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HSC Chemical Monitoring and Management Syllabus Notes

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Complete Syllabus Notes for the topic 'Chemical Monitoring and Management' including relevant diagrams, images and equations.

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HSC Chemical Monitoring and Management Syllabus Notes
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Chemistry Industrial gases Oxidizing agents Greenhouse gases Refrigerants Equilibrium chemistry Ozone Chemical reaction Ammonia Stratosphere Catalysis Le Chatelier's principle
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Topics this document covers:
Chemistry Industrial gases Oxidizing agents Greenhouse gases Refrigerants Equilibrium chemistry Ozone Chemical reaction Ammonia Stratosphere Catalysis Le Chatelier's principle
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Pollution of air, land and water in urban, rural and wilderness areas is a phenomenon that affects the health and survival of all organisms, including humans. An understanding of the chemical processes involved in interactions in the full range of global environments, including atmosphere and hydrosphere, is indispensable to an understanding of how environments behave and change. It is also vital in understanding how technologies, which in part are the result of chemical research, have affected environments. This module encourages discussion of how chemists can assist in reversing or minimising the environmental problems caused by technology and the human demand for products and services. Some modern technologies can facilitate the gathering of information about the occurrence of chemicals — both those occurring in natural environments and those that are release...
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