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   Hierarchy of Materials Facet .... Materials Facet
   Hierarchy of Materials (hierarchy name) ........ Materials (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of materials (substances) ............ materials (substances)
   Hierarchy of <materials by form> ................ <materials by form>
   .................... <materials by chemical form>
   ........................ allotropes
   ........................ chemicals (materials) [N]
   Hierarchy of compounds (materials) ........................ compounds (materials)
   ............................ acetyl bromide
   ............................ acrylic acid [N]
   ............................ adenosine triphosphate
   ............................ aldehyde
   ............................ alkanolamine
   ............................ aluminum alkoxide
   Hierarchy of aluminum oxide ............................ aluminum oxide
   ............................ aluminum sulfate [N]
   ............................ ammonium citrate
   Hierarchy of ammonium phosphate ............................ ammonium phosphate
   Hierarchy of arsenide ............................ arsenide
   Hierarchy of barium compounds ............................ barium compounds [N]
   ............................ bathophenanthroline
   ............................ benzotriazole
   ............................ borane
   ............................ borate
   ............................ boron trifluoride
   ............................ butyl acrylate
   ............................ calcium alkoxide
   ............................ calcium stearate
   ............................ carbon disulfide
   ............................ chloramine
   Hierarchy of chloride ............................ chloride
   ............................ cobaltous arsenate
   ............................ cobaltous phosphate
   ............................ copper carbonate
   ............................ copper vanadate
   ............................ coupling agents
   ............................ cyanide
   ............................ dicyandiamide
   ............................ diethyl zinc
   ............................ divinylbenzene
   ............................ epoxide
   ............................ ethanolamine thioglycollate
   ............................ ferrous phosphate
   ............................ fluorinated compounds [N]
   ............................ furfural
   ............................ halide
   ............................ hydrazine
   ............................ iron oxide (compound)
   ............................ isocyanate
   ............................ isoeugenol
   Hierarchy of lead compounds ............................ lead compounds [N]
   ............................ lithium chloride [N]
   ............................ lithium hydroxide
   ............................ magnesium alkoxide
   ............................ magnesium bicarbonate
   ............................ magnesium hydroxide
   ............................ magnesium methoxide
   ............................ magnesium oxide
   ............................ magnesium sulfate [N]
   ............................ manganese dioxide
   ............................ manganese sulfide
   ............................ mercaptobenzothiazole
   ............................ mercuric chloride
   ............................ mercuric iodide
   ............................ methyl magnesium carbonate
   Hierarchy of monomers ............................ monomers
   Hierarchy of nitrate ............................ nitrate
   Hierarchy of nitrogen compounds ............................ nitrogen compounds [N]
   Hierarchy of organic compounds ............................ organic compounds
   Hierarchy of oxides ............................ oxides
   ............................ pentaerythritol
   ............................ phenyl salicylate
   ............................ phosphine
   ............................ phosphonate
   Hierarchy of polymers ............................ polymers
   ............................ polysaccharides
   Hierarchy of potassium compounds ............................ potassium compounds [N]
   ............................ potassium ferrocyanide
   ............................ propylene glycol [N]
   ............................ propylene oxide
   ............................ quaternary ammonium compounds
   ............................ quinoline
   ............................ rutin
   ............................ silane
   ............................ silanol
   Hierarchy of silicates ............................ silicates
   ............................ silicic acid ester
   Hierarchy of siloxane ............................ siloxane
   Hierarchy of silver compounds ............................ silver compounds [N]
   Hierarchy of sodium compounds ............................ sodium compounds [N]
   Hierarchy of sulfur compounds ............................ sulfur compounds [N]
   ............................ tert-butyl amine borane
   ............................ tetrabutylammonium bromide
   ............................ thiourea
   ............................ titanium carbide
   ............................ titanium dioxide
   ............................ zinc titanate
   Hierarchy of elements (chemical substances) ........................ elements (chemical substances)
   Hierarchy of aluminum (metal) ............................ aluminum (metal) [N]
   ............................ antimony [N]
   ............................ argon [N]
   ............................ arsenic [N]
   ............................ bismuth [N]
   ............................ boron [N]
   ............................ bromine [N]
   ............................ cadmium (metal) [N]
   ............................ calcium [N]
   ............................ californium [N]
   Hierarchy of carbon ............................ carbon [N]
   ............................ cerium
   ............................ cesium
   ............................ chlorine [N]
   ............................ chromium [N]
   ............................ cobalt (mineral) [N]
   ............................ copper (metal) [N]
   ............................ fluorine [N]
   ............................ gallium [N]
   ............................ germanium [N]
   Hierarchy of gold (metal) ............................ gold (metal) [N]
   ............................ iodine [N]
   ............................ iridium [N]
   Hierarchy of iron (metal) ............................ iron (metal) [N]
   ............................ lead (metal) [N]
   ............................ lithium [N]
   ............................ magnesium [N]
   ............................ manganese [N]
   ............................ mercury [N]
   ............................ molybdenum [N]
   ............................ neodymium [N]
   ............................ neon [N]
   ............................ nickel (metal) [N]
   ............................ niobium [N]
   ............................ nitrogen [N]
   ............................ palladium [N]
   ............................ phosphorus [N]
   ............................ platinum (metal) [N]
   ............................ potassium [N]
   ............................ radon [N]
   Hierarchy of rare earth elements ............................ rare earth elements
   ............................ rubidium [N]
   ............................ seaborgium
   ............................ selenium [N]
   ............................ silicon [N]
   Hierarchy of silver (metal) ............................ silver (metal) [N]
   ............................ sodium (sodium) [N]
   ............................ strontium [N]
   ............................ sulfur (mineral) [N]
   ............................ thorium [N]
   ............................ tin (metal) [N]
   ............................ titanium [N]
   ............................ trace elements
   ............................ tungsten [N]
   ............................ uranium [N]
   ............................ vanadium [N]
   ............................ xenon [N]
   ............................ ytterbium [N]
   ............................ zinc [N]
   ............................ zirconium [N]
   Hierarchy of isotopes ........................ isotopes
   ............................ lead isotopes [N]
   ............................ neodymium isotopes [N]
   ............................ nitrogen isotopes [N]
   ............................ oxygen isotopes [N]
   ............................ radioisotopes
   ............................ strontium isotopes [N]
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