In terminology, physical (TR:2789), similar to chemical (TR:2232), refers to things related to physics.

The following are example usage quotes:

“We pledge to put in power this truth: no other forces than the common physical chemical ones are active within the organism. In those cases which cannot at the time be explained by these forces one has either to find a specific way or form of their action by means of physical mathematical method, or to assume new forces equal in dignity to the chemical-physical forces inherent in matter, reducible to the force of attraction and repulsion.”
Emil Reymond (1842), written in collaboration with Ernst Brucke; soon after, Helmholtz and Karl Ludwig joined in (see: Reymond-Brucke oath), and as legend has it they each signed it with their own blood

See also
Physical chemistry
Physical economics
Physical humanities
Physical intelligence
Physical science
Physical sociology

External links
Physical (disambiguation) – Wikipedia.

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