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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 composition>
   Hierarchy of inorganic material .................... inorganic material
   ........................ alkoxysilane
   ........................ alkylalkoxysilane
   ........................ aminosilane
   ........................ ammonia (anhydrous ammonia)
   ........................ ammonium carbonate
   ........................ ammonium hydroxide (inorganic material)
   ........................ argon
   ........................ arsenic
   Hierarchy of <barium and barium compounds> ........................ <barium and barium compounds>
   ........................ boron
   ........................ bromine
   Hierarchy of carbon ........................ carbon
   Hierarchy of cement (construction material) ........................ cement (construction material)
   Hierarchy of chalk ........................ chalk
   ........................ chlorine
   ........................ chromium dioxide
   Hierarchy of clay ........................ clay
   Hierarchy of concrete ........................ concrete
   Hierarchy of ethyl silicate ........................ ethyl silicate
   Hierarchy of <fluorine and fluorine compounds> ........................ <fluorine and fluorine compounds>
   ........................ frit
   Hierarchy of glass (material) ........................ glass (material)
   ........................ hydrogen
   ........................ ilmenite
   ........................ iodine
   ........................ lead (metal) [N]
   Hierarchy of metal ........................ metal
   Hierarchy of mineral ........................ mineral
   ........................ neon
   Hierarchy of <nitrogen and nitrogen isotopes, compounds> ........................ <nitrogen and nitrogen isotopes, compounds>
   ........................ ocher (inorganic material)
   Hierarchy of ore ........................ ore
   Hierarchy of <oxygen, oxygen isotopes, allotropes, compounds> ........................ <oxygen, oxygen isotopes, allotropes, compounds>
   ........................ phosphate
   ........................ phosphorus
   Hierarchy of <potassium and potassium compounds> ........................ <potassium and potassium compounds>
   Hierarchy of rock (inorganic material) ........................ rock (inorganic material)
   Hierarchy of salt (inorganic material) ........................ salt (inorganic material)
   ........................ selenium
   ........................ sig water
   Hierarchy of silica (mineral) ........................ silica (mineral)
   ........................ silicon
   Hierarchy of <sodium and sodium compounds> ........................ <sodium and sodium compounds>
   Hierarchy of <sulphur and sulphur compounds> ........................ <sulphur and sulphur compounds>
   ........................ triphosphate
   Hierarchy of water (inorganic material) ........................ water (inorganic material)
   ........................ xenon
   ........................ zinc oxide
   Hierarchy of organic material .................... organic material
   ........................ acrylonitrile
   ........................ agar
   ........................ anthracene (material)
   Hierarchy of bituminous material ........................ bituminous material
   Hierarchy of carbohydrate ........................ carbohydrate
   Hierarchy of carbon dioxide ........................ carbon dioxide
   ........................ carbon monoxide
   ........................ carbonyl
   Hierarchy of <cellulose and cellulose by product> ........................ <cellulose and cellulose by product>
   Hierarchy of chitin ........................ chitin
   Hierarchy of chlorofluorocarbon ........................ chlorofluorocarbon
   ........................ diaminophenyl oxydiazole
   Hierarchy of elastomer ........................ elastomer
   Hierarchy of enzyme ........................ enzyme
   Hierarchy of formaldehyde ........................ formaldehyde
   ........................ glycerin
   Hierarchy of gum (material) ........................ gum (material)
   ........................ heelball
   ........................ hormone
   Hierarchy of hydrocarbon ........................ hydrocarbon
   ........................ latex (organic material)
   Hierarchy of lignin ........................ lignin
   Hierarchy of lipid ........................ lipid
   ........................ mustard (material)
   ........................ neem (material)
   Hierarchy of oil (organic material) ........................ oil (organic material)
   Hierarchy of <petroleum and petroleum by product> ........................ <petroleum and petroleum by product>
   Hierarchy of pitch (tar) ........................ pitch (tar)
   Hierarchy of plasma ........................ plasma
   Hierarchy of plastic (material) ........................ plastic (material)
   Hierarchy of protein ........................ protein
   ........................ radon
   Hierarchy of resin (organic material) ........................ resin (organic material)
   ........................ saponin
   Hierarchy of soap (organic material) ........................ soap (organic material)
   Hierarchy of tar (material) ........................ tar (material)
   Hierarchy of wax ........................ wax
   Hierarchy of combination inorganic/organic material .................... combination inorganic/organic material
   Hierarchy of atmosphere ........................ atmosphere
   Hierarchy of combination inorganic/organic animal material ........................ combination inorganic/organic animal material
   Hierarchy of composite material ........................ composite material
   ........................ organometallic compound
   Hierarchy of soil ........................ soil
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