HGS Virtual E&E - Chemical Element Formation
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Environmental & Engineering Meeting - Wednesday, January 12, 2022
Speaker: Patrick Moore
Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware
Master of Science, Chemistry, University of Houston
Previous employer – Thermo Fisher Scientific, Environmental & Process Monitoring Division
Various roles including Sales, Management, Engineering, and Product Development
Chemical Element Formation
The formation of the 118 known Chemical Elements can be understood as deriving from four sources: The Big Bang, Stars, Supernovas, and Man-Made Elements. Each source produces a sequential sub-set of the 118-element total. Combined elements form gasses, like the air we breathe, liquids, like the beverages we drink or the gasoline for our automobiles, and solids, like plastics, rocks and minerals. Elements also exist in pure form such as Helium, Mercury, and Gold. How each source produces the elements as well as their distribution will be discussed.
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