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CHEMISTRY NOTES FOR FORM TWO - KENYA

 

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Kenya Notes

These notes follow the Kenya Syllabus. The notes have been prepared by qualified professional teachers.


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IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING CHEMISTRY - PART 2


4. Creative thinking

To be a great chemist, you need to think creatively, and see complex problems from a different perspective. You can use your creativity and ingenuity to make improvements or produce valuable research.

 

5. Chemistry is Everywhere

No matter where you are, chemistry is around you. Every day, it affects what we see, hear, smell, taste, and touch. Learning chemistry will reveal a whole new understanding of how our world works.  Anything that has matter breaks down into chemical building blocks. If chemistry did not exist, we wouldn’t understand why leaves change colour in the fall, producing and preserving food, and so on. And there's always some chemical reaction that affects us in one way or another. It is safe to say the world would be a more mysterious place without it.

 

6. Better Understand Other Sciences
Just like many other sciences, chemistry incorporates multiple branches, each focusing on a particular aspect of chemistry. Studying chemistry enables you to understand different branches of chemistry, including inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, physical chemistry, environmental chemistry, and many more. Besides, if you ever decide to get a degree in biology or medicine, you will need to take chemistry as a prerequisite. Therefore, studying chemistry not only educates you in that particular field but also prepares you to be more successful in other related courses.




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