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Physical science

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noun

Any of the sciences concerned with the study of non-living systems, such as the nature and properties of energy, in contrast to biological sciences that study living systems.


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Physics, chemistry, astronomy, geology and other disciplines concerned with the study of non-living things are examples of physical science.


Word origin: Middle English phisical, medical, from Medieval Latin physicālis, from Latin physica, physics; science (see science).

Compare: Biological Science.
See also: natural science.


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