Polymer chemistry is a branch of science that studies polymers and macromolecules' chemical production, structure, and chemical and physical properties. Polymer chemistry principles and methods can be used to a variety of other chemistry sub-disciplines such as organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, and physical chemistry. Polymeric structures can be found in a wide range of materials, from totally inorganic metals and ceramics to DNA and other biological molecules; nevertheless, polymer chemistry is most commonly associated with synthetic, organic compositions. Polymer chemistry opens up a fascinating universe of structures with a variety of architectures, compositions, and functions. As polymer chemistry progresses, many of the opportunities and problems that lie ahead will revolve around the assembling or production of higher-order objects.
- Physical Characterization
- Polymer Engineering
- Polymer Materials
- Polymer membranes for separation technology
- Polymer Synthesis, Modification and Self-assembly
- Polymers for energy generation and storage
- Polymers for opto- and microelectronics