How Chemistry Affects My Life

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How Chemistry Affects My Life

Chemistry is important and affects my every day life because, everything is made of chemicals. I am composed of chemicals. So are my dogs, my desk in my room and, so is the sun. Drugs are chemicals, food is made from chemicals. Many of the changes you observe in the world around you are caused by chemical reactions. Examples include changing colors of leaves, cooking food and getting clean.

Chemistry creates the atmosphere of understanding how and what our most precious world is made of. Everything is made up of multiples of infinitesimal atoms closely packed together to give us one whole product. Moreover, it elaborates more on how different chemicals react with each other. Therefore, it is clear that chemistry is everywhere at any time! Most of us use chemistry in everyday life without even realizing it! Chemistry is basically the science of matter or substances, and how these substances interact and change or transform. Every time we cook, clean, eat, breathe, we are using chemistry. And of course most of the products we use are manufactured using chemistry, foods, chemicals, cleaning products, film, cosmetics, etc. You can use chemistry without understanding it. We live in a world of matter. From the food that sustains our lives to various objects that have built up our physical culture, everything is made up of matter. The human body itself is a mixture of matter of differing types. The humans who used materials obtained from nature for centuries, later made new materials out of these to suit their needs. Now the humans have thousand of materials for their use - both natural and human made. The ability that humans acquired to make new materials from natural materials is the basis of human progress. When the structure of the material world and the nature of physical and chemical changes in them were studied, humans were able to make new materials and to control their different properties. The development of chemistry...
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