What are bulk chemicals?
What are fine chemicals?
What 6 things is the chemical industry doing to become more sustainable?
What are the 5 raw materials for the chemical industry?
What is a feedstock?
What is synthesis and where does it take place?
What products leave the reactor, generally?
What five main types of product are made in the chemical industry?
Why did people begin to worry about the industry in the late 20th century?
What percentage of crude oil is used for making chemicals and where does the rest go to?
What new type of polyester is made using organic materials?
What is percentage yield?
What is the first step to reacting masses?
What is the second step to reacting masses?
What is the third step to reacting masses?
What is the fourth step to reacting masses?
What is the fifth and final step to reacting masses?
What two words mean 'a measure of the efficiency of a chemical process given in a percentage' and how is this worked out?
What is used to work out atom economy numerically?
What are reactive intermediates?
Weed-killer producers used to use a highly toxic chemical in their process - what chemical?
Making polycarbonate plastics used to use an exceedingly dangerous gas that has been used before as poisonous gas. What gas was this?
What five main uses are there for energy in a chemical plant?
What kind of process gives out energy and which kind takes it in?
What benefit is there of using a catalyst?
What is being developed in the place of normal catalysts and why?
What is it called when a product becomes the material for making the same product again?
What differences are there between sustainable development and green chemistry?
What good example is there of a drug whose environment impact was reduced, and what two things were improved in the new method of manufacture?