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    What are the differences between Applied Chemistry and Normal Chemistry?

    Sir../Mam..

    What are the differences between Applied Chemistry and Normal Chemistry?





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    Re: What are the differences between Applied Chemistry and Normal Chemistry?

    Sir,
    I'm interested in industrial field,I already did my bsc in chemistry,now looking for msc corresponding course,bt in corresponding only 2 subjects are available one s applied chemistry and general chemistry,which one I choose for my better future




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    Re: What are the differences between Applied Chemistry and Normal Chemistry?

    hello friend

    the term applied chemistry stands for technical degree in chemistrey department,

    in this department all the practicals are done to get the knowledge practically.

    but the term normal chemistry means simple chemistry whcih everyone reads in in his course.

    for more details please ask with your teachers..

    hope it helps you,
    thanks

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    Re: What are the differences between Applied Chemistry and Normal Chemistry?

    Well normal chemistry is a branch of physical science.It is the study of composition,properties and behaviour of atoms. It is concerned with atoms and their interaction with other atoms.Though it is a branch of physical science it is distinct from physcis.



    While Applied Chemistry is the application of the theories and principles of chemistry in practical purpose.

    Example of the Applied chemistry is the application of band aids

    If you want to say in simple word it is nothing but the application of the chemistry in our day today life


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    can I take part in UGC NET after complete ing my PG on applied chemistry?

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