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Industrial Chemistry Syllabus Notes

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Complete Syllabus Notes for Industrial Chemistry (5.5) including images and diagrams/

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Chemistry Industrial gases Household chemicals Oxidizing agents Sodium compounds Inorganic solvents Sulfuric acid Electrolysis Sodium carbonate Chemical equation Redox Chlorine
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Chemistry Industrial gases Household chemicals Oxidizing agents Sodium compounds Inorganic solvents Sulfuric acid Electrolysis Sodium carbonate Chemical equation Redox Chlorine
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s for natural products 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 in place to find a replacement for the named material AND Identify data, gather and process information to identify and discuss the issues associated with the increased need for a natural resource that is not a fossil fuel and evaluate the progress currently being made to solve the problems identified • A synthetic product can offer a more reliable supply and more stable price than a natural product • In the 1900’s one of the most important fertilisers used was guano o Natural product subjected to large scale mining for over 100 years o Has been largely replaced by synthetic products such as ammonia, superphosphate, ammonium sulfate and ammonium phosphate •...
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