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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Materials Facet .... Materials Facet
   Hierarchy of Materials (hierarchy name) ........ Materials (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of materials (substances) ............ materials (substances)
   ................ <materials by property>
   .................... abrasion-resistant material
   Hierarchy of acid .................... acid
   Hierarchy of acetic acid ........................ acetic acid
   ........................ acrylic acid
   ........................ adipic acid
   ........................ alpha-lipoic acid
   Hierarchy of amino acid ........................ amino acid
   ........................ boric acid
   Hierarchy of carbolic acid ........................ carbolic acid
   ........................ carminic acid
   ........................ citric acid
   Hierarchy of fatty acid ........................ fatty acid
   ........................ formic acid
   ........................ gallic acid
   Hierarchy of hydrochloric acid ........................ hydrochloric acid
   ........................ hydrofluoric acid
   ........................ hydrogen fluoride [N]
   ........................ lactic acid
   ........................ nitric acid
   Hierarchy of nucleic acid ........................ nucleic acid
   ........................ oxalic acid
   ........................ phosphoric acid
   ........................ pickle
   ........................ silicic acid
   ........................ sulfuric acid
   ........................ tannin
   ........................ uronic acid
   Hierarchy of base (substance) .................... base (substance)
   ........................ alkali
   Hierarchy of buffer (material) .................... buffer (material)
   ........................ alkaline reserve
   .................... chemical-resistant material
   .................... chemicals (materials)
   .................... corrosive material
   .................... dielectric (material)
   .................... electrolytes
   Hierarchy of hazardous substance .................... hazardous substance
   ........................ hazardous waste [N]
   Hierarchy of heat resistant material .................... heat resistant material
   ........................ refractory
   Hierarchy of imitative materials .................... imitative materials
   Hierarchy of artificial ivory ........................ artificial ivory
   Hierarchy of artificial stone ........................ artificial stone
   ........................ faux suede
   Hierarchy of imitation fur ........................ imitation fur
   Hierarchy of imitation gold ........................ imitation gold
   ........................ imitation hair
   ........................ imitation leather
   ........................ imitation pearl
   ........................ imitation tortoise shell
   .................... impurities
   .................... inert material
   .................... luminophor
   .................... magnets
   .................... modern materials
   .................... multiple materials (materials for groups)
   Hierarchy of nanomaterials .................... nanomaterials
   ........................ nanofiber
   ........................ nanogel
   ........................ nanosponges
   .................... pollutants
   Hierarchy of pyroclastic material .................... pyroclastic material
   ........................ tephra
   Hierarchy of smart materials .................... smart materials
   ........................ self-cleaning materials
   ........................ self-healing materials
   Hierarchy of sorbent .................... sorbent
   Hierarchy of absorber ........................ absorber
   ........................ adsorbent
   .................... sulfate-reducing bacteria
   Hierarchy of surface active agent .................... surface active agent
   Hierarchy of detergent (cleaning compound) ........................ detergent (cleaning compound) [N]
   ........................ dispersant
   ........................ sodium lauryl sulfate [N]
   ........................ wetting agent
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