Chemistry Essay | Chemical Monitoring and Management

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Chemical Monitoring and Management

Summary: A course outline for grade 12 Chemistry including short exercises on chemical monitoring and management and information on the type of work and experiments done by professional chemists.
  1. 4: Chemical monitoring and Management
  2. 4.1: Much of the work of chemists involves monitoring the reactants and products of reactions and managing reaction conditions
Outline the role of a chemist employed in a named industry or enterprise, identifying the branch of chemistry undertaken by the chemist and explaining a chemical principle that the chemist uses

Outline - sketch in general terms; indicate the main features of

Identify - recognise and name

Explain - relate cause and effect; make the relationships between things evident; provide why and/or how

Burhan Gemikonakli is a Plant chemist at Qenos; a major Australian chemical manufacturing company that makes ethylene from ethanol then polymerises it to polyethylene.

Burhan's job includes:

  • Monitoring the quality of the ethylene and propylene products from the plant to ensure that thy meet the requirements for the next stage of manufacture (determining the amount of impurities present)
  • Monitoring wastewater...

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