The new Research Institute set features an all-female cast: a paleontologist, astronomer, and chemist.
As a cook, you are a chemist and you are a physicist and you are a cultural historian all at once.
In an odd coincidence, a Japanese chemist first synthesized methamphetamine in the 1890s.
The other, Sophie Berthelot, was allowed in so she could repose in aeternum next to her spouse, the chemist Marcellin.
After serving in two world wars and entering middle age, he moved to Switzerland and befriended a chemist named Albert Hofmann.
Signor Selva, whom you perhaps know, has gone to the chemist's.
Above this were the four "Intellectual Levels," on one of which I, as a chemist had my abode.
They know it as a chemist knows a reaction, from familiarity with the elements combined.
"I have heard of no explosion," replied the chemist, evidently bewildered.
Justin escaped from the chemist's to see her start, and the chemist also came out.
1560s, chymist, "alchemist," from Middle French chimiste, from Medieval Latin chimista, reduced from alchimista (see alchemy). Modern spelling is from c.1790. Meaning "chemical scientist" is from 1620s; meaning "dealer in medicinal drugs" (mostly in British English) is from 1745.
chemist chem·ist (kěm'ĭst)
A scientist specializing in chemistry.