Content PageIntroduction 39.1 Sulphuric acid9.1.1 Properties of sulphuric acid49.1.2 The uses of sulphuric acid59.1.3 The industrial process in manufacture of sulphuric acid99.1.4 Environmental pollution by sulphuric acid129.2 Ammonia and its salt9.2.1 Properties of ammonia139.2.2 The uses of ammonia169.2.3 The industrial process in manufacture of ammonia179.3 Alloys9.3.1 Physical properties of pure metals189.3.2 Meaning and purpose of making alloys209.4 Synthetic polymers9.4.1 The meaning and types of polymers219.4.2 Advantages of synthetic polymers239.4.3 Environmental pollution caused by synthetic polymers239.4.4 Methods to overcome the environmental pollution caused by synthetic polymers239.5 Glass and ceramics249.6 Composite material28Conclusion 30References31
All the objects that exist around us are made up of chemical substances. Theseobjects exist an element, compound or mixture. All these objects contribute benefit tohumankind. As time goes on, human has done many researches to ensure all thesechemical substances will be enough for the use of themselves.