Right from the ancient 'mummifying' in Egypt to Mendeleef's periodic table, and the recent discovery of subatomic particles, the study and application of chemistry products as indeed come a long way.
One of the products of daily use is chemical detergents, that together with soaps, are of great efficiency and convenience to maintain the hygiene of the body and what is worn. Toothpastes, cleansers and chemicals to clear sewage blockage are other forms of chemistry products.
Pesticides are used for protecting crops; sprays and fragrances in aerosol cans, and a vast range of suspensions, lubricants and oils that are used in several industries and applications.
Steroids and energy-boosters are often taken by athletes for surplus stamina, though considered illegitimate by governing bodies of various sports that are part of their career.
Modern plastics and polyesters are also examples of chemistry products that are used in major industries like textiles, food and beverage packaging, fabrics, utensils and even children's toys.
Most of the textile dyes and other colorants are classified as specialty chemicals, and the study of chemical engineering with the help of desired apparatus and instruments can give more insight in the disciplines.
Aerosol cans and the role Chloro Fluoro Carbon (CFC) compounds play is also crucial. The aerosol sprays are basically made to diffuse contents in the form of aerosol particles. The first form of spray can was introduced in 1943 by Americans Lyle Goodhue and William Sullivan, and was termed as the bug bomb. A double-component aerosol device has main component stored in main chamber and the accessory component is meant for the secondary content.
Cosmetics, soaps and beauty products are a result of progressive research in the field of chemistry. The most notable contribution of chemistry is in the form of medicines and drugs for various disorders that come in several forms like capsules, syrups, suspensions and lotions