What is department of chemistry?

  • (noun): The academic department responsible for teaching and research in chemistry.
    Synonyms: chemistry department

Some articles on department of chemistry, department, chemistry:

Malabar Christian College - Departments - Department of Chemistry
... The department offers the following courses B.Sc ... Chemistry with Mathematics and Physics as subsidiaries (Since 1957) M.Sc ... Chemistry (Four Semesters) with Environmental and Analytical Chemistry as special paper ...
Chevron Science Center - Department of Chemistry
... The department of chemistry, founded in 1875, is among the nation's largest undergraduate chemistry departments ... Other alumni and researchers in the department have made important discoveries in fields like recombinant DNA technology, nanotechnology, and alternative fuels, and have pioneered innovative drug and ...
University Of Ostrava - Faculties and Departments - Faculty of Science - Department of Chemistry
... The Department of Chemistry provides tuition of specialist disciplines of theoretical, semantic, and applied chemistry, including laboratory training ... The Department provides the following degree programmes the Bachelor programme Chemistry (single major or in combination with another major), the follow-up Master’s programme Physical Chemistry of ... Research within the Department focuses on the chemistry of structure and surfaces of solids (calorimetric studies, thermal analysis, zeta-potential ...

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