Everything you hear, see, smell, taste, and touch involves chemistry and chemicals (matter). Chemistry is the science of the materials that make up our physical world. Chemistry is the study of chemicals and what happens when they are mixed, heated or cooled. Everything is made of chemicals: Land, sea, sky, plants, houses, food, cars and you, are all made of chemicals.
Chemistry is also the study of atoms, molecules, and the interactions they undergo called chemical reactions. Through the breaking and forming of atomic bonds, various compounds change into new compounds, either producing or consuming energy in the process. Energy may be released in the form of heat or light, as in a fire or explosion. By exploiting chemistry and what we know about chemical reactions, we can produce chemicals with useful properties.
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Many American colleges and universities, including the most prestigious, consider SAT scores an important factor in judging the quality of applicants.
The CCC fosters an appreciation of chemistry as a career for talented young people and promotes national excellence in chemistry at the high school level.
Participation in the Canadian National Olympiad is a tremendous experience and a unique opportunity to travel and meet fellow students from around the world who have similar interests.
The Avogadro Exam is designed for Grade 11 high school students in their first high school chemistry course.Topics include: structure of matter, bonding, reactions, solutions, and gases.
The Chem 13 News Exam is designed for Grade 12 high school chemistry students in their second high school chemistry course and written by more than 6,000 students every May.
Q: Why are chemists great for solving problems?
A: They have all the solutions.