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Transcript of AP Chemistry
A + B AB
AB A + B
A + BC AC + B
AB + CD AD + CB Chemicals Used Chemical Engineer Chemical engineers work in the production of chemicals and many other processes that involve chemical processing. To help them in their work chemical engineers use the laws and theories of chemistry to build, reproduce, and understand chemicals on a large scale. Chemical engineers are known to specialize in different areas such as oxidation, pollution control, or the production of plastics. Illustrations Education Requirements Introduction to Chemical Engineering Principles
Separations in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
Mass, Momentum and Energy Transport
Chemical Engineering Laboratory
Chemical Reaction Engineering
Bachelors Degree Jobs Available Project Engineer - Thermoforming
Leading a project or team analyzing equipment and identifying problems in the process and then recommending solutions to those problems. By: Leah Frost AP Chemistry Methanol Fuel Cells are power generating devices that convert elements such as hydrogen into reliable electricity. Fuel cells are considered to be very energy efficient, and relatively beneficial to the environment. Reactions Chemicals Used Fuel Cells Pesticides Types of Pesticides Safety Raw Materials Safety Bibliography A pesticide can be a variety of different chemicals with the soul purpose to prevent, destroy, and repeal a pest. Pesticides are most commonly used in agriculture to protect from wild life that pose as a threat to the production of the plants. http://myfootpath.com/careers/engineering-careers/chemical-engineer-careers/ http://www.westerniot.com/other/Chemical-Engineering.jpg http://www.discover.engineering.utoronto.ca/Assets/Discover+Digital+Assets/chemical.jpg http://www.aiche.org/sites/default/files/styles/aiche_content/public/images/overview_page/about_image_chemical-engineers-in-plant-iStk_0.jpg Oxygen Anode Reactions:
2H2 + 4OH- 4H2O + 4e-
O2 + 2H2O + 4e- 4OH-
2H2 + O2 2H2O Hydrogen Water LED Chips Product/Integration Engineer
Working to improve yield and reduce cost of production and resolving all customer quality issues. Advanced Applications Engineer
coordinate in planning, designing and installing machinery or equipment in an industrial environment using advanced computer systems and knowledge of programming and engineering. Benzene Ammonia Trichloroethylene (TCE) Large stationary power
Power stations greater than 100 kW in capacity designed for off-grid power generation. Motive power
Includes cars, buses, utility vehicles, and materials handling applications. Small stationary power
Combined heat and power (CHP) units and uninterrupted power systems (UPS) in the watt to kilowatt range. Portable power
Includes Auxiliary Power Units (APU), soldier power, small and large personal electronics, and fuel cell education kits. Glyphosate Atrazine Chlorpyrifos Glyphosate: has been found in ground water and has been linked to birth defects, neurological disorders, fertility issues and cancer.
Atrazine: more commonly known as weed killer, atrazine has been found in 100% of rivers tested. Exposure to atrazine has been linked to increased risk of birth defects, infertility and possibly cancer.
Chlorpyrifos: is used in home setting and for large scale agriculture. A low-dose exposure can cause headaches, difficulty concentrating, fatigue, nausea, diarrhea and blurred vision. While more serious exposure can cause respiratory paralysis, increased risk of children born with lower IQs and potential for ADHD. Chlorine Oxygen Sulfur Phosphorus Nitrogen Bromine Flammability: hydrogen is highly flammable, and can result in serious fires and burns.
Asphyxiation: hydrogen is odorless and colorless so it can be very hard to determine if any is leaking form the fuel cell. Without the ability to detect a leak people are at risk of oxygen deficiency.
Pressure: if a cell was to fail, the amount of pressure exerted can cause serious injury from an explosion.
Electrical Shock: fuel cells conduct a constant flow of electricity, so the threat of electric shock is always there. A shock might be small enough that it is not noticed or severe enough that an individual could face cardiac arrest and death. •http://www.chevron.com/deliveringenergy/fuelcells/?utm_campaign=US_Energy_Sources_-_Fuel_Cells&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=bing_yahoo&utm_term=fuel_cells&utm_content=8pXrZBMs|pcrid|1855863169|pkw|fuel%20cells|pmt|p
•http://www.ehow.com/about_5393335_hydrogen-fuel-cell-dangers.html Glyphosate synthesis from Chloroacetic acid Yes,
salary is high
variety of working environments
•http://www.greatsampleresume.com/Job-Descriptions/Applications-Engineer-Job-Description.html Bibliography Reactions Synthesis A + BC AC + B Bibliography •http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/about/