The UK Chemical Sector is the fourth largest manufacturing sector in the UK economy, worth £65.6 billion in 2016. Chemicals are an integral part of the global Industrial Economy, and they are critical for addressing some of society’s most pressing challenges, such as environmental protection and climate change.
Chemicals form the very basis of our day-to-day life. They are an essential part of virtually everything we do and touch. The chemical industry is also a major contributor to the UK economy, accounting for over £100 billion in turnover and representing 4% of all UK manufactured exports.
Chemical companies may be small, multinationals or government agencies, but they’re all united by their need for an effective chemical management system that can underpin compliance with legislation and protect their interests, as well as those of customers and suppliers.
The acronym UK CHEMICAL is a useful mnemonic for the naming of the different parts of a chemical equation.
The word “UK” stands for “Understands Knowledge.” The letters from “K” to “M” stand for the symbols that represent the types of atoms that are present in a chemical molecule.
The letter “L” refers to “Leaves,” which relates to the fact that even though it cannot be seen, gas molecules are always present in air and can be detected by smell, taste, or touch.
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