Chemistry plays a key role in every branch of science. It has even been dated to times as early as the Prehistoric Era, and all the way up to now, the Present. We use Chemistry on a day to day basis. From Jewelry, to Fire-Works, Soap, and also, even the food we eat. Often people look at Chemistry and are bored because of the information they may not know. Science is everywhere, we just have to open our eyes and explore the world of Science. There is more to Chemistry than meets the human eye, and there are several topics many people do not know the answers to.
Society was very different before Chemistry. It dates all the way back to 1000 BC. Civilizations began to use Chemistry as a way of life, developing new technology that would eventually lead us in to the present day. So what was the world like before Chemistry you might ask yourself? Life before Chemistry was much more difficult. Ancient Civilizations did not know which chemicals to pair with what, leaving them with lives that were much more difficult than what was needed. After the discovery of Chemicals, and the use of science in everyday lives, the environments became more and more structured. Humans began to use this way of life and channel it into their own, from the mixture of certain chemicals to make pottery, to extracting medicine out of plants. These things all became essential to surviving in the ancient times. “Chemistry is considered to have become a full-fledged science with the work of Antoine Lavoisier, who developed a law of conservation of mass that demanded careful measurements and quantitative observations of chemical phenomena.” (Wikipedia.com, N.p... Web. 7 Dec 2013. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_chemistry) This is how society life was before the usage of Chemistry.
Natural resources advanced the growth and usage of Chemistry in everyday life. In Early Civilization from dates all the way back as far as 1000 BC, nature played a major role in usage of Chemistry. The Natural resources such as plants, abled the people to make medicines. This became a way of life, and also a necessity in surviving.
Society today is still using...