Analytical Chemistry

The goal of analytical chemistry is determining chemical compositions, properties and identities of different substances and products. Read on to find out more about this field of chemistry, as well as relevant education and career options.

Inside Analytical Chemistry

Analytical chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with the analysis of the chemical composition of different substances. Analytical chemists utilize various experimental techniques and instrumentation to separate different chemical species, determine their concentrations and define their molecular formulas.

Education Options

You can study chemistry through a number of degree programs. A bachelor's degree in chemistry or a master's degree in analytical chemistry is generally sufficient for entry-level positions in the field. A Ph.D. opens up career opportunities as a senior scientist, researcher, or college instructor.

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