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Physical chemistry is the branch of chemistry that majorly covers thermodynamics, Quantum chemistry, Chemical kinetics, Electrochemistry, States of matter, Symmetry and Group theory, and Molecular spectroscopy.
Basic knowledge in Physics, Biology, and Mathematics is required to understand the concepts in physical chemistry.
Most concepts of physical chemistry are learnt by solving numerical problems. Excel or spreadsheets are used to make plots in chemical kinetics and thermodynamics. Software’s like MathCad, MATLAB, MAPLE, and Mathematica are required to solve advanced problems in physical chemistry.
Organic chemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with the study of structural properties, reactions and preparation of carbon containing compounds.
IUPAC nomenclature is used to name organic compounds. Different spectroscopic techniques are used to understand the structural properties of compounds. Reaction mechanism and synthesis are used to study preparation of different types of organic compounds.
Analytical chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with analysis of samples and separation of mixtures. It covers both qualitative and quantitative analysis. Various analytical technics are used in the analysis of samples. GC, HPLC, spectrophotometer, flame-ionization photometer, ICP-MS, voltammetry, potentiometry, coulometry, and titrations are different techniques used in the analysis and separation.
Basic knowledge in statistics is essentially required for making plots and analysis of compounds. Spread sheets are widely used in solving problems in analytical chemistry.
Inorganic chemistry is a branch of chemistry which deals with all main group elements, transition and inner transition elements. It mainly focusses on preparations, properties and structure of inorganic compounds.
Group theory, chemical bonding, coordination compounds, atomic structure, periodic properties, acids and bases are major topics in inorganic chemistry. Bioinorganic chemistry deals with biological importance molecules. Different spectral techniques help to understand bonding and structural features in inorganic compounds.