How does understanding chemistry help us in todays world

asked by laly
  1. Helps us with medicine and progress in engineering and much more. Is that it? Hope it helps

    posted by Angellove
  2. Chemistry touches you all day, every day, and in more ways than we can write in a few minutes. Chemistry is responsible for the plastics we use, for the cars we use, for the medicine we take, for the food we eat, for the clothes we wear, for the paper you write on, for the ink to write with, for the technology of computers, for the solid propellants and metals used in the space program, and much more. In fact, I'm almost certain that you can't think of a single thing you do in one day that isn't touched by chemistry in some way.

    posted by DrBob222

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