Does chemistry cover a more wide spectrum of science than biology?



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    Depends on what you mean by wider spectrum. Chemistry addresses all chemicals – those of life (organic) and non-life (inorganic). But life processes include chemical processes (and physical processes) that do not operate in inorganic materials.

    They are different; there is no reason to evaluate them as one having a “wider spectrum” than the other.

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    Not only are they different, but they are also interconnected at times. The study of living things generally involves lots of chemistry and biology. This study has its own name- biochemistry.

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    Chemistry studies can be interdisciplinary. Chemistry scholars might work in the intersections of medicine, engineering, atmospheric science, ocean science, space science, Earth science and materials science.

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