Started 10th Aug, 2023

Advanced Fields of Chemistry

I am a 3rd year undergraduate student and want to do my specialisation, which is the more advanced field of chemistry. Please guide me.

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Yuri Mirgorod
Southwest State University (Russia)
The advanced field of chemistry is the chemistry and physics of new materials. In it, I highlight for you the quantum water materials that I discovered and work with.
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Shiv Govind Prasad
Uttar Pradesh Textile Technology Institute
First you complete your graduation degree, and then do master degree in chemistry. During the course of master degree, you have learn so many things about the fields of chemistry and your interest will decide your choice. Then you will be able to think on the advances of chemistry.
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Alwielland Q. Bello
Bukidnon State University
You might consider natural products development project.
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