Question : What are some examples for using chemistry in everyday life, and are easy to be taken a picture with? With myself also?
Answer : Try baking a cake, or making tea or washing your face or the best: drop some alka-selzter in a clear class or water. Just about anything that involves allowing different materials to interact with water present, usually has a chemical reaction going on. ..... or to be really provocative, light a cigarette - but for goodness sake, don't let it get anywhere near your lips.
Question : basically, i'm looking for some organic chemicals which are present in things that we use everyday, which are harmful in some way or the other and which we could detect by chemical tests.. something that could be tested in a a school laboratory..
please suggest a test..
Answer : plastic is made of organic polymers... how many objects do you use everyday are made of plastic?
if your stove uses gas, it's methane (alkane, organic)
Question : Ok so I have to write a paper about an area of everyday life that involves chemistry.
The teacher said that good examples of this would be pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals,
clothes, food chemistry, agriculture (fertilizers, pesticides etc), cosmetics, etc etc etc
There must be at least one relevant balanced equation.
There must be pictures of at least 2 relevant molecules.
So what would be some ideas on writing this kind of paper? it must be at the very least 1000 wor..
Answer : xD nadie te contesto la pregunta lero lero xD ntc menso hasla de nuex xD
FOOD CHEMISTRY ROCKS! tengo un libro de eso si decides hacerla de eso tiene ingos de info y yo te puedo ayudar :P