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Chemical Engineering combines the principles of Chemistry, Mathematics, Economics, Biology, Physics, Microbiology, Biochemistry etc. This deals with the design and maintenance of chemical plants and chemical processes for converting raw materials into precious forms. The change in the chemical reaction due to the induced catalyst is catalysis. Catalysts are substances those increment the rate of reaction by providing other response pathway with a lower activation energy. In natural chemistry, catalysts are known as chemicals.
Systems biology is the study of systems of molecules, cells, tissues, organisms or entire species. Living systems are complex and dynamic, and their behavior cannot be predicted from the properties of one individual part. Systems biology is accountable for certain important advances in the science of environmental sustainability and human health. Chemical and Systems Biology discovers the molecular mechanisms that source cellular function and arise with human disease.
Chemistry is based on physical organic chemical principles, reaction and mechanisms that justify drug action. Drug Designing is a process used in biopharmaceutical industry to discover and develop new drug compounds. It involves design of small molecules that are complementary in shape and charge to biomolecular targets. Depending on the information available about potential drug compounds and drug targets ligand- based drug design, Structured-based drug design, homology-based methods are used.
Organic Chemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with the carbon containing compounds (except oxides and carbonates). Organic compounds are those obtained from living organisms include not only hydrocarbons but also compounds with any number of other elements like hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, halogens, phosphorus, silicon, and sulfur. The chemical substances that make our bodies are organic such as DNA, proteins and enzymes.
Green Chemistry is the subdiscipline of design for environment applying innovative scientific solutions to product manufacturing. It is an approach to the synthesis, processing and use of chemicals that reduces risk to human health and the environment. Renewable Resources can be explained as any energy source or material that can be used repeatedly and can be replaced within a period. Communal renewable resources include water, biomass fuels, Soil, wind, food and fiber, geothermal energy the sun.
Medicinal chemistry deals with the design and discovery of novel and improved therapeutic chemicals and progression of these chemicals into new drugs and medicines. This comprises the study of synthetic and relative aspects of existing drugs and agent development in relational to their bioactivities It allows collaboration with other scientists for researching and developing of new drugs.
Analytical chemistry deals with the studies and practices the methods and instruments to identify, isolated, and quantify matter. Mass spectrometry is an analytical laboratory technique to separate the components of the sample by their mass by using mass spectrometer. It consists of three steps ions production, separation and detection.
Biochemistry (Biological chemistry) is the chemistry of life which deals with various molecules that occur in living cells and organisms. It is concerned with the chemical constituents of living cells, their reactions and the processes they undergo. Large molecules (biological macromolecules) such as proteins and nuclei acids. Low molecules (metabolites) such as glucose and glycerol.
Electrochemistry deals with the study of chemical reaction which involves the interchange of electric charges between two substances. It also deals with the studies that associates between electric and chemical phenomena and the regulations that administer the transformation between electric and chemical energies.
Chromatography is a technique used for unraveling the mixtures between two phases, the stationary phase and the mobile phase which moves in a definite direction. chromatography is used to identify, analyze, purify and quantify the mixture. There are different modes of chromatography like gas chromatography, ion-exchange chromatography, liquid chromatography, affinity chromatography, which makes use of same basic principles. High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is an analytical technique used to separate component of mixture by using variety of chemical reaction between the analyte and chromatography column.
- Based on mode of chromatography
- Based on principle of separation
- Based on elution technique
- Based on scale of operation
- Based on type of analysis
Agricultural Chemistry is a science concerned with affecting of chemical and biochemical processes in the soil and plants. Improvement in soil that increases the yield is obtained using fertilizers and other chemicals, by the mineral nutrition of plants. Food chemistry is the study of decomposition mechanisms in non-living mechanisms and tissues. It covers composition, structure, properties of food and chemistry changes occurring during processing and utilization. The components include milk, meat, poultry, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins etc.,
Chemistry education is a term that express the study of teaching and learning of chemistry. Chemistry education might include how students learn chemistry, how to teach chemistry, how to improve learning outcomes by changing teaching methods and suitable training is provided by chemistry instructors, within many modes, including classroom lecture and laboratory activities.
A polymer is a long molecule formed by joining of small molecular units by chemical bonds. Polymer chemistry is a subset of chemistry that deals with the structures, chemical synthesis and properties of large molecules. Department of polymer chemistry comprises of polymer synthesis, polymer design, polymer physics and biomaterials design.
Materials chemistry is the branch of chemistry marked for the synthesis and design of materials with remarkable or possibly useful physical characteristics, such as optical, magnetic, and catalytic properties. It also includes the processing, characterization, and molecular-level understanding of these substances.
It is the science that contracts with the composition of matter and the alterations in composition which the matter may undergo.
Geo Chemistry deals with the study of the Earth and the other planets. Geochemistry practices the principles and tools of chemistry to elucidate the mechanisms behind Earth's crust and its oceans. Marine Chemistry/Chemical Oceanography is the subset of Geo chemistry that is concerned with the study of sea/ocean. This includes behavior of chemical elements with ocean, describes cycle of elements (biogeochemical cycle), behavior of isotopes and their tracers for past and present.
Physical chemistry is the branch of chemistry that is concerned with the study of matter and energy and the relationship between them. It changes the form or state of substance but not the substance itself. It deals with the physical properties of a material/substance such as temperature, melting point, freezing point, boiling point, density and color. It also provides the basis of modern methods of analysis, the determination of structure, and the elucidation of the way chemical reactions occur.
Environmental Chemistry is the subset of chemistry that is concerned with chemical and biochemical events that occur in natural environment. It is the study of sources, reactions, transport, effects and fates of chemical species in air, soil and water environment due to anthropogenic activity and biological activity. Environmental chemist deals with the study of conduct of pollutants and their environmental effects, in addition to their effects on natural environment and human health.
Inorganic Chemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with the inorganic compounds and their derivatives typically ionic base. These includes acid-base reactions, displacement reactions, redox reactions etc., Inorganic compounds are those obtained from minerals. This mainly deals with salts and crystals, most can dissolve in water due to the presence of ionic bonds. These have high melting points and degrade instead of boiling.
Pure Chemistry is more theoretical chemistry. Basic research is conducted for the sole of development of knowledge. It aims at discovering basic truths and principles. Builds up broad generalizations, principles and theories of education that results in discovery of useful concepts. Pure chemistry leads to Applied chemistry. Applied chemistry seeks practical applications, one lead the other for the research carried out to solve a problem. It is concerned with establishing relationship and testing theories in the field setting.
Theoretical chemistry combines the concepts and principles of all branches of chemistry. Within the context of theoretical chemistry, there is an organization of rules, principles and chemical laws, their improvement and describing, the construction of a grading. It follows the physical and mathematical approaches to elucidate the dynamics and structures of chemical system to understand, correlate and calculate their kinetic and thermodynamic properties. Theoretical Chemistry practices the laws of physics to calculate dynamics, bonding, molecular structure, physical properties reactivity, and spectroscopic response.
Forensic chemistry is the branch of science that concerned with the study of evidence discovered at a crime scene and used in court law. It deals with the application of scientific knowledge and methodology to legal problems and criminal investigations. The presentation of forensic chemistry must meet the needs of scientific and legal communities and it is unique in its research and practice among other chemical sciences.
Industrial Chemistry deals with the study of various chemical process in industry to produce synthetic products like cement, paint, medicines, plastics, glass, fertilizers and also industrial products and conversion of raw materials into products for the benefit of human. Engineering Chemistry is the branch of chemistry uses their knowledge of chemistry, biology, physics to discover and manufacture for the development of industry.
Medical Biochemistry will give a firm grounding in modern biochemistry, with reference to the ways in which this relates to medicine and healthcare. This includes genetics, microbiology, physiology, modules of proteins, molecular cell biology, metabolism, biochemical mechanisms for human disease. This is mainly focused on the molecular basis of heart disease, inflammation and kidney disease.
Multi-disciplinary joins together to work on common problem and splits apart when work is done. Multi-disciplinary Chemistry wraps all branches of science and its sub disciplines like Pharmaceutical, Biological exercises of Synthetic Drugs, Environmental Chemistry, Biochemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Petroleum Chemistry, and Agricultural Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Drug Chemistry and so on.
Nano chemistry or Nanoscience is the subset of science that study the phenomena and manipulation of materials at atomic, molecular and macromolecular scales. It is the extension of our science to examine the nature of our world at an ever-smaller scale. Nanometer is a billionth of a meter used to examine very smaller particles of materials. The size of the particles is important because of the length scale of the nanometer 10-9m the properties of material becomes affected.
Natural product is a material produced by living organisms from the mixes found in nature. Cells of organisms for natural products are plants, fungi, bacteria, insects, lichens, animals produce a large variety of organic compounds. Many substances are accidentally produced such as dynes, foodstuff, medicinal and other extracts from nature. The number and variety of plants, animals and other organisms that exist in an ecosystem is known as biodiversity.
Nuclear Chemistry deals with the study of nucleus of the atom, its reactions and radioactivity (alpha, gamma, beta), isotopes, nuclear energy, radioactive decay. It includes discoveries of electrons, protons, neutrons, nuclear transformations. The nucleons are bound together by a strong force called binding force. Radiation refers to the penetrating rays and particles emitted by a radioactive source.
Petrochemistry is the subset of chemistry that is concerned with petroleum and its derivatives. Petrochemistry is made of a mixture of different hydrocarbons. The most prolific hydrocarbons are alkanes, these are also known as branched or linear hydrocarbons. This also contains several complex hydrocarbons called as asphaltenes.