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thermic may refer to one or more of these topics related to heat:
- a past synonym for thermal (also, thermics was a synonym for thermodynamics)
- the thermic effect of food (TEF)
- the thermic reaction of skin, a topic of 19th century hydrotherapy, but the phrase is also used more recently in other contexts 
- thermic reaction may refer to a triggered change in body temperature 
- thermic reaction or thermic process can refer to a chemical reaction that may turn out to be exothermic or endothermic
- the suffix -thermic, as in the following list of thermic inorganic reactions involving chemical reduction. (Highly thermic reactions are those requiring or producing a large amount of heat.)
- thermic lance
- thermic component, thermic composition, thermic effect or thermic reaction may refer to a near-explosive property 
- thermic reaction or thermic binding can refer to biochemical processes 
References and Notes
- McKie, William L (1993-06-01). Scientific Hydrotherapy. ISBN 9780787305994.
- Borth, R; Heltai, A; De Watteville, H (1951). "Effect of progesterone on the thermic reaction of the skin during the menopause". Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift. 81 (41): 991–2. PMID 14876412.
- Rogers, Fred T. (1926). "STUDIES OF THE BRAIN STEM: X. The Conditions under which Extract of the Posterior Lobe of the Hypophysis Causes an Increase in Body Temperature". Am J Physiol. 76: 284–292.
- "Class Definition for Class 149 - EXPLOSIVE AND THERMIC COMPOSITIONS OR CHARGES". Uspto.gov. Retrieved 2013-11-24.
- Tejedor, F; Ballesta, JP (1986). "Reaction of some macrolide antibiotics with the ribosome. Labeling of the binding site components". Biochemistry. 25 (23): 7725–31. doi:10.1021/bi00371a066. PMID 3542032.
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