hw1chee2 - Exercise 2 Chemical engineering is one of the...

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Exercise 2 Chemical engineering is one of the broadest  engineering categories.  It is extremely hard to  characterize and is involved with so many different job  industries.  Chemical engineering is unique and yet similar  to the other engineering categories.   Chemical engineering is extremely difficult to define  because chemical engineers do many different things.  Chemical engineers don’t just make chemicals or work in  factories.  Chemical engineers always think about the  conservation of energy and matter, and the principles of  chemical reactivity and equilibrium.  They work in  pharmaceuticals, design, petrochemicals, biotechnology,  safety industries, food processing, and many other places.  They are so useful that they are often referred to as the  universal engineer.  They also work in labs, factories,  firms, law offices, government agencies, and other places 
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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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