Chemical reaction

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In chemistry, chemical reaction (TR:602) (LH:8) (TL:610) is the process of the transformation of reactants going to products, involving a change in one or more chemical bonds.


The following are related quotes:

“The right way to create a band is for the members to simply find one another, the way lovers do. In bars or wherever. The members of the band are like five chemicals that come together with a specific chemical reaction. If the chemistry is right the audience becomes involved in this, this kind of — well, a social chemical reaction.”
— John Shirley (1985), A Song Called Youth (pg. 99)[1]

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See also


  1. (a) Shirley, John. (1985). A Song Called Youth (§:“An Interview with Rickenharp: the Boy Methuselah”, pg. 99). Dover, 2015.
    (b) Rick Rickenharp –

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