 209-209 The number 1 argument of catalyst is an instance of chemical process
(domain reactant 1 ChemicalProcess) Mid-level-ontology.kif 8375-8375 The number 1 argument of reactant is an instance of chemical process
(domain reagent 1 ChemicalProcess) Mid-level-ontology.kif 8382-8382 The number 1 argument of reagent is an instance of chemical process


        (instance ?CA ChemicalAcid)
        (instance ?CB ChemicalBase)
        (instance ?C ChemicalProcess)
        (patient ?C ?CA)
        (patient ?C ?CB))
    (exists (?CS)
            (instance ?CS ChemicalSalt)
            (result ?C ?CS))))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 8305-8315
        (instance ?PROC ChemicalProcess)
            (resource ?PROC ?STUFF)
            (result ?PROC ?STUFF)))
    (instance ?STUFF PureSubstance))
Merge.kif 11925-11931


    (instance ?EXPLOSION Explosion)
    (exists (?PROC)
            (instance ?PROC ChemicalProcess)
            (causes ?PROC ?EXPLOSION))))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 14981-14986
    (instance ?OBJ Enzyme)
    (capability ChemicalProcess catalyst ?OBJ))
VirusProteinAndCellPart.kif 212-214
    (property ?PROCESS ChemicalEquilibrium)
    (instance ?PROCESS ChemicalProcess))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 18662-18664

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