Chemical in Daily Life

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GENERAL INTRODUCTION OF CHEMISTRY:-
“Chemistry is the study of matter”

Its brief meaning explains it all. Chemistry is a science that deals with matter, its composition, and changes they undertake.

Chemistry has been part in our lives ever since. It contributes to our existence, our culture, and our life. Chemistry explains why changes happen around us. All living processes are chemical reactions. It helps in sustaining our needs. Through this we are able to feed the world’s population, medicines to cure diseases and improve health, and to protect our environment.

Chemistry plays an important role in our lives. It contributes a lot to human knowledge. So let’s use chemistry in a way that human being and our environment would benefit from it. Chemistry involves everything about us. It is part of our daily life. From the moment we wake up until we go to bed. The food we take, the makeup we put on our faces, the soaps and cleaners we used everyday, chemistry is all around you every day. hemistry is somehow related to accountants. Because it helps to understand the changes that accountants undergo in their life and to understand human body. It only shows that chemistry plays a major role in our life. It explains every phenomenon in Life and illustrates the changes in our environment. It can be the source of maintaining the ecological balance and designates the life of planet Earth. Chemistry draws the chemical phenomena in life processes that contributes to our knowledge about the chemical changes in life and environment. Learning chemistry is like learning the reality that we are blessed by God because He create us and other Living things perfectly. Accountants need to study chemistry in order to know about the life processes and the composition of every thing. And that is the scope of studying chemistry.

MPORTANCE AND USES OF CHEMISTRY

An understanding of living organisms, including...
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