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Module 3- Chemical Monitoring And Management

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Comprehensive and descriptive notes on HSC chemistry module 3: chemical monitoring and management

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Chemistry Industrial gases Oxidizing agents Environmental chemistry Greenhouse gases Household chemicals Ozone Ammonia Redox Chemical reaction Sodium carbonate Nitrogen
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Chemistry Industrial gases Oxidizing agents Environmental chemistry Greenhouse gases Household chemicals Ozone Ammonia Redox Chemical reaction Sodium carbonate Nitrogen
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1A. Gather, Process And Present Information From Secondary Sources About The Work Of Practising Scientists Identifying: - The Variety Of Chemical Occupations - A Specific Chemical Occupation For A More Detailed Study • Analytical Chemist- Analyses the content and quantity of substances, maintaining product quality. • Nuclear Chemist- Produces and maintains radioisotopes • Industrial Chemist- Produces industrial products such as ammonia, and various acids and bases. • Forensic Chemist- Collects and analyses data for use as evidence in legal proceedings. • Organic Chemist- Studies compounds predominately composed of carbon • Inorganic Chemist- Studies compounds without carbon as the predominant element Forensic Chemist: The forensic chemist analyses data, usually from cr...
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