Branches of Chemistry?

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The main branches of chemistry are: analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, biochemistry and nuclear chemistry. These are known as the main branches since they can be broken down further into smaller branches. Chemistry is the science of matter.
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Chemistry is the branch that studies the chemical change by which matter is converted from one from to another and the energy that is either released or absorbed during the process.
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Organic chemistry is broken up into: ketones, aldehydes, hydrocarbons (alkenes, alkanes, alkynes), and alcohols.
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I would say it's analytical chemistry. It can be applied to both organic and inorganic reactions.
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Chemistry is the science of matter, its chemical reactions, composition, structure and properties. It is often called the "central science" because it connects physics with other natural sciences like geology and biology.
Chemistry Facts:
There are quite a number of branches of chemistry. Some of these branches include organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, cluster chemistry, electrochemistry and environmental chemistry among others.
There are more branches of chemistry than one could possibly list. Just a few examples would be Marine Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Astro Chemistry, and many many more.
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