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Browse through the list of Canadian Inorganic Chemistry bachelor, masters, and doctorate courses, programs and degrees offered by universities in Canada.

What is Inorganic Chemistry?

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This includes all compounds except those containing carbon-hydrogen bonds, which is covered by organic chemistry.

Organometallic chemistry is the study of chemical compounds containing bonds between carbon and a metal, so it falls within both organic and inorganic chemistry.


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Study and Work in Inorganic Chemistry in Canada

Inorganic Chemistry Admission Requirements
The prequisites required to become accepted in an undergraduate program in Inorganic Chemistry.


Graduate Inorganic Chemistry Admission Requirements
The prequisites required to become accepted in an graduate and/or postgraduate PhD program in Inorganic Chemistry.


What Inorganic Chemistry Students Learn
Topics and concepts that are covered and the overall approach or focus taken in studying Inorganic Chemistry.


Research in Inorganic Chemistry
Research areas, topics, interests projects in Inorganic Chemistry.


Career and Employment Opportunities in Inorganic Chemistry
Professions or occupations available to graduates in Inorganic Chemistry and links to employment resources.




About Inorganic Chemistry


Inorganic chemistry is a subfield of chemistry, and is related to materials science.


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