The science of chemistry deals with the composition, structure, properties and transformation of substances. Important aspects are the representation and characterization of substances as well as the physical laws that the transformations of substances obey. Chemistry thus provides, among other things, the basis for the production of new substances and materials for use in medicine, energy storage, agriculture or in the household and for the development of new analytical processes in diagnostics, environmental protection and quality assurance.
The three main areas of chemistry are inorganic chemistry (compounds of the elements: representation, properties, bond situation), organic chemistry (compounds with a carbon structure, including biomacromolecules) and physical chemistry (application of physical methods to investigate substances and the transformation of substances). A sharp separation is neither possible nor useful. The experiment is the most important means of gaining knowledge in inductive natural sciences. Therefore, imparting solid technical skills in the chemical laboratory is an essential part of university chemistry training.
HZB (e.g. Abitur)
German language skills (language level GeR C1)
Research and development, production, application technology, customer service and marketing in the chemical industry as well as in medium-sized chemical companies and chemical-related companies; in the public service (e.g. monitoring of soil, water and air quality in environmental agencies; forensics); external or internal quality control of food and materials; Activity as an appraiser and expert in the case of freelance work; Libraries, documentation and patents; Scientific activity at universities, colleges, technical colleges and non-university research institutions.
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