Organic and Inorganic chemistry
Organic chemistry is the study of carbon-containing molecules' structure, characteristics, composition, reactions, and manufacture. The most common elements in organic compounds are carbon and hydrogen, although they can also contain a variety of other elements (e.g., nitrogen, oxygen, halogens, phosphorus, silicon, sulphur). Organic chemistry is a very creative science in which chemists are able to develop and investigate molecules and compounds..
The study of the synthesis and behaviour of inorganic and organometallic compounds is known as inorganic chemistry. This topic encompasses non-carbon-based chemical substances, which are the focus of organic chemistry. The distinction between the two fields is not absolute, as the sub discipline of organometallic chemistry has a lot of overlap. The behaviour of these molecules, as well as their qualities, physical and chemical characteristics, are studied in inorganic chemistry. Lists of inorganic compounds include all elements of the periodic table except carbon and hydrogen.
- Organic Industrial Chemistry
- Organic compounds
- Natural products
- Development of synthetic methodologies
- Organic synthesis
- Functional organic materials
- Supra molecular and macromolecular chemistry
- Physical and computational organic chemistry
- Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry
- Bioinorganic Chemistry
- Solid State, Materials, and Nano scale Chemistry
- Energy and Photochemistry