Inorganic (no Carbon)
Physical (properties and changes)
Biochemistry (life chemical reactions)
Analytical (determines compostition)
Theoretical (uses math and computers to predict properties and new compounds)
Environmental (how chemicals affect the environment).
biology chemistry and physics
well, there are only 3 branches of science, BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, and PHYSICS.
Chemistry, Biology, Engineering & Nutrition are the branches of food science.
the branches of science are chemistry, biology and physics. in chemistry we learn about matter and the properties of the matter. in biology we study about the things around us. in physics we learn about the
there is nothing difference in our science branches, if you see deeply in biology ,you find chemistry then if you see deeply in chemistry ,you can find physics, same thing you can find incredible maths in physics.....
There are five major branches of chemistry: Analytical, Biochemistry, Inorganic, Organic, and Physical.
Anorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, electrochemistry, photochemistry, radiochemistry, biochemistry, agrochemistry, clinical chemistry, mecanochemistry, cosmochemistry, geochemistry, hydrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, forensic chemistry, etc.
Chemistry is a branch of science and there are many specialized branches. Ten specialized branches of chemistry are nuclear chemistry, biochemistry, analytical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, thermochemistry, polymer chemistry, physical chemistry, medical chemistry, geochemistry and medicinal chemistry.
Three branches of chemistry are: organic, inorganic, radiochemistry.
Physical chemistry Analytical chemistry Organic chemistry Inorganic chemistry Materials chemistry
The two main branches of chemistry are inorganic chemistry and organic chemistry.
There are many specialized branches of chemistry. Some of these branches include biochemistry, physiological chemistry, analytical chemistry, and organic chemistry.
Chemistry can be divided into four main branches. These branches are physical chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, and analytical chemistry.
No... it is not a branch of chemistry.. there are many branches, but mainly there are physical, inorganic, organic, theoritical these are sub divided again..
branches of chemistry
there are five branches: inorganic, organic, analytical, physical, and biochemistry. they could be further broken down into sub-branches such as organometallic chemistry, physical organic chemistry, electroanalytical chemistry, and so on and so forth.