• anonymous
Which of the following correctly describes analytical chemistry? -Analytical chemistry is the study of mechanisms, rates, and energy changes associated with changes of matter. Applications include reaction rates and energy conservation and production. -Analytical chemistry is the identification of and analysis of substances. Applications include food nutrients and quality control. -Analytical chemistry is the study of substances that are involved in the process of living organisms. Applications include metabolism and fermentation. -Analytical chemistry is the study of matter that does not contain carbon. Applications include materials, minerals, and semiconductors.
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  • chmvijay
I feel its identification of and analysis of substances
  • anonymous
The answer is, just as chmvijay said, "the identification of and analysis of substances". This includes Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis, with quantitative being closely related to the "quality control" in the description. The first Chemistry definition there was supposed to be Physical Chemistry, the third is Biochemistry, and the fourth is Inorganic Chemistry.

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