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Robert S. Orsilada
BET-ESET 1A STEM
Reflection: Environmental Chemistry
The concept of this lesson is to learn about the change in our environment. Like our air, soil and climate
change. Here I found out everything going on in our environment. This topic will help your curiosity
around us.
I found out in environmental chemistry is a multidisciplinary field that includes both organic and
inorganic chemistry. Chemistry organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, and mathematics
are all examples of chemistry. Incorporating biology and statistics into the study of the effects of
chemicals on nature environment. It's about the differences between chemicals that come from nature
and those that are made by humans how the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and geosphere interact with
each other and how Chemicals' detrimental effects on the environment can be minimized and managed.
Environmental chemistry is the scientific study of chemical and biological phenomena that occur in
natural settings. It’s not to be confused with green chemistry, which tries to reduce pollution at its
source rather than removing it. It is the study of the origins, responses, movements, effects, and fates of
chemical species in the air, soil, and water, as well as the effects of human and biological activities on
them. Environmental chemistry is an interdisciplinary area that includes chemistry of the atmosphere,
water, and soil, as well as chemistry of the atmosphere, water, and soil, as well as chemistry of the
atmosphere, water, and soil.
The air we breathe, the land we live on, the water we drink, and the climate around us are all part of our
environment. We must try to guarantee that our advancements in some areas do not have a negative
impact on our environment while simultaneously ensuring that any damage that has happened is
mitigated.
I understand how to uncontaminated environment functions, which chemicals are naturally present in
what concentrations, and what effects they have, is the first step in environmental chemistry. It would
be hard to correctly assess the consequences of humans’ chemical releases on the environment without
this.

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Robert S. Orsilada BET-ESET 1A STEM Reflection: Environmental Chemistry The concept of this lesson is to learn about the change in our environment. Like our air, soil and climate change. Here I found out everything going on in our environment. This topic will help your curiosity around us. I found out in environmental chemistry is a multidisciplinary field that includes both organic and inorganic chemistry. Chemistry organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, and mathematics are all examples of chemistry. Incorporating biology and statistics into the study of the effects of chemicals on nature environment. It's about the differences between chemicals that come from nature and those that are made by humans how the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and geosphere interact with each other and how Chemicals' detrimental effects on the environment can be minimized and managed. Environmental chemistry is the scientific study of chemical and biological phenomena that occur in natural settings. It’s not to be confused with green chemistry, which tries to reduce pollution at its source rather than removing it. It is the study of the origins, responses, movements, effects, and fates of chemical species in the air, soil, and water, as well as the effects of human and biological activities on them. Environmental chemistry is an interdisciplinary area that includes chemistry of the atmosphere, water, and soil, as well as chemistry of the atmosphere, water, and soil, as well as chemistry of the atmosphere, water, and soil. The air we breathe, the land we live on, the water we drink, and the climate around us are all part of our environment. We must try to guarantee that our advancements in some areas do not have a negative impact on our environment while simultaneously ensuring that any damage that has happened is mitigated. I understand how to uncontaminated environment functions, which chemicals are naturally present in what concentrations, and what effects they have, is the first step in environmental chemistry. It would be hard to correctly assess the consequences of humans’ chemical releases on the environment without this. Name: Description: ...
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