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Applications of Chemical Reactions in Everyday Life

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Plastics

Fossil Fuels
a. Formed over a long period of time
from decomposition of dead
organisms
Three ingredients:
iron ore
limestone
coke(Carbon)
Applications of Chemical Reactions in Everyday Life
Field that they study chemical reactions
study how different substances interact, when mixed, to form a new substance
once the reaction is understood, it can be repeated like a recipe for cooking
Conclusion:
Average Starting salary is 60k-80k per year for chemists


Iron &Steel
Uses:
Wood
Stones
Medical (ex: bones, Joint replacements)
Paper
Metal
leather
Glass
Chemistry
Brownies
Think of chemical reactions like baking brownies
Brownie mix
+
1 egg
+
oil
+
water
+
heat(energy)
Delicious brownies
Blast
furnace
Uses:
Cars/Ships/Trains
buildings
Stainless still items
Made when you combine long
molecules of carbon called
polymers
Low costs
Easy to make
Versatile
Not penetrable by liquids
Three Major forms:
1- Carbon
2- Oil/Petroleum
3- natural gas

Combustion:
CH4 + 2O2 CO2 + H2O + Heat
Fuels react with oxygen to produce heat
Down sides to Fossil fuels:
Dirty/Pollution
Not re-new able
Not enough to go around
Scientists continue to look at new ways of making
new substances that are effective and efficient.

Topics of debate for all sorts of groups

chemical reactions can have an impact on how we
live are lives.
Why plastics?
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