Difference between M.Sc. Organic Chemistry and M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry

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Chemistry is an enormous branch of Science that involves the study of composition of matter, their chemical properties and reactions. Chemistry has mainly two sub divisions. They are Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry. M.Sc. Organic Chemistry is concerned with the study of properties, manufacture and applications of Carbon containing compounds. However, M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry is all about the study of the remaining elements in the periodic table other than Carbon.

M.Sc. Organic Chemistry course and career opportunities

Graduates in Chemistry can pursue the Master’s program in Organic Chemistry. Through the course, aspirants may be able to study the different carbon compounds and their applications in the day-to-day life. Various Universities and institutes offer the different postgraduate courses in Organic Chemistry. On completion of the M.Sc. Organic Chemistry, aspirants can turn out to be Organic Chemists. These professionals usually synthesize antibiotics, sugars, biologically important peptides and so on. They also manufacture new materials including polymers and biocatalysts. Organic Chemists can seek out for employments in Government agencies or in private sector. Most of them, in their day-to-day affairs develop new products for industries, agricultural sector, research or pharmaceutical companies.

M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry course and career opportunities

The eligibility criterion to pursue the M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry program is a Bachelors’ Degree in Chemistry. It is the mainly concerned with the study of the non-hydrocarbon containing compounds, which includes acids and bases, salts, catalysts, superconductors and so on. As there are so many subdivisions in Inorganic Chemistry like Biogeochemistry, Cosmo chemistry and Bio Inorganic chemistry, aspirants can pursue the M.Sc. course in the respective fields. After completing the Masters’ course in Inorganic Chemistry, professionals can seek out for career in medical institutes, forensic laboratories, health care, pharmaceutical companies and so on. Those who have flair in coaching can work as lecturers in colleges or institutes.

Key differentiators between M.Sc. Organic Chemistry and M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry

  • M.Sc. Organic Chemistry deals with the study of Carbon compounds whereas M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry is concerned with the study of non-carbon compounds.
  • The former is concerned with hydrocarbon containing compounds whereas the latter deals with the non-hydro carbon compounds.

Although both M.Sc. Organic Chemistry and M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry are sub divisions of Chemistry, both are entirely different areas of study and practice.

 
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15 Responses to “Difference between M.Sc. Organic Chemistry and M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry”

  1. 15
    Asishlal Dey:

    Respected sir,
    i want to addmision m.sc in organic chemistry then whats entrance exam are needed & whats qualification are needed please sir told me .

  2. 14
    balinder:

    Which is best m.sc organic or inorganic
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  3. 13
    Sweta:

    i have cmpltd m.sc organic chemistry in 2012 at 75% working as research chemist ,can u tell me the more opportunities for me with good salary

  4. 12
    srikanth:

    i have cmpltd m.sc organic chemistry in 2011 at 68% working as research chemist ,can u tell me the more opportunities for me with good salary

  5. 11
    priya:

    what are the oppartunities for msc ionorganic chemistry student in research field

  6. 10
    ravindra:

    SIRwhich are the best colleges of organic chemistry in karnataka

  7. 9
    Ram naresh kashyap:

    which are best college for Msc in chemistry in chhattisgarh in ignou.

  8. 8
    Rama Mohan M:

    Dear sirs,

    Can I have the study material online for MSc with chemistry. Now I am going to apply for the same through Nagarjuna University. If you solve this I will be more thankful to you.

    thanks in advance

    Rama Mohan M

  9. 7
    ashok:

    iam studying msc chemistry i have more doubts what is the reaction mechanism i have one idea weuse the small water and produes more pantalu

  10. 6
    anita chauhan:

    which are the best college for M.SC. IN CHEMISTRY IN RAJASTHAN ( JAIPUR)

  11. 5
    atiya:

    which are the good colleges for m.sc in chemistry in karnataka.(belgaum)

  12. 4
    mohini chaudhari:

    myself mohini.for learning bsc chemistry collage is important or not for jobview

  13. 3
    rambabu:

    Dear sir,

    i am rambabu i was completed M.Sc Organic chemistry in 2009 in osmania university hyderabad ,

    i am also qulified CSIR-UGC NET IN 2009 DECEMBER ,

    I AM SEARCHING FOR guide and also job

  14. 2
    kumari:

    Dear sir,

    i am kumari i am pepare the M.sc chemistry ENTRANCE EXAMINATION PLS SEND THE MODEL PAPERS.

    Regrads,

    N.kumari

  15. 1
    Gaurihar:

    hi..
    i wan to give entrance for Msc chemistry in pune uni. but i am not sure for the syllabus ,,plz tell me the syllabus for the best preparationn of entrance test
    thanx