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Exercise 3 Like every thing else in the world, Chemical  engineering has a history.  There were great experiments  and achievements to get chemical engineering to where it is  now, and it certainly did not happen overnight.  Chemical  engineers helped win wars.  By learning how to split atoms,  create plastics, improve health, create various drugs, make  synthetic fibers, liquefy air, clean the environment,  fertilize crops, and utilize petrochemicals, chemical  engineering has provided many things to society over the  years and has contributed greatly to the successes of the  world.   American chemical engineers worked together during  World War I to construct ammonia plants that created  explosives that helped win.  Even German chemical engineers  were involved, and they created rubber warfare.  Chemical 
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This essay was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course CHEE 1131 taught by Professor Economou during the Fall '05 term at University of Houston.

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