A major chemical company recently released a new series of articles about commonly used chemicals and their applications in daily life. The use of chemicals has changed dramatically over the past three decades. This series of articles is geared toward chemists and students searching for updated and reliable information about the use of certain chemicals. They can also help to banish fears consumers may have about using various chemicals for necessary purposes.
Some chemicals are found naturally in foods people eat each day. In a recent Darmouth University study, Gordon W. Gribble explored chemophobia, which is the exaggerated fear of anything chemical. For example, foods are prepared with natural chemical compounds yet certain people have an unnecessary fear they are unsafe. The study also explores the ramifications of these fears.
In its series of articles, Seidler Chemical Company covers chemical compounds such as chelates. These compounds have hydrgen bonds and are found in human blood. They play an important role in chemistry and biology because they transport oxygen. Chelates also help to flush out toxins such as mercury, lead and arsenic. As a result, this chemical compound is helpful to people rather than harmful. Chelates are also being used as an alternative treatment for autism. An irrational fear of chemicals can hold people back from progressions in medicine, nutrition and more.
These new articles about specific chemical applications are written in simple terms to make them easy for most people to read and comprehend. Corporations and their representatives often need to understand how chemical are used for purposes such as treating waste water and addressing specific environmental concerns. Richard Seidler, President of Seidler Chemical Company, stated, “Our team members work together to enhance the productivity and satisfaction of our entire business network.”
Chemophobia can prevent businesses from using certain chemicals for positive purposes including maintaining a cleaner and greener environment. The conscientious use of chemicals begins with understanding how they work. Reading articles and reviewing updated studies ensures chemicals are used wisely without fear.