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UNIT IX SECTION 1 OXYGEN

UNIT IX SECTION 1 OXYGEN AND SULFUR, CARBON AND SILICON ARE IMPORTANT ELEMENTS IN NATURE'S CHEMICAL STOREHOUSE Introduction. Two pairs of nonmetals, representing two families of the periodic table, namely, oxygen and sulfur, carbon and silicon, are very abundant, cheap raw materials, whose increasing use is so modifying our environment that they may be used as yardsticks for gauging the extent of the industrialization of modern civilization. Silicon is the only one of these elements that does not occur in large amounts in the uncombined state. Free silicon has few uses, but the compounds of silicon, such as sand, gravel, clay, and stone, rank next to coal in the tonnage of their production. A recent study has shown that water, air, coal, and sulfur are needed most frequently in preparing the 150 most important heavy (bulk) chemicals used in modern industry. Oxygen Is the Most Abundant Raw Material. Among all the elements oxygen stands first in abundance. Not only is oxygen found in the atmosphere in the free state to the extent of about 21 per cent by volume, but it is also found in the combined state as water, H2O, sand, Si02, and in the majority of the materials which make up the earth's crust. Nearly two thirds of the human body is oxygen. Oxygen constitutes about 50 per cent of all of the known material of our world, including its atmosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere. For commercial purposes the air generally serves as a source of oxygen, inasmuch as the other gases in the atmosphere are inert. When relatively pure oxygen is needed, it may be prepared by the fractional distillation of liquid air, while still purer oxygen is obtained by the electrolysis of water. Air and water are the two most important industrial raw materials. Oxygen is referred to as the "breath of industry." 623

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    Revised Edition Copyrighted, 1943.

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    VI PREFACE the origin and evolution

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