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Carmela358 views

Tell me about Food Technology

Hi, I am incoming first year food technology student. Can you tell me what's all about it. Is there any hard math computations? What are the job opportunities in this program? I want to study this program but I really hate math, I get too hard understanding problem-solving , solutions and any other like x,f(x) like that. I want some recommendations on how will I survive it, thank you in advance!

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Gracie312 views

What is organic chemistry ?

I want to know more About organic chemistry and how to prepare some of the organic compound with their structural formulas included. Thanks very much for your time

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Meridee569 views

What branch of Chemistry should I specialize in and what jobs are available for each?

I love Chemistry and I know I want to major in it, but I don't know what branch I want to go into specifically. I know there's analytical chemistry, biochemistry, organic chemistry, and inorganic chemistry. What kinds of jobs do each of these branches include and which branches will have the most job opportunities in the future? Thank you in advance!

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Should I take Honors Organic Chemistry and AP Chemistry together?

I will be going into 11th grade next year, and I'm interested in going into Pre-Med. Here is my schedule for next year: Hon. Pre-Calc w/ Trig AP US History AP English 3 Hon. French IV AP Chemistry String Orchestra (Gym) I have space for 1 elective, so I was wondering if it would be better to take Organic Chemistry next year or senior year... if not, I can take Hon. Anatomy and Physiology instead. Based on how much coursework / content there will be, do you have any advice or recommendations? I am planning on doing AP Chem + Org. Chem together and AP Biology + Anatomy/Physiology together. Any thoughts? Thank you! #high-school-student #chemistry #AP #Honors #organic-chemistry #courses #sophomore

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Hanan736 views

Any tips for organic chemistry?

I want to go into medicine, and I've heard that organic chemistry is a must, but it's also something that is extremely hard. Are there any tips for getting good grades in that class and making sure that I understand everything? #medicine #organic-chemistry

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Valerie939 views

Is Organic Chemistry really a nightmare?

I'm taking Organic Chemistry next year and I'm scared that it will take many hours of studying for me to understand the concepts. Is it really as bad as everyone makes it seem? #organic-chemistry #medicine #pharmacy

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Matt2841 views

What kind of products do chemical engineers design?

Considering going into chemical engineering, I'm interested in what I would actually do post graduation #engineering #mechanical-engineering #chemistry #chemical-engineering #chemicals #organic-chemistry #chemical-technicians

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Morgan1130 views

What's the hardest thing about being a biologist or chemist (or anything related to these careers)?

I have interest in becoming someone working in these career fields. #biology #chemistry #biochemistry #molecular-biology #chemical #chemicals #medicinal-chemistry #organic-chemistry

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Tahj1464 views

What careers could I pursue with a degree in chemistry or biochemistry?

I really like organic chemistry and I find molecular biology pretty interesting. I just want to know what my options would be if I were to get a degree in chemistry or biochemistry, and what those careers are like. I'm already thinking about being a research chemist or a chemical engineer or a forensic scientist. What else is there though? #chemistry #molecular-biology #organic-chemistry

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Peter2361 views

Are the prospects for chemistry truly as bad as people make them out to be?

Initially, I was really interested in majoring in chemistry/biochemistry (I realize the two are very different, but was leaning towards chemistry) this coming fall, but from what I've read online, chemists don't seem to have great job prospects. I've read of PhD students struggling to make over $50k a year, as well as the overall shortage of long-lasting (see: not temp) jobs in the field. Though chemistry interests me, I honestly don't want to find myself at a dead end with tons of student debt and no way to pay it off. Thanks :) #science #chemistry #biochemistry #job-market #organic-chemistry

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Ashley1286 views

What classes do you in college if you are looking to do botany.

I am asking because I am interested in that specific field which is botany. #chemical-engineering #science-phd #life-sciences #earth-science #chemicals #bio-chem #chemist #organic-chemistry

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David1306 views

If I had a B.Pharm degree, what would I do next if I wanted to do biochemical engineering/chemical engineering?

Okay, so basically I'm in my second year of the B.Pharm degree. I want to finish the degree. What would be my next step? In the end I want to do research in a direction that would incorporate biochemical engineering into my knowledge of medicines. To put it into perspective; I wouldn't mind studying another four to six years after having done the B.Pharm degree if I could then have a career as a research scientist in drug design, or something along those lines. #chemical-engineering #biochemistry #bioengineering #organic-chemistry #drug-development #drug-discovery

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