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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 240. Reconciling Mechanisms and Rates

    Chemistry Factsheet: 240. Reconciling Mechanisms and Rates

    Experimentally-derived rate equations do not simply provide us with a mathematical relationship between the concentrations of reactants and the rate at which the reaction proceeds. The form the rate e...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 241. Proteins

    Chemistry Factsheet: 241. Proteins

    Proteins are vital biomolecules with a diverse range of roles such as providing structure, catalysis of metabolic reactions, cell signalling and genetic regulation to name a few. Without proteins, lif...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 242. Manufacture of Ethanol

    Chemistry Factsheet: 242. Manufacture of Ethanol

    Ethanol, C2H5OH, is a simple but extremely important compound manufactured globally on a huge scale. Current annual production of ethanol is in excess of 80 billion litres and this continues to rise. ...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 243. Saturated and Unsaturated Lipids

    Chemistry Factsheet: 243. Saturated and Unsaturated Lipids

    Lipids are biological molecules that include fats (solid compounds typically derived from animal sources), oils (liquid compounds mainly obtained from plants). Both fats and oils are part of a group o...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 244. Detergents

    Chemistry Factsheet: 244. Detergents

    Soaps and detergents are common materials associated with washing and cleaning. There is a key distinction between the two. Soaps are made from natural fats and oils, while detergents are made from sy...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 245. Using Chemistry: water analysis

    Chemistry Factsheet: 245. Using Chemistry: water analysis

    Water, the substance that dominates the environment and is a vital component of living processes is not pure H2O. The water that society depends on may contain other species that make it unsuitable fo...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 246. Chemical Stability

    Chemistry Factsheet: 246. Chemical Stability

    Studying chemistry requires an understanding of the stability of substances. A perusal of everyday materials reveals they have a range of different properties. There are some chemicals, for example fu...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 247. Ellingham Diagrams

    Chemistry Factsheet: 247. Ellingham Diagrams

    To succeed in this topic you will need to: • understand the concepts of enthalpy and entropy • understand the concept of Gibbs’ Free Energy • use the equation that links changes i...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 248. The Solvay Process - Manufacturing Sodium Carbonate

    Chemistry Factsheet: 248. The Solvay Process - Manufacturing Sodium Carbonate

    At the height of The Industrial Revolution, 1760-1840, there was an increasing demand for sodium carbonate. This was, and still is, used in large quantities in the manufacture of soaps and glass. An i...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 249. The Chemistry of Climate Change

    Chemistry Factsheet: 249. The Chemistry of Climate Change

    In this Factsheet, some of the causes and effects of climate change are highlighted from a chemistry perspective. The causes of climate change can be the subject of debate, but this Factsheet follows ...

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