Stoichiology

Stoi`chi*ol"o*gy

(?), n. [Gr. a first element + -logy.]
[Written also stchiology.]
1. That part of the science of physiology which treats of the elements, or principles, composing animal tissues.
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2. (Logic) The doctrine of the elementary requisites of mere thought. Sir W. Hamilton.
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3. The statement or discussion of the first principles of any science or art.
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Stoi`chi*o*met"ric

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Stoi`chi*o*met"ric*al

(?), } a. Of or pertaining to stoichiometry; employed in, or obtained by, stoichiometry.
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2. (Chem.) of, pertaining to, using, or consuming, reagents in the exact proportions required for a given reaction; as, a stoichiometric reaction, i. e., a reaction which goes to completion, rather than stopping partway at an equilibrium point.
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