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HSC Chem - Chemical Monitoring and Management Notes

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Complete notes for HSC Chemistry - 9.4 Chemical Monitoring and Management. Detailedly and explicitly follows each dot point of the Chemistry Syllabus with clear headings.

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Chemistry Matter Industrial gases Gaseous signaling molecules Chemical elements Oxidizing agents Greenhouse gases Ozone Ammonia Chemical reaction Nitrogen Hydrogen
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Chemistry Matter Industrial gases Gaseous signaling molecules Chemical elements Oxidizing agents Greenhouse gases Ozone Ammonia Chemical reaction Nitrogen Hydrogen
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Chemists often work in teams and since each of them specialise in a particular area of chemistry, they need to collaborate in order to provide maximum benefits for their organization. The benefits include: - Wider range of in-depth knowledge is available. - Increases accuracy and validity of data results, as the chemists verify and collaborate with each other. - More efficient productivity and less environmental problems. Describe an example of a chemical reaction such as combustion, where reactants form different products under different conditions and thus would need monitoring - Combustion reactions have a number of states, depending on the amount of oxygen provided in the reaction. - The combustion of petrol (primarily octane) in a car’s internal combustion engine is a reaction where different p...
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