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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)
   ............ materials (substances)
   Hierarchy of material components ................ material components [N]
   .................... atoms
   Hierarchy of <bone components as materials> .................... <bone components as materials> [N]
   .................... chromophores
   Hierarchy of <egg components as materials> .................... <egg components as materials> [N]
   .................... electrons
   Hierarchy of <hair components as material> .................... <hair components as material> [N]
   Hierarchy of ions .................... ions
   Hierarchy of molecules .................... molecules
   Hierarchy of <seed components as materials> .................... <seed components as materials> [N]
   Hierarchy of <tooth components as material> .................... <tooth components as material> [N]
   Hierarchy of <materials by composition> ................ <materials by composition>
   Hierarchy of inorganic material .................... inorganic material
   Hierarchy of organic material .................... organic material
   Hierarchy of combination inorganic/organic material .................... combination inorganic/organic material
   Hierarchy of <materials by form> ................ <materials by form>
   .................... dispersion (material)
   Hierarchy of emulsion .................... emulsion
   Hierarchy of filament (material) .................... filament (material)
   Hierarchy of film (material by form) .................... film (material by form)
   .................... foam (material form)
   Hierarchy of <materials by chemical form> .................... <materials by chemical form>
   Hierarchy of <materials by grouping> .................... <materials by grouping>
   Hierarchy of <materials by physical form> .................... <materials by physical form>
   Hierarchy of <materials by physical state> .................... <materials by physical state>
   .................... membrane
   .................... mesh
   Hierarchy of paneling .................... paneling [N]
   .................... planchet
   .................... ribbon (material)
   .................... shavings (material)
   .................... smoke (material)
   .................... solution
   Hierarchy of syrup .................... syrup
   Hierarchy of tape (material) .................... tape (material)
   Hierarchy of veneer (material) .................... veneer (material)
   .................... wicker
   Hierarchy of <materials by formation process> ................ <materials by formation process>
   Hierarchy of deposit .................... deposit
   .................... pseudomorphs
   Hierarchy of <materials by function> ................ <materials by function>
   Hierarchy of abrasive .................... abrasive
   Hierarchy of additive (material) .................... additive (material)
   Hierarchy of adhesive .................... adhesive
   .................... adulterant
   .................... antidotes
   .................... antistatic agent
   Hierarchy of artists' materials .................... artists' materials
   .................... assays
   .................... base color
   Hierarchy of binder (material) .................... binder (material)
   Hierarchy of biological control agents .................... biological control agents
   .................... biomarkers
   .................... bitstone
   Hierarchy of bleach .................... bleach
   .................... bluing
   Hierarchy of building materials .................... building materials
   Hierarchy of catalyst .................... catalyst
   Hierarchy of chelating agent .................... chelating agent
   .................... chrism
   Hierarchy of cleaning compound .................... cleaning compound
   Hierarchy of coating (material) .................... coating (material)
   .................... color (pigment)
   Hierarchy of colorant (material) .................... colorant (material)
   .................... conditioner [N]
   Hierarchy of conductor (material) .................... conductor (material)
   .................... coolant
   Hierarchy of cosmetics .................... cosmetics [N]
   .................... deodorant [N]
   Hierarchy of drugs .................... drugs
   .................... etch (gum arabic)
   Hierarchy of <explosive and incendiary materials> .................... <explosive and incendiary materials>
   .................... facing (material)
   Hierarchy of fertilizer .................... fertilizer
   .................... fill (leveling material)
   Hierarchy of filler (inert additive) .................... filler (inert additive)
   Hierarchy of filter (materials) .................... filter (materials)
   .................... fireproofing agent
   Hierarchy of fixative .................... fixative
   .................... flux
   Hierarchy of food .................... food
   Hierarchy of fuel .................... fuel
   .................... incense
   .................... initiator
   Hierarchy of leather dressing .................... leather dressing
   Hierarchy of lining (material) .................... lining (material)
   .................... lubricant
   Hierarchy of medicines .................... medicines
   Hierarchy of modeling material .................... modeling material
   .................... molding material
   .................... ointment
   .................... opacifiers
   .................... packing material
   .................... padding (material)
   .................... perfume (scent)
   Hierarchy of photographic materials .................... photographic materials
   .................... poison
   .................... potpourri (material)
   .................... poultice
   .................... pounce (powder)
   Hierarchy of preservative .................... preservative
   .................... propellant
   .................... reagent
   Hierarchy of refuse .................... refuse
   .................... reinforcing materials
   Hierarchy of release agent .................... release agent
   .................... sealant
   Hierarchy of sealing compound .................... sealing compound
   .................... shampoo [N]
   .................... shaving cream [N]
   Hierarchy of solvent .................... solvent
   Hierarchy of specimens .................... specimens [N]
   .................... substratum
   Hierarchy of surface preparation materials .................... surface preparation materials
   .................... toothpaste
   .................... tracer
   Hierarchy of trimming (material) .................... trimming (material)
   .................... webbing (material)
   Hierarchy of <materials by origin> ................ <materials by origin>
   Hierarchy of biological material .................... biological material
   Hierarchy of residue materials .................... residue materials
   Hierarchy of <materials by property> ................ <materials by property>
   .................... abrasion-resistant material
   Hierarchy of acid .................... acid
   Hierarchy of base (substance) .................... base (substance)
   Hierarchy of buffer (material) .................... buffer (material)
   .................... chemical-resistant material
   .................... chemicals (materials)
   .................... corrosive material
   .................... dielectric (material)
   .................... electrolytes
   Hierarchy of hazardous substance .................... hazardous substance
   Hierarchy of heat resistant material .................... heat resistant material
   Hierarchy of imitative materials .................... imitative materials
   .................... impurities
   .................... inert material
   .................... luminophor
   .................... magnets
   .................... multiple materials (materials for groups)
   Hierarchy of nanomaterials .................... nanomaterials
   .................... pollutants
   Hierarchy of pyroclastic material .................... pyroclastic material
   Hierarchy of smart materials .................... smart materials
   Hierarchy of sorbent .................... sorbent
   .................... sulfate-reducing bacteria
   Hierarchy of surface active agent .................... surface active agent
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