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About Chemistry Department
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Applied Chemistry has a practical approach to the science of chemistry and wants to use what this science has to offer in the industry. And that's why graduates are more familiar with the concepts in the chemical industry and are better able to absorb the job market. Chemistry deals with atoms, elements, molecules, ions, material structures, properties, behavior, and their changes. In chemistry, they use chemical reactions to synthesize new, useful and useful substances with new properties. There is another area of this science called "green chemistry" in which they seek to synthesize environmentally beneficial materials to help humanity.
Applied Chemistry majors for further study:
• Organic Chemistry: Specifically, it is referred to those organic structures that contain carbon and hydrogen and are connected by bonds. In other words, organic chemistry is the chemistry of colors, drugs, rubber, gasoline, food, and even clothing that we wear.
• Mineral Chemistry: It is the chemistry of Catalysts, Metal Alloys, Mining Industries, and Electrochemical Studies of Mineral Complexes.
• Physical Chemistry: By examining the direction of the reaction, the rate of the reaction, the equilibrium in the chemical reactions and fuzzy equations, as well as the kinetic study of the reaction, it can lead to many changes in various chemical industries.
• Analytical Chemistry: it involves the study of methods for separating, identifying, and quantifying the natural or artificial components of a substance.
• Nanochemistry: In this sub-category, all topics of organic, mineral, analytical chemistry and physical chemistry can be examined at the nano level.
• Applied Chemistry: Includes applied courses and industrial sub-category of chemistry.
• Pharmaceutical chemistry: Synthesis of the drug and study of the effects of the drug on the patient.
• Chemistry Education: Chemistry teaching methods are provided for students.
• Catalyst Chemistry: The purpose of this course is to train specialists in the implementation of research projects required by industries and it also provides training and research in areas related to catalysts.
• Phytochemistry (herbal chemistry) includes the study of the properties of herbal medicines.
• Polymer chemistry: involves the large-scale manufacturing methods of molecules and polymers.
• Ocean chemistry: Discussions on the chemistry of water, mines, oil and gas, transboundary chemistry, polluting chemistry and many other important matters at sea are conducted in this orientation.
• Chemistry and essential oil technology: it includes extraction, purification and synthesis of essential oils.
• Propulsion chemistry: includes the study of piston, turbine and missile engines.
This group started its activities in 2007 by accepting students in the field of Applied Chemistry for the undergraduate level. And after less than 4 years and the promotion of Malayer University, this department was able to find a suitable status by obtaining a license in the field of Physical chemistry for the master's degree. Currently, it has 190 students studying for a bachelor's degree in Applied Chemistry and 41 students studying for a master's degree in Physical Chemistry. So far, 398 students have graduated from the university. The department has 8 full-time faculty members (3 associate professors and 5 assistant professors).