Chemistry that we know. Chemistry has five sublevels that

Chemistry is a science that conducts with the composition, structure, and properties of substances and the change that they experience. Chemistry is often mentioned as the “central science”. Chemistry will look at the way that matter reconstructs to establish the universe that we know. Chemistry has five sublevels that deal with the different aspects of this study. These sublevels are analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, and biochemistry. 
Analytical chemistry is a considerable branch of chemistry. It deals with the break down of chemicals in manmade and natural properties. It is not chained to any one chemical compound. The study of analytical chemistry investigates information about a compound’s make-up, discovering the chemicals that exist within the compound and the amount of each chemical present. It is used to solve problems and assure safety. Analytical chemists do a lot for their communities such as assure the safe condition of the drinking water, medicines, and food.  Analytical chemistry has changed a lot since Robert Bunsen invented the flame emissive spectrometer in 1805. Before his invention analytical chemistry was centralized on identifying 
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compounds and elements by researching their attributes. With advancing inventions, including the flame emissive spectrometer, analytical chemistry has become less difficult in trying to distinguish compositions within chemicals. 
Physical chemistry engages physics to the study of chemistry. It joins chemistry and physics to explain certain phenomena found in chemistry. One of the many disciplines in physical chemistry is thermodynamics. Thermodynamics is the study of the relationship among heat, work, and energy. Other disciplines include electrochemistry and quantum mechanics. Electrochemistry is the study how chemical reactions create electricity. Quantum mechanics happens when physical chemistry is applied to the chemical interaction between atoms and subatomic particles. Quantum mechanics involves intermolecular forces, progression of chemical reactions, and the conductivity of different materials. The borders of physical chemistry are undefined.
Organic chemistry is the study of compounds that contain the elements carbon and hydrogen. Because carbon is one of the main underlying structures of life, organic chemistry becomes a study surrounding life. It also focuses on the composition of structures in life forms to advance a greater understanding of what makes life and how it maintains to form and develop. Organic chemistry can also be used develop things such as medications, plastics, clothing, and insecticides. Organic chemistry is used in many careers, including dentists, veterinarians, physicians, pharmacists, chemical engineers, and many others. Right now, there are at least six million individual organic compounds that have been classified. Even though organic chemistry involves many compounds and it is complicated, it is necessary to our everyday life. 
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Inorganic chemistry is the study of only one or no carbon elements. It describes the synthesis, structure, and composition of inorganic compounds. Any substance that isn’t a hydrocarbon would be classified under inorganic. Some essential classes of inorganic compounds are oxides, sulfides, and carbonates. Three main types of inorganic chemistry are 
industrial inorganic chemistry, descriptive inorganic chemistry, and bioinorganic chemistry. Industrial inorganic chemistry oversees applied science such as the manufacture of fertilizers. Descriptive inorganic chemistry classifies compounds based on their properties. Bioinorganic chemistry studies metals surrounding biology. Careers surrounding inorganic chemistry are diverse and broad.  These can include creating microchips, mining, and working in government laboratories. 
Biochemistry is the study of chemical processes that take place inside living organisms. Biochemistry studies the reactions and the many chemical processes that happens in living things. It targets the chemistry side compared to the biological side. It also places an extended focus on what occurs at the molecular level. This branch surrounds what happens inside our bodies, including the physiology of cells, lipids, and fats. Biochemistry also focuses on how our body responds to an illness. Scientist working with biochemistry may perform experiments to help increase the understanding of how life operates, increasing our knowledge surrounding disease and health. Careers for biochemists may include jobs in hospitals, crime labs, and care centers. Biochemistry is growing most rapid in the fields of science, forensics, and technology.
We operate in a world of matter and chemistry is needed to understand the differing molecules and compounds encountered in life. Chemistry can be found all around us. We depend 
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on chemistry for many aspects of living, including the food we eat, the cleaning supplies we use, and the air we breathe. A lot of the changes seen in the world have to do with some part of chemistry. The understanding of the human body as well as many of the reactions found in the body all surround chemistry. Chemistry has helped make many advances to different medical fields, including many lifesaving breakthroughs and redesigning the way doctors treat their 
patients. Many jobs within communicates surround chemistry, including school teachers, doctors, and environment consultants.  Chemistry has revolutionized technology and the way we survive in the world today.