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Industrial Chemistry Full Study Notes - HSC Chemistry

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This document contains full study notes of the Chemistry elective Industrial Chemistry answering every single syllabus dot point required. It is written in chronological order for ease of navigation and organisation.

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Chemistry Industrial gases Oxidizing agents Inorganic solvents Sulfur Sulfates Sulfuric acid Electrolysis Electrochemistry Chlorine Bleach Sulfur dioxide
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Chemistry Industrial gases Oxidizing agents Inorganic solvents Sulfur Sulfates Sulfuric acid Electrolysis Electrochemistry Chlorine Bleach Sulfur dioxide
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▪ Discuss the issues associated with shrinking world resources with regard to one identified natural product that is not a fossil fuel, identifying the replacement materials used and/or current research to find a replacement for the named material. o A natural product is a product produced directly from something found in nature, with little or no modification. o The more uses we find for a resource, the more valuable it becomes. o High demand from a large population puts pressure on these resources and hence replacements for many natural products have been and are now necessary. o Raw Rubber: Raw rubber is a natural polymer. o It is obtained from the milky white liquid called latex extracted from the bark of the rubber tree. o Rubber trees are native to South America but since the late 19th century it has been grown in large plantations...
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