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Unformatted text preview: Forming Useful Byproducts Prasun Mahantis Group 3: Richard Mulder Kelly Stapleton Asher Kurtzman Shane Perez Introduction: Many chemical processes involve the production of byproducts that may have no purpose. Chemists try to reduce the production of these useless substances because of the effect they may have on the environment in their disposal. In this process scientists create instead products that are not only environmentally friendly but also products of practical use. In this investigation your group will work with some solutions of substances that when combined may have some practical use. Suppose that your team has been hired by a chemical waste disposal company. For a fee, the company collects large volumes of waste solutions. Waste treatment companies try to concentrate the solutions they receive as much as possible. Solid waste is easier to dispose of than solutions, after all. As an alternative, the company thinks that it can generate more revenue by producing something useful from its received solutions. Your job is to design procedures for making useful solids from a list of solutions that shall overall be sold for additional profit.making useful solids from a list of solutions that shall overall be sold for additional profit....
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- Fall '08