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Chemistry: Chemical Monitoring and Management Notes

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Notes on most (or all) syllabus dot points in the topic. It has all the main concepts explained and points laid out well. Possibly high band 5 notes, or even a band 6. It has unstructured points laid out for possible long response questions.

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Chemistry: Chemical Monitoring and Management Notes
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Chemistry Industrial gases Chemical elements Gaseous signaling molecules Oxidizing agents Greenhouse gases Ammonia Chemical reaction Ozone Oxygen Le Chatelier's principle Nitrogen
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Chemistry Industrial gases Chemical elements Gaseous signaling molecules Oxidizing agents Greenhouse gases Ammonia Chemical reaction Ozone Oxygen Le Chatelier's principle Nitrogen
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He: - Monitors the quality of ethylene and propylene products from the plant. - Determines impurities present in the products. - Monitors water waste to ensure it meets env. requirements. - Collaborate with process engineers at cracking furnace to ensure optimal yield produced. Principles: GSC - Gas solid chromatography focuses adsorption (a compound’s ability to diffuse onto a surface). - A mixture is vaporized into a stream of helium that flows over a stationary phase. Components of the mixture stick to the solid stationary phase to different exte...
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