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Rate of Reaction In Our Daily Lives

Chemistry has a lot of uses in our daily lives. In allows us to understand many simple (simple? haha lol) concepts that may actually explain occurrences in our daily lives and also, improve on it. Perhaps, it’s only when we’ve gone deeper into chemistry do we learn to appreciate it. For example, with cooking, we know that the higher the temperature, the faster the reaction. This is why we freeze our food. We know that freezing greatly decreases the temperature of the food slowing down the reactions (including decay) of the food. On the other hand, if we put frozen food into a warm place for defrosting before cooking, we may just have to wait a shorter time.

We also know in medicine that we have catalysts that speed up the reaction in our bodies. This is how we may have for example a faster digestion or quicker immune system or alike. Perhaps after more discussion however will we be able to look further into medicine.

As we can see from above, understanding all these concepts may help us not only get high grades in school but with our daily lives. Not only can we live more efficiently but also more comfortably. Note that by knowing exactly how fast the rate of reaction is measured in the reaction, we may time exactly how we operate in our daily lives and thus help improve our lives more.


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