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  1. Jonah Said
    Sep 24, 2010 @ 03:31:43

    Chemical scientists make processes to ensure the very most economical operation. This means that the entire production chain should be planned and controlled for costs. A chemical guy can either simplify and complicate showcase effects for an economic advantage. Using a higher pressure or temperature makes several reactions simpler; ammonia, for example, is simply produced from the component elements in a high-pressure reactor. On the other hand, reactions with a small can be recycled endlessly, which would be hard, arduous work if done by hand in the laboratory. It is not unusual to build 6-step or even twelve-step evaporators to reuse the vaporization energy for an economic benefit. In contrast, lab chemists evaporate samples in a single step. Adventurism

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