Definition of chemicals

Chemicals are substances that have a chemical composition and fixed properties. Chemical components cannot be identified using physical separation methods without decomposing the elements and determining the composition of their percentages. Chemicals are chemical compounds, chemical elements, ions or alloys.

Chemicals are divided into two large groups of minerals and organic. 

Chemicals in Shina 

Matter, anything that occupies volume. Chemicals are used to make a wide variety of consumer goods, as well as thousands inputs to agriculture, manufacturing, construction, and service industries. Chemicals in ShinaDT:

Caustic Soda

Where does chemicals use?

Everything is made of chemicals – from the food we eat and the water we drink, to the clothes we wear and all of the products we use every day.
The air we breathe is composed of chemicals, including nitrogen, oxygen and small amounts of argon and carbon dioxide. You brush your teeth with toothpaste that contains chemicals like fluoride .and sodium bicarbonate to help remove plaque from teeth. At breakfast, we might drink orange juice or coffee, even water, the most abundant natural resource on Earth, is made up of two elements on the Periodic Table – hydrogen and oxygen.

Chemicals and industries

There are many industries that are in some way associated with chemicals. Interaction of two or more chemicals that produces one or more new chemical compounds, or alters the properties of the mixed chemicals. Most reactions require heat, pressure, radiation, other conditions, and/or the presence of accelerators (catalysts).yes
Chemical compound, any substance composed of identical molecules consisting of atoms of two or more chemical elements.

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