Question : Like, when do we use,
- thermal decomposition,
- endothermic, and
reactions in every day life?
Answer : hmm,
corrosion = rust on your bumper
neutralization = baking soda in a kitty litter box
precipitation = running a hot shower so the steam can clear up your congestion (or your baby's croup)
thermal decomposition = the compost heap
these are just afew that jumped to mind, don't know if it is what you are looking for
Question : in which one substance transfers electrons to another substance, describe using one example how such a reaction plays an important role in our everyday life.
Answer : oxidation - rust
Question : For science, we have to state as many reasons as possible on how chemistry applies to my everyday life. Does anyone have any examples?
Answer : The list would be endless. Laundry, eating (digestion of the foods are chemical reactions), cooking, using cleaning products, using medication, watering plants, using fertilizers, bathing, heating, air conditioning, using toothpaste, using deodorant, lighting matches, treating your swimming pool, caring for your fish tank, even breathing. Chemistry happens everywhere!